PTC Creo Parametric 9.0

Courses Offered

  • DMT 65B: Creo Parametric 9.0 - Basic Design
  • DMT 66B: Creo Parametric 9.0 - Intermediate class (once a year in Winter)
  • DMT 67B: Creo Parametric 9.0 - Advanced class (once a year starting April)
  • DMT 68B: Creo Parametric 9.0 - Surface class (once a year in Fall )

Here's What You Can Learn 

DMT 65B: PTC Creo Parametric (Introduction)

Course objectives

  • Describe specific CAD software and hardware requirements
  • Explain system usage, desktop features, and folder creation and manipulation
  • Define fundamental understanding of Creo core concepts
  • Create drawings from assemblies and part models
  • Interpret the use of sketching tool
  • Apply extrude, revolve and rib tools
  • Construct assemblies with constraints

The class is intended for students that have no previous experience with 3D modeling applications, but it’s also a great introductory course for students that have previous 3D modeling experience with other CAD applications.

DMT 66B: PTC Creo Parametric (Intermediate)

Course objectives

  • Create assemblies of 3D components using constraints
  • Learn the fundimentals of Sheet Metal design
  • Construct exploded assemblies from assembled components
  • Construct and alter drawing formats, title blocks, and views
  • Derive 2D details from 3D solid models
  • Establish a variety of views types including section and auxiliary views on a drawing
  • Generate assembly drawings and produce bill of materials and title block tables
  • Produce drawings with exploded views
  • Create augmented reality experience of parts and assemblies 
  • Demonstrate model based definition process to create 3-D drawings

DMT 67B: PTC Creo Parametric (Advanced)

Course objectives

  • Learn the advanced menu structure and graphical user interface used within Creo Parametric
  • Achieve competency in creation of advanced sketches
  • Apply blends and sweeps to sketches geometry
  • Learn advanced techniques for creating “Pattern Features"
  • Learn advanced techniques for creating “User Defined Features”
  • Create and modify advanced rounds on solid parts
  • Create and modify parametric relations in solid assembly parts
  • Create and modify advanced Engineering Drawings (derived from Solid Models and Assemblies).

DMT 68B: PTC Creo Parametric (Surface & ISDX) 

Course objectives

  • Create surfaces for product development
  • Manipulate surface geometry
  • Apply surface construction geometry commands
  • Extract and understand surface information
  • Extract and replace model faces using surface geometry
  • Derive surfaces from boundary curves
  • Demonstrate variable section sweeps
  • Import and utilize external geometry
  • Combine parametric controls with free-form surfacing
  • Apply analysis tools to build high quality surface
  • Apply master modeling techniques to build surfaces

Case Study

De Anza College was featured in a case study, "Preparing Students for Future Careers in Tech Hub," by the company that makes Creo and other CAD software.

PTC Creo Videos

Hardware and Software Notes

Need Help With CAD Projects?

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