Creo is a family or suite of Computer-aided design (CAD) apps supporting product design for discrete manufacturers and is developed by PTC. The suite consists of apps, each delivering a distinct set of capabilities for a user role within product development.
Creo runs on Microsoft Windows and provides apps for 3D CAD parametric feature solid modeling, 3D direct modeling, 2D orthographic views, Finite Element Analysis and simulation, schematic design, technical illustrations, and viewing and visualization.
Creo is much more stable and far superior to SolidWorks when it comes to top-down design and surfacing. Creo would also be a better choice for any project consisting of large assemblies. SolidWorks is primarily used for smaller scale and simpler design projects.
For over 30 years, Creo has remained the standard product design and development software across a variety of industries for parametric modeling, simulation/analysis, and product documentation. Learning Creo is one way to give yourself an edge on the competition in almost any industry you decide to pursue.
Explanation about sketch environment, and to create 2D sketches
Explanation about sketch constraints
Par t design (3D)
Explanation about SURFACE design, work bench Environment and orientation and features and how to create 3D SURFACE.
Explanation about Base, Engineering, Edit, Datum, styling and Function Features.
Sheet metal modelling
Explanation about Sheet Metal Design Work-bench Environment, orientation, features and how to create 3D parts.
Explanation about base. Engineering, edit, datum, styling and function features
Assembly design workbench
Explanation about bottom up and top down assemblies.
Explanation about assembly constraints.
Explanation about drafting workbench environment, orientation, features
Explanation about how to insert different views & dimensioning