Hi all. I’m looking to learn to use CREO during my free time at work. I do rapid prototyping work for a large company, the floor level machinists all use MasterCAM and the engineers and CAD people all use CREO. My department kind of falls in between so we have full licenses to both, but none of us know how to use CREO besides pulling .stp files.
I’ve been watching videos on youtube and the little bit of CAD I’ve picked up seems much easier than making models with MasterCAM. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be many tutorials for CREO compared to MasterCAM/Fusion/whatever. Anyone have any recommendations?
Does the license for CREO Parametric include access to PTC University/LEARN?
There is pretty extensive information in the help files or you can just post questions here. Mastercam is probably faster/more efficient for simple job shop stuff but Creo starts to shine if you really need/want to customize tool motions (and also have them auto update when geometry updates).
I take it you are working at lockheed. It is much easier that Mastercam. For example to set up your views and stock is a breeze in CREO but disaster in Mastercam with someone else offset . The best part is if parts are made in CREO which is your case.
Yes, there is no training for CREO CAM and someone needs to sit with your for 45 minutes. Tell me your specific questions?.