How to assemble components to a Dimension Pattern in Creo?

Using dimension-driven patterns help specify multiple occurrences of a component in an assembly. The dimension-driven pattern uses assembly constraint dimensions such as Distance or Angle Offset offset values. The rules for creating a dimension-driven pattern are the same as those for feature patterning in Part mode. Example below - A component assembled with a distance constraint is patterned using... Continue Reading →

How to edit existing Creo Pattern Tables?

Mark Ganzer from Toro in his presentation talks about editing existing pattern tables. See the picture below Pattern tables allow you to create complicated or irregular patterns of features or groups by letting you specify unique dimensions for each instance in the pattern through an editable table. Multiple tables can be established for a pattern,... Continue Reading →

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