In Creo 2.0, how do you stop the screen and the assembly/model tree from “creeping” out of view when doing multiple replacement editing?
Joel Sanders, Flowserve Corp.
Answered by: Zack Lyon
Joel, I am pretty sure that you can “pin” your menu. Get CREO 7?
Mine doesn’t do that. Creeping could be related to something like a Mouseball that is not “Zero” ed out. My 3DConnexion device will do that though.
If you are using a 3D mouse, unplug, reset and retry.
Can you explain some of the benefits (and drawbacks if any) to creating and using “start parts”?
(please provide some examples of what a good “start part” should entail)
Bill Phillips, Carrier
Bill, you know this answer.. I expect you to EMBELLISH after I botch it.
Simply, a Start part should have your company unit settings, accuracy settings, layer settings, parameters that are important. Part Start parts will have different parameters than a SheetMetal start part.
The same can be said for all of your Assembly Start Parts.
Consultants who work with different customers said customers might have standards and templates that they need if you are passing data back to them. It is important to keep these in the respective customer start directories so that you don’t get messed up. Be careful! File your data and templates in a repeatable logical location so that your actions do not overlap with other customers’ standards.
As far as Drawbacks? If you pick the wrong start part, well, I don’t think you can slip the table cloth back under once you have this base settings established/baked into the base parts. ** Don’t pick the wrong start parts!**
This information was presented by Mark Bohannon at the Fall 2018 Pro/Users of the Carolinas conference at TE Connectivity on November 29, 2018.
Have you ever wanted to save JPEG thumbnail images for all files in an assembly? By adding three lines to your config.pro file, you can easily accomplish this. The lines to add are: Continue reading Saving Image Files for All Parts in an Assembly
There is a problem with Build M050 of Creo 4.0 (see PTC.com CS286687 for details) such that post-regen relations are not evaluated. Revert back to M040 or up to M060 (SPR 7544762) to resolve the issue.
There are situations when a set of models needs to be renamed with a common base part number and incremental dash numbers. The technique documented below will speed up the renaming of these files especially if there are a large number of files to be renamed.
Continue reading Renaming Creo Files with Suffixes
The article below was originally posted by David A. Haigh of Lawrence Livermore National Lab on the PTC/User Forum site. The article provides helpful instructions on how to set-up email streams on the new PTC Communities. A special thanks to David for allowing us to repost on the Pro/Users of the Carolinas site. Continue reading PTC Community – Setting Up Email Streams
Email from Dan Glenn regarding migration of PTC/User portals into the PTC Community…
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The following video from Leo Greene demonstrates some top down design techniques using surfaces.
Continue reading Top Down Modeling Using Surfaces
Whiz bang way to make bottle caps
(That was really slick!)
Continue reading Bottle Caps