In this course, you will learn how to manually create (non-specification driven) mechanical piping designs using Creo Parametric. This includes learning how to configure pipelines, how to route pipelines, and how to insert pipe fittings such as valves and reducers. You will also learn how to create specification driven industrial piping designs using Creo Parametric. This includes learning how to use schematic diagrams created with Creo Schematics to drive 3-D industrial piping designs created within Creo Parametric. You will learn how to document piping designs by creating drawings that include BOM tables, pipe bend tables, and engineering information. You will also learn how to export ISOGEN format files for creating pipeline, spool and systems isometric drawings.
The course is divided into 17 modules covering the most common features and functions of piping. Each day a certain amount of modules are presented and exercises based on information in the modules are performed.
Prerequisites: Introduction to Creo Parametric
Audience: Users that need to learn 3-D routing of piping systems in Creo Parametric