The only one I am missing is a clear version of this one. This last one is not the stylised font.
I'm still getting a lot of variation in TM and R.
I found this page:
...which shows CREO on its own as R and specific product references as TM making the image above incorrect. So if we use "PTC CREO"... I assume the correct usage is to add the R to each.
Thanks again for your help.
Here is my 1st attempt at the PTC logo using the underlay PTC_GRAY_1000x338 converted to BMP in MSPAINT.
Let me know if the image is not inbedded.
Anyone care to compare this to a vector generator app?
Please remember that this is an unofficial PTC logo for the purpose of geometric sections; not official art!
As for my efforts, this is free to use as you will.
If this is inappropriate to post, please feel free to delete, Dan.
Attached is Creo 2.0 Parametric full version.
I am new around here.
I am trying to cut a logo into a model; i.e. if I followed the conversation correctly. Can you point to a procedure or method I can use? I am stuck on how to get a profile on a sketch that I can extrude. Can I import something while in sketch?
Sorry for the hijack.
Hello Chris and welcome to the forum.
There are two ways to "engrave" or "emboss" text and logos onto a surface.
Flat surfaces obviously benefit from simple extrusions, but curved faces can be done with Project.
You can open pre-defined sketches which are fully parametric but sometimes it is easier to have a curve feature such as an imported DXF/DWG file where you simply project the curves into a sketch. The imported file serves as a non-parametric master and the sketch simply copies the geometry.
If you can open the attached files in this discussion, feel free to review and ask questions regarding Projected extrusions: