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The addtion of the offcet function is required by EXTRUDE

The addtion of the offcet function is required by EXTRUDE

As there is not offcet function,in EXTRUDE of CREO,I require function addition.

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The convenience that there is an offset function by a certain CAD software.

9 Comments
MikkoHinkkanen
13-Aquamarine

Please investigate Extrude in Creo Parametric 6.0 - its there.

yuusan
3-Visitor

I use Creo Parametric 4.0.

Therefore,I do not know the function of Creo Prametric 6.0

Would you tell me understand it ?

MikkoHinkkanen
13-Aquamarine

Perhaps this is the reason to upgrade?

ptc-354259
3-Visitor

I agree with yuusan. 

I'm using Creo 6 and i don't see that function. 

MikkoHinkkanen can you please show how to use. 
 
MikkoHinkkanen
13-Aquamarine

2offset_creo6.png2blind_creo6.png

yuusan
3-Visitor

Thank you for easy-to-understand explanation.

The method below is hard to find.

 

MikkoHinkkanen
13-Aquamarine

Nice clean UI, ease of use and lots of functionalities - pick 2.

 

Release notes and update trainings will help here.

S_Edgenear
14-Alexandrite

I still think there there is a need to define a starting plane offset. With current methods, if the user wants to extrude a 100mm box from certain geometry, the user can define the offset in the Bind 1 and Blind 2, but in the Blind 2 depth, it has to add the depth he wanted, to the original offset in Blind 1. If we want to guarantee that the depth is 100mm, we have to make a relation to add the 100mm to de Blind 1 value, which is slow and inconvenient.

S_Edgenear
14-Alexandrite

The Sketch origin (the offset defined in the image) should be an option just as it is in NX, and should allow us to pick a paralell face, plane, a paralell axis, a vertex, or a point.