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5 Great Creo Parametric Features Every User Needs to Know About Creo Parametric is a powerful tool, ideal for anyone who uses 3D CAD modelling for design and product development. But, as well as impressive capability, there are also some great Creo Parametric features that mean it is now easier and more straightforward for you to get on with the job of designing and developing products. Take a look below to find out 5 of the great Creo Parametric features. Great feature 1: The look and feel of Creo The ribbon user interface makes it straightforward to find all the different tools that you want to use. Across the top, there are the different tabs. Then, each of the ribbons has the most commonly used features, so it’s all easy to access. Plus, in the bottom left of the window, you can toggle between the model tree and the embedded browser. Great feature 2: Makes it easy to select edges, vertices and surfaces Holding down the Alt key, while selecting, temporarily suspends the default selection filter. So, this enables another selection filter. This means you can easily select edges, vertices and surfaces. Great feature 3: New Cross-Section functionality With Creo Parametric 2.0, there are some big changes in the cross-section functionality. For example, free manipulation means that you are now able to rotate section plans around the X, Y and Z axis, to display more of the model. There’s also the Section Window that means you can open up you accessory window and it will only show the geometry for the intersected plane. This great Creo Parametric feature also includes Dynamic Drag and Highlight Interferences, amongst others. Great feature 4: Sticky Right hand Mouse Menus Now, with Creo, you no longer need to hold down the button to keep the up menu opened with the right hand mouse button. And, as an added extra, closed sections are shaded. This means you know you have a closed section when creating features that require a sketch. Great feature 5: Use the Alt key to get to keyboard shortcuts If you press the Alt key, keyboard shortcuts appear. This means, it’s quicker and easier to access the functions you require.
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Layout viewports Layout viewports are objects that display views of model space. You create, scale, and place them in paper space on a layout. Once you create the viewports, you can change their size, their properties, and also scale and move them as needed. On each layout, you can create one or more layout viewports. Each layout viewport is like a closed circuit TV monitor of a view of the model at a scale and orientation that you specify. Create Layout Viewports When you use the MVIEW command to create a new layout viewport, you specify the view that you want to display in it with one of several methods: Click the diagonal corners of a rectangular area, and the extents of model space are displayed automatically. Specify an option to use a previously saved model-space view to display. Specify an option that lets you temporarily access model space to define a rectangular area to display. Note: It is important to create layout viewports on their own layer. When you are ready to output your drawing, you can turn off that layer to without the boundaries of the layout viewports. Modify Layout Viewports After you create a layout viewport, you can change its size, properties, and also scale and move it as needed. For control of all the properties of a layout viewport, use the Properties palette. For the most common changes, select a layout viewport and use its grips. Note: Because they're objects, you can also use editing commands such as COPY, MOVE, and ERASE on layout viewports. Locked Layout Viewports To prevent accidental panning and zooming, each layout viewport has a Display Locked property that can be turned on or off. You can access this property from the Properties palette, the right-click menu when a layout viewport is selected, a button on the Layout Viewports tab on the ribbon, and a button on the status bar when one or more layout viewports are selected.
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