As long as the surface you are trying to place the cross hatched area is "developable", as Pro/E calls it, you can use Edit, Wrap. You stated you were using a cylinder so it should be fine.Create a 2D sketch with the area/shapeyou want to hatch including the hatch lines.Then simply wrap the sketch on the cylinder.
Hope it helps....
In Reply to Greg Kemner:
I want to create a hatched cosmetic type feature on the outside of a cylindrical surface. Any thoughts or suggestions? I have not had any luck finding an option that will work the way I want it to look.
WF 4.0 M0170
Hi, so now we are in 2019 and I am trying to project, or wrap, a hatched cosmetic sketch on a cylindrical surface.
The hatch drops. Creo 4.0 M060
Why? What am I doing wrong?
I don't believe that creo has the functionality where you can wrap a hatched datum curve. BUT, you can MANUALLY create the "hatch" as lines in the sketched section, and it should wrap just fine as ling as it's, as mentioned, a developable surface. Surprisingly, you can now wrap a curve on a pyramid, just not a cone or barrel etc.