Creo SheetMetal

Description

Creo Sheet Metal allows flexibility in design. Changes are made and updated parametrically throughout the entire design process. This comprehensive suite of Creo sheet metal design tools helps users create features such as walls, bends, punches, notches, forms, and relief features. Using a variety of Y and K factor bend allowance calculations, designers can create flat patterns of the designs. The result is parametric, fully-associative solid models of sheet metal parts and assemblies. Students have the option to customize this course to fit project requirements.? Seasoned sheet metal users should consider our Advanced SheetMetal intensive for a more enhanced experience.

Creo 6.0 sheetmetal model

Topics

  • Basics of Creo Sheetmetal
  • Discuss designing sheet metal parts?
  • Bends, Extruded and Swept walls
  • Reliefs, no Relief, Stretch, Rip, Rect, Obround
  • Rips & Hems
  • Bend, Unbend, and Bend-back
  • Form features and making drawings with flattened geometries
  • Y & K Factor

Duration & Cost

16 hours = $1650/person

For corporates, please call (312)226-8339

Prerequisites

400 hours minimum experience with Creo and a willingness to learn

Projects

  • Layout and develop Aluminum bracket then add a Flat State instance
  • Build another bracket with bends and extruded walls with a variety of challenges
  • Model dust cover for back of computer using stamp and form features
  • Create multiple parts that lock together in a sheet metal computer power supply
  • Convert an enclosure to sheet metal from a solid geometry
  • Several brackets, deep drawn form, and combination
  • Curriculum can be combined with Creo Surfacing tools for automobile sheet metal functions or for smaller battery contacts to mating components such as sheet metal boxes to house a computer power supply
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Creo Sheetmetal pivot Bracket

Discussion

  • Discuss differences between Creo thin features and Creo Sheet Metal
  • Flatten out the part to visualize design and manufacturing needs
  • Make Drawings of the sheet metal part, incorporating Dimensions, Bend Order tables, Flat Patterns and fully-designed parts
  • Discuss order of feature creation
  • Discuss a wide variety of convert tools
  • Discuss why rips are important with respect to stretching
  • Discuss warn out tooling and how to compensate using Bend Tables
  • Creo IGES & STEP imports and converting those files into a Sheet Metal part in order to flatten
  • Manage the flattened state
  • Discuss modeling techniques such as starting out with non-sheet metal models and converting to sheet metal later to take advantage of shell features
  • Flexible modeling with respect to Sheet Metal

Video Training Delivery System

Ask your Design Engine account manager about our Training Delivery System(TDS), an easy-to-follow guide for designers and engineers who want a supplement to this course.?