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Creo Tutorials: Creating extrusions using sketches: Newbie question.

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Creo Tutorials: Creating extrusions using sketches: Newbie question.

Quick intro - Hello, Kurt here, recently laid off from my Solidworks position - on SW since '96.  Have an interview next week for a position using Creo.  Downloaded 30 day free trial and am going thru tutorials, specifically the one above:  Creating extrusions using sketches. 

Directions say to RMB sketch1 and choose unhide, but unhide is not available.  I would wager that i am in some other mode or command that disallows this command but i've exited and restarted, still to no avail.

 

Link below is to the tutorial (item 5 and attachment is my current-state screen.

Any assistance would be appreciated.  

Kurt

 

https://support.ptc.com/help/creo/creo_pma/r6.0/usascii/index.html#page/tutorials_pma%2Fexercise_01%...

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Re: Creo Tutorials: Creating extrusions using sketches: Newbie question.

Right click on the greyed out Sketch 1 above Extrude 1 feature. You won't get the Show/Hide function on an embedded sketch.

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Re: Creo Tutorials: Creating extrusions using sketches: Newbie question.

Right click on the greyed out Sketch 1 above Extrude 1 feature. You won't get the Show/Hide function on an embedded sketch.

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Re: Creo Tutorials: Creating extrusions using sketches: Newbie question.

wow, thank you...I didn't even see it for looking so hard at the embedded one.  Care to tell me why there is a sketch 1 embedded (like in SW) but also one above it?  What the theory is ...or will i find that out thru general use?

 

Kurt

Re: Creo Tutorials: Creating extrusions using sketches: Newbie question.

So that you only have an embedded sketch start the Extrude/Revolve command first and this will create the sketch embedded. If you want to use a sketch in multiple features you can do that with a non-embedded sketch.

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