I am pretty new to CREO drawings and using parameters callout to use data from the part file to be displayed in the drawing file. I am familiar with &scale, &pro_mp_mass parameters that can be put in to the .frm file to be called out in drawing with their respective data. What i want to do now is to define a parameter (or if there is predefined parameter?) for huge descriptions for my my part file like in that description i will be explaining the max min operation temperature some of the machining and manufacturing processes on the part and things like that. So is there any way of adding this description which will be in the form of paragraph in a part file as a parameter which i will later call in the drawing file? I have tried defining the parameter in the .prt file by changing the value to "string" but the characters i can enter is limited and it wont let me add next line to it.
hope you people understand my question. Thanks
P.S: It wud be really helpful to me if someone post or gives me a link of the list of all the predefined parametrs used in CREO.
What you want to do is to make a note in the solid with whatever text and parameter callouts you like. Then you can either Show Model Annotations in the drawing to show it, or you can use Parameters in the solid to make a note-valued parameter (using the ID of the note), and call out that parameter in the drawing.
In Creo Parametric 2.0, there are several methods to create a note that Matt mentioned.
The first two methods will create a note that shows in the model tree under "Annotations". These are the easiest to manipulate. The third method creates an annotation feature in the model tree just like any other feature listed. Calling out the note in a drawing using the third method is the most difficult.