Creo (Pro/E) Training

Creo (Pro/E) Training Institute in Indore

Creo, formerly known as Pro/Engineering (Pro/E), is a suite of CAD Computer-Aided Design) apps and is developed by the PTC. Creo runs only on Microsoft Windows and provides apps for various functionings like; 2D orthographic viewings, 3D CAD solid modelling, technical illustrations, 3D direct modelling, finite element simulation and analysis, schematic design, and visualization. Creo is majorly used by the organizations that use platform-driven product strategy, and thus companies always seek for the talented candidates having knowledge and professional skills of Creo.

IICE is the institute that provides proficient programs and courses for Creo training in Indore. This will ensure that the candidates gain all the credentials and designing skills that are required for developing a career at the highest level. Our Creo training institute in Indore offers certificate training along with job placement assistance. IICE have the most experienced and highly-skilled team of faculties that utilizes modern tools and the latest technologies for teaching.

Our Creo training in Indore is based on the specialized coursework designed by the industry experts. Some of the major highlights of our Creo course content are; introduction to Creo, Datums, assembly modelling, option aiding construction of parts, working with sheet metal components, regenerating a section, redefining the views, variable section sweep, creating full rounds, placing a base component, and much more. To get complete information about the Creo course syllabus or regarding the course enrolment at IICE, contact us now.

Creo (Pro/E) - Course Content

Introduction to Creo Paramateric

  • Introduction to Creo Parametric
  • Feature-Based Nature
  • Bidirectional Associative Property
  • Parametric Nature
  • System Requirements
  • Getting Started with Creo Parametric
  • Important Terms and Definitions
  • File Menu Options
  • Managing Files
  • Menu Manager
  • Model Tree
  • Understanding the Functions of the Mouse Buttons
  • Ribbon
  • Toolbars
  • Navigator
  • Creo Parametric Browser
  • Appearance Gallery
  • Rendering in Creo Parametric
  • Color Scheme Used in this Book

Creating Sketches in the Sketch Mode-I

  • The Sketch Mode
  • Working with the Sketch Mode
  • Invoking the Sketch Mode
  • The Sketcher Environment
  • Working with a Sketch in the Sketch Mode
  • Drawing a Sketch Using tools available in the Sketch Tab
  • Placing a Point
  • Drawing a Line & Centreline
  • Drawing a Geometry Centreline
  • Drawing a Rectangle
  • Drawing an Arc & Circle
  • Drawing an Ellipse
  • Dimensioning the Sketch
  • Converting a Weak Dimension into a Strong Dimension
  • Dimensioning a Sketch Using the Normal Tool
  • Dimensioning the Basic Sketched Entities


  • Linear Dimensioning of a Line
  • Angular Dimensioning of an Arc
  • Diameter Dimensioning
  • Radial Dimensioning
  • Dimensioning Revolved Sections
  • Working with Constraints
  • Types of Constraints
  • Disabling Constraints
  • Modifying the Dimensions of a Sketch
  • Using the Modify Button
  • Modifying a Dimension by Double-Clicking on it
  • Modifying Dimensions Dynamically
  • Resolve Sketch Dialog Box
  • Deleting the Sketched Entities
  • Trimming the Sketched Entities
  • Mirroring the Sketched Entities
  • Inserting Standard/User-Defined Sketches
  • Drawing Display Options

Creating Sketches in the Sketch Mode-II

  • Dimensioning the Sketch
  • Dimensioning a Sketch Using the Baseline Tool
  • Replacing the Dimensions of a Sketch Using the Replace Tool
  • Creating Fillets
  • Creating Circular Fillets
  • Creating Elliptical Fillets
  • Creating a Reference Coordinate System
  • Working with Splines
  • Creating a Spline
  • Dimensioning of Splines
  • Modifying a Spline
  • Writing Text in the Sketcher Environment
  • Rotating and Resizing Entities


  • Importing 2D Drawings in the Sketch Mode

Creating Base Features

  • Creating Base Features
  • Invoking the Part Mode
  • The Default Datum Planes
  • Creating a Protrusion
  • Extruding a Sketch
  • Revolving a Sketch
  • Understanding the Orientation of Datum Planes
  • Parent-Child Relationship
  • Implicit & Explicit Relationship
  • Nesting of Sketches

Datums

  • Datums
  • Default Datum Planes
  • Need for Datums in Modeling
  • Selection Method in Creo Parametric
  • Datum Options
  • Datum Planes
  • Creating Datum Planes
  • Datum Planes Created On-The-Fly
  • Datum Axes
  • Datum Points
  • Creating Cuts
  • Removing Material by Using the Extrude Tool
  • Removing Material by Using the Revolve Tool

Options Aiding Construction of Parts-I

  • Options Aiding Construction of Parts
  • Creating Holes
  • The Hole Dashboard
  • Important Points to Remember While Creating a Hole
  • Creating Rounds
  • Creating Basic Rounds
  • Creating a Variable Radius Round
  • Points to Remember While Creating Rounds
  • Creating Chamfers
  • Corner Chamfer
  • Edge Chamfer
  • Understanding Ribs


  • Creating Trajectory Ribs
  • Creating Profile Ribs
  • Editing Features of a Model
  • Editing Definition or Redefining Features
  • Reordering Features
  • Rerouting Features
  • Suppressing Features
  • Deleting Features
  • Modifying Features

