Creo Surfacing Level 10: Freestyle ‘Sub’D Modeling
Course Duration: 16 hours (2 days)
Tuition: $1,000 USD
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[accordion-item title=”Overview +” state=open]Create Freestyle surfaces using the new Sub’D Modeler inside Creo 2.0 (this tool was new in Creo 1.0).
[accordion-item title=”Prerequisite +” state=closed]None. However, a basic understanding of surfaces would allow students to get further through the course material.
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- Basic work flow
- Using Trace Sketch
- Using Visual Mirror
- Transform and Scale Control vertices/faces.
- Align and planarize.
- Extrude and how to utilize Transform & Scale to manifest forms.
- Utilize Connect, Edge Split, and Face Split to tweak and pinch surfaces.
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- Integrating Sub’D Freestyle surfaces with other surfaces inside Pro/Surface and ISDX.
- Discuss the history of Sub’D Freestyle modeling and compare to Catia, Maya, and 3D Max.
- Discuss Sub’D Freestyle work flow with respect to integrating to regular surfaces in Creo 1.0.
- Discuss the various primitives and their perspective workflow.
- Discuss manipulating faces vs vertices.
- Discuss what’s new in Creo 2.0 Freestyle.
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- Create a couch or chair.
- Create a toy airplane using a Creo Freestyle polygon cube.
- Create a toy giraffe model using a polygon box primitive.
- Create eyeglass frames from a primitive sphere.
- Create a bicycle bottom end bracket of a standard bicycle.
- Create a front-end of a rally car from a square initial primitive shape.
There are 20 tutorials for this advanced Surfacing Workshop in total. More experience users tend to move more quickly through the materials.