Creo Parametric 4.0 Black Book (Colored)

Creo Parametric 4.0 Black Book (Colored)

by Gaurav Verma, Matt Weber

Paperback(2nd ed.)

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Overview

The Creo Parametric 4.0 Black Book is the second edition of our series on Creo Parametric. With lots of additions and thorough review, we present a book to help professionals as well as learners in creating some of the most complex solid models. The book follows a step by step methodology. In this book, we have tried to give real-world examples with real challenges in designing. We have tried to reduce the gap between university use of Creo Parametric and industrial use of Creo Parametric. In this edition of book, we have included many new features of Creo Parametric like 3D printing, MBD (Model Based Definition), Family tables, Mechanism Design, 3D PDFs, and so on. There are about 60 topics newly added in this book which were not in the previous edition. The book covers almost all the information required by a learner to master Creo Parametric. The book starts with sketching and ends at advanced topics like Sheetmetal, Surface Design, 3D Printing and MBD. Some of the salient features of this book are :




In-Depth explanation of concepts

Every new topic of this book starts with the explanation of the basic concepts. In this way, the user becomes capable of relating the things with real world.




Topics Covered

Every chapter starts with a list of topics being covered in that chapter. In this way, the user can easy find the topic of his/her interest easily.


Instruction through illustration

The instructions to perform any action are provided by maximum number of illustrations so that the user can perform the actions discussed in the book easily and effectively. There are about 1200 small and large illustrations that make the learning process effective.




Tutorial point of view

At the end of concept’s explanation, the tutorial make the understanding of users firm and long lasting. Almost each chapter of the book has tutorials that are real world projects. Moreover most of the tools in this book are discussed in the form of tutorials.




Project

Free projects and exercises are provided to students for practicing.




For Faculty

If you are a faculty member, then you can ask for video tutorials on any of the topic, exercise, tutorial, or concept.


New Addition

If anything is added in this edition but is not available in the previous editions, then it is displayed with New symbol in table of content.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781988722030
Publisher: Gaurav Verma
Publication date: 02/14/2017
Edition description: 2nd ed.
Pages: 590
Sales rank: 1,002,088
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.60(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Starting with Creo Parametric

Installing Creo Parametric

Starting Creo Parametric

Creo Parametric Interface

Chapter 2 Sketching

Starting Sketching Environment

Setting Up Grid

Sketching Tools

Dimension Tools

Geometric Constraints

Editing Tools

Chapter 3 Advanced Sketching and Practical

Inspect Options

Applying Relations to Dimensions

Importing Sketches in Current Sketch

Practical

Practice

Chapter 4 3D Modeling Basics

Starting Part mode

Planes in 3D

Datums

Creating Sketches on Planes

Extrude

Importing Sketches

Revolve

Sweep

Helical Sweep

Blend

Rotational Blend Swept Blend

Chapter 5 3D Modeling Practical and Practice

About Drawings

Component representation methods

Practical

Practice

Chapter 6 3D Modeling Advanced

Engineering Features

Editing tools

Chapter 7 3D Modeling Advanced Practical and Practice

Practical

Practice

Chapter 8 3D Modeling Advanced-II

Datum Reference

Datum Graph

User-Defined Feature

Scaling Model

Family Table

Importing Part/Assembly

Merge/Inheritance

Rendering

Chapter 9 Assembly and Practical

Starting Assembly environment & Inserting Base component in Assembly

Constraints in Relationship Type drop-down

Constraints in Mechanism

Connections drop-down

Exploded View

View Manager and its Role

Appearance

Practical

Practice

Chapter 10 Advanced Assembly and Introduction to Mechanism

Bottom-Up Assembly Approach

Mechanism Design

Applying Gear Relations

Applying Cam-Follower Relation

Applying 3D Contact Relation

Applying Belt Relation

Servo Motors

Apply Force Motors

Applying Springs

Specifying Mass Properties

Defining Gravity

Defining Initial Conditions

Defining Termination Conditions

Performing Mechanism Analysis

Chapter 11 Sheetmetal Design

Starting Sheetmetal Design

Extrude for Sheetmetal

Twist

Flat tool

Flange Tool

Planar Tool

Bending Tools

Unbend

Bend Back

Solid to Sheetmetal

Rip Tools

Corner Relief

Forming Tool

Die Form Tool

Flat Pattern

Flexible Modeling for Sheetmetal

Practice

Chapter 12 Surface Design

Extruded surface

Other Solid Modeling tools for Surfacing

Boundary Blend

Fill

Trimming Surfaces

Merging Surfaces

Offsetting Surfaces

Thicken

Solidify

Editing surfaces using control points

Vertex Round

Practical

Practice

Chapter 13 Drawing

Starting Drawing

Inserting Drawing Sheets

Adding Model to the Drawing

Placing the First View (Base View)

Projection View

Auxiliary View

Revolved View

Creating Section Views

Annotations

Geometric Tolerance

Surface Finish Symbol

Notes & Modifying Dimension Style

Creating Tables and Bill of Materials (BOM)

Generating Balloons

Practice


Chapter 14 Model Based Definition (MBD) and 3D Printing

Annotation Planes

Show Annotations

Combination States

GD&T Advisor and 3D PDF Creation

3D Printing

Part Preparation for 3D Printing

Customer Reviews