Options Aiding Construction of Parts-II

  • Introduction
  • Creating Feature Patterns


  • Uses of patterns
  • Creating Patterns
  • Deleting a Pattern
  • Copying Features
  • New Refs
  • Same Refs
  • Mirror
  • Move
  • Select
  • Mirroring a Geometry
  • Creating a Section of a Solid Model
  • Work Region Method

Advanced Modeling Tools-I

  • Other Protrusion Options
  • Sweep Features
  • Creating Sweep Protrusions
  • Aligning a Sketched Trajectory to an Existing Geometry
  • Creating a Thin Sweep Protrusion
  • Creating a Sweep Cut
  • Blend Features
  • Parallel Blend
  • Rotational Blend
  • General Blend
  • Using Blend Vertex
  • Shell Feature
  • Creating a Constant Thickness Shell


  • Creating a Variable Thickness Shell
  • Datum Curves
  • Creating a Datum Curve by Using the Curve Button
  • Creating a Datum Curve by Sketching
  • Creating a Curve by Using the Intersect Option
  • Creating a Curve by Using the Project Option
  • Creating a Curve by Using Wrap Option
  • Creating Draft Features

Advanced Modeling Tools-II

  • Advanced Feature Creation Tools
  • Swept Blend


  • Variable Section Sweep Using Sweep Option
  • Helical Sweep
  • Blend Section to Surfaces
  • Blend Between Surfaces
  • Advanced Modeling Tools
  • Toroidal Bend
  • Spinal Bend
  • Warp
  • Transform Tool
  • Warp Tool
  • Spine Tool
  • Stretch Tool
  • Bend Tool

Assembly Modeling

  • Assembly Modeling
  • Important Terms Related to the Assembly Mode
  • Top-down Approach
  • Bottom-up Approach
  • Placement Constraints
  • Package
  • Creating Top-down Assemblies
  • Creating Components in the Assembly Mode
  • Creating Bottom-up Assemblies
  • Inserting Components in an Assembly
  • Assembling Components


  • Displaying Components in a Separate Window
  • Displaying Components in the Same Window
  • 3D Dragger
  • Applying Constraints
  • Status Area
  • Placement Tab
  • Move Tab
  • Packaging Components
  • Creating Simplified Representations
  • Redefining the Components of an Assembly


  • Reordering Components
  • Suppressing/Resuming Components, Replacing
  • Assembling Repeated Copies of a Component
  • Redefining a Feature of a Component
  • Creating the Exploded State
  • References Tab Offset Tab
  • Explode Line Tab
  • The Bill of Materials
  • Global Interference
  • Pairs Clearance

Generating, Editing, and Modifying the Drawing Views

  • The Drawing Mode
  • Generating Drawing Views
  • Generating the General View
  • Generating the Projection View
  • Generating the Detailed View
  • Generating the Auxiliary View
  • Generating the Revolved Section View
  • Generating the Copy and Align View


  • Generating the 3D Cross-Section View
  • Editing the Drawing Views
  • Moving the Drawing View
  • Erasing the Drawing View
  • Deleting the Drawing View
  • Adding New Parts or Assemblies to the Current Drawing
  • Modifying the Drawing Views
  • Changing the View Type


  • Changing the View Scale
  • Reorienting the Views
  • Modifying the Cross-sections
  • Modifying Boundaries of Views
  • Adding or Removing the Cross-section Arrows
  • Modifying the Perspective Views
  • Modifying Other Parameters
  • Editing the Cross-section Hatching

Dimensioning the Drawing Views

  • Creating a Variable Section Sweep Surface Using the Sweep Tool
  • Creating Surfaces the Using the Style Environment of Creo Parametric
  • Style Dashboard
  • Surface Editing Tools
  • Mirroring the Surfaces
  • Merging the Surfaces
  • Trimming the Surfaces
  • Creating the Fill Surfaces
  • Creating the Intersect Curves
  • Creating the Offset Surfaces
  • Adding Thickness to a Surface


  • Converting a Surface into a Solid
  • Creating a Round at the Vertex of a Surface
  • Freestyle modelling environment
  • Freestyle Dashboard

Working with Sheet Metal Components

  • Introduction to Sheet metal
  • Invoking the Sheet metal Mode
  • Introduction to Sheet metal Walls
  • Creating the Planar Wall
  • Creating the Unattached Revolve Wall


  • Creating the Unattached Blend Wall
  • Creating the Unattached Offset Wall
  • Creating Reliefs in Sheet metal Components
  • Creating a Flat Wall
  • Creating a Twist Wall
  • Creating an Extend Wall
  • Creating a Flange Wall
  • Creating the Bend Feature
  • Creating the Unbend Feature
  • Creating the Bend Back

FAQs

Where can I find the best institute for Creo training in Indore?

IICE is the best institute for Creo training in Indore. You can visit our institute at Veda Business Park, Bhawarkua.

What is the average duration of Creo training at your Institute?

The average duration of training in Creo at our institute is 30 days.

Will your institute provide any certificate?

Yes, we will provide you with a course completion certificate after the completion of your Creo training. This certificate will strengthen your CV and help you get a job in top companies.

What is the major benefit of taking training from IICE over other institutes?

Unlike other institutes, IICE offers 100% job placement assistance to every student so that they can develop themselves as an industry expert and work for the top companies in the industry.

WWhat is the scope of taking Creo training?

The industry of designing has been drastically enhanced in the last few years, and therefore the need for qualified engineers has been also increased. Thus an individual who has taken proper Creo training has the scope of several career opportunities.