Tutorials

Proper Method to Produce Lobster-back Duct Bends

3 1 Beginner
One type of industrial component I have been involved with the design and manufacture of is lobster-back bends. This type of duct bend is made up of segments cut from flat sheets or plates, rolled into cylindrical parts, then assembled. These can be light sheet-metal or manufactured from thick plate. This quick tutorial is a supplement to the one I produced an outline of a method I have used modeling this type of component using Alibre Design. As this supplement concerns producing parts ready for manufacture and applies to whatever software you have used, that is not important as this short tutorial is to outline turning your modeled bend into the flat profile ready to be made into the completed bend. In this modern world, the bend parts will be cut out using CNC laser, or CNC Plasma cutting machines. Sometimes we produce the nc programs ourselves or we are required to produce the correct files for the laser / plasma department to program and cut out. Making the program to cut out the parts starts normally from a 2D dxf file at a scale of 1 : 1. This is the first part of the process that has to be correct. If you produce this dxf incorrectly the finished parts will be useless. Producing this at the right scale, 1 : 1 is different with different 3D cad applications, other problems can be caused by you working in different drawing units. If you are not doing the program, talk to the person who is to make sure you produce the dxf as required. Having a large quantity of wrongly cut parts is not a good thing

#11 Creo Sketch Tutorial- Inspect Tools In Creo

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How to Create Full Unfold Cross Section

2 0 Beginner
In this video, you can see the logic or explanation - How Xsec Full(Aligned) and Full(Unfold) works - you need to select Axis for this type of section or not.

CAD I CAM I CAE I BIM Tutorial

2 1 Beginner
Welcome to SS e Academy.com Now Tutorial Creo Parametric 5.0 You have more learn CAD I CAM I CAE I BIM Software Tutorial In www.SSeAcademy.com

How to display different assembly positions on a drawing

2 0 Beginner
Do you have a mechanism and you need to show 2 and more positions on the drawing?

How to create cross sections

1 0 Beginner
In this tutorial, you can learn How to create cross sections - full and local

Having the problem when show annotation model used in the drawing

1 0 Beginner
"Having the problem when show annotation model used in the drawing"

How to create BOM table from the scratch

1 0 Beginner
A few simple steps and you ill know all about Repeat region in Creo - you will know How to manage BOM and BOM positions

Flat Pattern of Sheet Metal Component in Creo Drawings

0 0 Intermediate
It is somewhat tricky as how to add flat pattern of Sheet Metal Component in Creo Drawings. Check out this video :)

How to show model dimensions in the drawing

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n this tutorial, you can learn How to reuse created dimensions from a model into a drawing.

Model-based definition (MBD) and GTOL with Creo 5.0

0 0 Beginner
In this tutorial, you can learn How to create GTOL (geometric tolerances) and dimensions based on Model-based definition (MBD) with Creo Parametric 5.0

How to use Arc tool in creo|Rho|Creo Tutorial form Basic for Beginner|in Hindi|DesignWale GuruG

0 0 Beginner
In this video we can discuss about the arc tool and its type in creo. Rho mean in creo. Rho value are less then to 0.5 at that condition this shape are Ellipse. Rho value are Equal to 0.5 at that condition this shape are Parabola. Rho value are greater then to 0.5 at that condition this shape are Hyperbola.

How to use Spline tool in Creo | Creo Tutorial form Basic for Beginner | in Hindi | DesignWale GuruG

0 0 Beginner
In this video we can discuss about the spline tool in creo. spline tool are basically use for the irregular shape .

LAYER FOR DRAWINGS

0 0 Intermediate
In the large Assembly, when you need to simplify your drawing view, the layer technique is the best option to deal with component visibility. Find out more in the below video. If you find it useful, Hit "Like" and share with your colleagues and friends. I will look forward for your comments, Thanks. https://youtu.be/-TciwB_hhjc