Delaunay triangulation, Stochastic lattices and Additive Manufacturing in Creo

PTC introduced Stochastic lattices (random lattices) in Creo Parametric 6.0.  This first implementation of the stochastic lattices used Voronoi diagram algorithm. Voronoi is a common algorithm when you want a lattice to conform to bionic shapes. However, starting with Creo Parametric 7.0.0.0, Delaunay triangulation was introduced. The Delaunay triangulation generates a set of triangles to use... Continue Reading →

Did you know that Mirror tool in Creo Sketcher is enhanced?

Starting with Creo 7.0 release, Mirror tool in Sketcher has been made easier. To mirror, select the sketched entities to mirror and select reference. Allowed entities for mirror reference are horizontal and vertical sketch reference lines, and other straight geometric entities, such as model edges, projected geometry, curves, standard and construction sketched lines and center lines.... Continue Reading →

Did you know that you can exchange Multibody Parts in Creo model easily?

Starting with Creo 7.0, Multibody definition is maintained during data exchange. This helps preserve design intent during an Import/Export operation. The multibody definition is maintained in both exported and imported Creo Parametric 7.0 geometry. Export operation Multibody models in Creo Parametric preserve multibody definitionBody characteristics, such as body name and body appearances, are transferredConstruction bodies for each exported profile... Continue Reading →

How to align Ordinate dimensions with a baseline in Creo?

Starting with Creo 7.0, there's better control over the placement of ordinate dimensions that are created in models and drawings. Prior to this Creo 7.0 release, when creating ordinate dimensions per ANSI standards, these dimensions would get placed when they are aligned with the baseline. However, this can now be controlled using "default_ansi_ord_dim_aligned" config option.... Continue Reading →

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