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PTC Creo 4.0: How to create Revolve feature

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The Revolve features are created in a similar way to Extruded features. The main differences are that the section of a revolve must contain a centerline (which represents the axis of revolution) and an angle of revolution is defined instead of a depth. Here is the video tutorial for you: How to create Revolve feature with Creo
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Tutorial - Using Dome feature in SolidWorks?

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Here is the tutorial.
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PTC Creo 4.0: How to create Chamfer feature

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... tutorial about How to create and edit Chamfer feature
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how to generate program in nx-cam using feature based machining?

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please select the link for the tutorial
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14 Ways To Create Curve

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Surface modeling with Creo Parametric 4.0: 14 Ways To Create "Curve" * Sketched Curve * 2D Curve created between points * 3D Curve created by points * Curve defined by points from CSYS * Curve conected to another Curves * Curve created on a surface edge * Projected Curve * Wraped Curve * Curve defined by Equation * Intersected Curve by curves * Intersected Curve by quilts * Copy edge from solid * Curve from Cross Section * Trace Curve defined by mechanism
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PTC Creo 4.0: How to create Round feature

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Couple of examples - How to create Round feature in Creo: * edge references * surface references * stop at reference * Round properties * Full Round * Variable Round and more ...
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PTC Creo 4.0: How to create Sketched features

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Step by step with Creo Sketch features - or: How to create Sketched features with Creo Parametric 4.0
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Tutorial: How to use "bend part" feature in Autodesk Inventor?

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Tutorial to use "bend part" feature in Autodesk Inventor.
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PTC Creo 4.0: How to create Shell feature with Creo

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A shell feature is a pick and place feature that creates a hollowed out solid with a specified wall thickness. Note: The pick and place features (same as chamfers, rounds and holes) means that the shape of the feature is implied - you are not required to sketch the section. Pick and place features can be added once the model’s shape has been created. You can create two types of shells: • Open Shells (example in this video tutorial) • Closed shells (create base geometry and apply Shell feature)
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Tutorial: Splitting solid models by using surfaces in Catia V5.

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Tutorial: Splitting solid models by using surfaces in Catia V5
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Tutorial - Freeform feature in SolidWorks?

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Here is the tutorial.
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Tutorial - Using Combine feature to create part in SolidWorks?

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Here is the tutorial.
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PTC Creo 4.0: How to create Extrude feature in Creo

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Most used feature in the Creo Parametric is Extrude feature. You will learn how to create, modify and configure solid and surface shapes easily and quickly.
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SIEMENS NX 11: PATTERN FEATURE / CIRCULAR PATTERN

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A Tutorial of Siemens NX 11 for Beginner. Pattern Feature Command-Circular pattern Explained with it's Use. Pattern Increment. Radiate pattern. stagger.....Etc are Explained. Use of spreadsheet is also explained.
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PTC Creo 4.0: How to create Hole feature

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Holes are pick and place features with circular cross-section. Holes remove material from the model. You can create couple of types of holes. In this tutorial you can learn how to Create Simple Straight Holes, Standard Holes and Sketched Holes. I will focus on hole placements (Linear, Radial, Diameter and Coaxial Placement) and Depth Options.