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Can we create a multi-body part in creo just like we do in CATIA?

By Karthik Keyan on 30 Mar 05:37 3 answers 0 comments

In CATIA, we have the option to insert a separate part body in the same model which can be used for future boolean operations. Can the same be done in Creo?

3 answers

  • krishna kanth
    krishna kanth 8 months ago

    Yes it possible in “CREO ASSEMBLY”
    We can insert a part body in same model
    For future Boolean operations you can choose from dash board component placements
    Example: you can see below attachment file (PFA)


    full_completed.asm.1, 79.5 KB
    complted1.asm.1, 75 KB
    toup_shaft_inhole.prt.1, 188 KB
    middle_shaft.prt.1, 177 KB
    defalt___________1.prt.1, 276 KB
    cap_1.prt.1, 122 KB
  • Muthalpandy
    Muthalpandy 8 months ago

    You can do with Creo Direct Modeling app, the same way you do multibody extrudes with a single sketch in Catia .

  • Muthalpandy
    Muthalpandy 8 months ago

    If i am right, your question is all about creating a solid with fully constrained sketches in a plane and extruding a sketch at one and another one at a different parameters,right! PTC creo is a professional software. It is not required if you want your model to be parametric, right!. You can do it if it is a secondary operations like sweep, helical sweep,blend, or etc in PTC Creo by clicking details > rule based > partial loop...

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