In this course you will learn you will be learn the followings:
Introduced to user interface enhancements such as the mini toolbar and the new geometry selection filter. Along with examining the Part Modeling enhancements to features such as negative depth, extrude features with offset depth, and new midplane datum plane type.
About the new Sketcher enhancements, including the clipping the model, customizing line thickness, the new constraint appearance, and using sketch references. And will investigate the new Assembly capabilities such as automatic representations, mirror symmetry, and assigning materials. Examine the new Datum Feature Symbol, Datum Target, Geometric Tolerance, and Driven Dimension functionality and workflows for 2-D drawings and review various detailing enhancements is also an add-on.
The new Freestyle surfacing enhancements including using multiple objects, importing OBJ files, and using N-Gon faces, as well as new Style enhancements such as G3 connections, creating periodic and nonperiodic closed curves and drop curves. As an added benefit you will learn to use the updated tools in Sheetmetal modes such as Twist Walls, Edge Bend Relief, and Close Corner edge treatment, as well as the enhancement for utilizing dependency control with a punch and die forms.
Finally, you will investigate the new Assembly capabilities such as the built-in hardware library and the Intelligent Fastener extension, as well as enhanced Assembly functionality such as heterogeneous (multi-CAD) assembly and the Design Exploration extension. At the end of each module, you will complete a skills assessment. The questions are used to help reinforce your understanding of the module topics and form the basis for review of any topics, if necessary. This course has been developed using Creo Parametric 7.0