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Creating your own lattices

ThomasPhore
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Creating your own lattices

Does anyone know if it is possible to create your own lattice types in Creo?  The "Custom" and formula-based options weren't quite what I hoped from the names.  Yet I am surprised that even some very common standard lattices aren't included by default.  In particular, I would like to be able to make log-pile and octet-truss lattices.

 

Any advice anyone might provide on how to make Log-pile and Octet-truss lattices in Creo would be greatly appreciated!

 

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In earlier releases, there is little flexibility to support cell types that you create. In Creo Parametric 6.0.0.0 you can create a lattice, based on a Creo part file, where the cross sections of opposite faces of a cube are the same, and the geometry is a full boundary representation (BREP). This
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You might want to check out this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQRhw1ujaTA

In earlier releases, there is little flexibility to support cell types that you create. In Creo Parametric 6.0.0.0 you can create a lattice, based on a Creo part file, where the cross sections of opposite faces of a cube are the same, and the geometry is a full boundary representation (BREP). This

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