I am using PTC Creo Parametric 2.0 and I really need to edit an .igs file!
I can import it and open it but i cannot modify the geometry or like modify the original sketch...I am just able to move the parts.
What I need to do is to create another sketch over the geometry and the 3D I import, cause I need to draw and add another "piece" to it.
If anyone knows how to do it please reply!
Thanks in advance
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Thanks for all the feedback. This was my first ever post and I’ve had some helpful replied and support. All in all its been a good vent for some of my frustrations.. to be constructive on some of the irritations:
- suggestions/feedback...? I could not find an official sections/feedback e-mail or reply page.
- 2D control drawings dimensions: when it comes to dimensions it now takes 4 clicks plus mouse movements/hovering to move a dim around and into a non default position. rather than 2 and a bit of hovering.
This may sound like a small thing to get pissed off about, but it made my time to complete my end of project tasks/work twice as long! And its not like it was not good before... Time is money and I don’t like spending it on what should be old rope.
- Open system window > purge (working directory): Its very helpful to purge your working directories when you got big asms and many components. Stops your drive filling up quick. Only accessible through Creo 2.0 when NO files are open.
I worked in Pro\Engineer 2000i, then in Pro\Engineer WF5.0 and now I work in Creo Parametric.
Personally I prefer the last one. I think that this release is far better than previous.
But it takes time to estimate its advantages.
Worst part I hate is having to Redo ALL the Mapkeys going from Wildfire 5 to Creo II. Hopefully I won't have to do this with the future releases...
Man, I hate hearing this. Here I was hoping that 2.0 would be better than creo. I hate creo enought that I've stayed on WF4.
Yes, every time they change something your mapkeys will not work. In all the other releases, it was a lot better since they didn't do such drastic (and stupid) GUI changes. Even the switch to the WF interface wasn't too bad, but going to creo means probably 1/2 my mapkeys, which I depend on, don't work. Pisses me off. Well, there goes my hope 2.0 is better. Guess I'll stick to WF4.....
How long have you given the new User Interface a chance? Yes it is different, but it really is better if you follow the methodology and use a lot more right clicking. You may find that your mapkeys aren't as useful as they were before. Mapkeys from version to version have always been a nightmare, but the benefits will far outweigh the time it takes to recreate them. You really need to give it a week or two to see the benefit of the new UI.
I wouldn't base the go-no-go on mapkeys alone.
We've been around this barn before...but seriously I think you can make Creo 2 just as easy to use as WF4 or WF5 if you take the time to customize the toolbar.
Yes, I agree you shouldn't have to spend the time, etc. I get it. I'm just saying it isn't so bad that you need to run screaming from it.
The way I see it, we've got no chance of going back to the good old days. We're going to roll forward to Creo 2, 3, etc and we'll either adapt to the tool or abandon it. You can't hide out on Wildfire forever. PTC won't let you and neither will your customers.
I think there are only two possible chances for us to move forward and be happy. One: We customize the interface as much as possible to make it as simple as we can. There are quite a few customizations that can be done to slim down the interface, de-clutter it, and return it to a less "ribbon-y" layout. Two: Write our own custom interface. I'm not even sure this is possible... but if it is, I'm going to try my hand at it.
Other than that, I think we have to grin and bear it... and apply a bit of ingenuity to customizing the interface to maximum benefit.
I appreciate the depth of change to the new CREO interface, but rather than rant, I'd like to know if there is a resource for users that involves a library of Config.pro files that improve the interface settings and usability of the new versions.
Is there a directory of Config.pro files with screen-shots of ribbons, working environment settings and adjustments (tweaks) to the CREO environment that have the potential to improve my work-flows?
Is there a directory of available title-block formats?
Are there printing resources that can take me out of the trial-and-error mode of failing to find a configuration that actually works on my Samsung Laser and HP-inkjet printers? I seem to continually encounter paper-jams that are caused by Pro-E, while Adobe CS-6, MS-Office and other apps seem to work fine!
I used to have a sys-admin, I used to be able to ask for help, and I used to have meaningful work.
But now, as an independent consultant I am totally dependent on my own resources. My VAR is less than responsive as I will never be a large revenue source. Therefore, spending time searching through rants endlessly for answers, work-arounds and solutions is not very productive.
With a large user base of professionals with both more experienced and better support capabilities than I have, I am constantly adapting to my clients' needs and environments. My livelihood depends on providing solutions based on delivering workable geometry.
Any suggestions for finding workable solutions? If any are out there, PTC's offerings are not readily apparent, . . .
Probably been using it 7 months or more now. Hate it more the more I use it. I can;t see it being better in any way, and, in fact, drawings take easily 2 to 4 times longer than in WF4.