Mechanism Design using Creo

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Mechanism Design using Creo

There are two methods of assembling components into an assembly, Constraints and Connections. Constraints are used for static components that don’t move. Connections are used for components that have some type of movement within the assembly. In this webinar we will be using Mechanism Design to show some of the Connections that are available to help show a component’s movement and control its range of motion. We will also show you how to assign a motor to a connection to have it run through its motion and how to output a movie file that can be shared.

Join our webinar to learn more.

Who is it for?

This webinar is for: 

  • Mechanical Engineers, Manufacturing Engineers, Tooling Engineers, Marketing, Product Designers.

What value do you get from attending?

  • You will be enabled to show components in an assembly go through their range of motion to better help design any associated components and check for interference/collisions.


Alexandru Teodorescu

Alexandru is a PLM Consultant specialist. He has 25 years Mechanical Design engineering experience, 20 years experience with Creo (Pro/Engineer) and 10 years experience as CAD administrator.


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Webinar info

Dates: Dec 6, 2023

Time: 11:30 am ET

Location: Virtual

Duration: 45 min

Language: English

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