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LiveWorx 2017

From Napkin Sketch to Parametric Model

Session Description

Discover options for taking a 2D sketch in JPEG form (either hand drawn or sketched in Photoshop) into Creo and building an intelligent, robust solid model from the artwork. We'll show how to use the ISDX module to import the sketch (or sketches if the designer provides multiple views), orient it properly relative to a coordinate system, and define geometric references to give additional parametric control over the final form. We'll also cover how to create curves to build surfaces in the model by combining the functionality of ISDX and the Creo Surfacing tools. Learn ways to exercise precise control over the driving curves and some common pitfalls to avoid in the process. Finally, We'll show ways to deliver on exacting demands from the industrial designer such as curvature continuity across all surface and edge round transitions.


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Modeling
Product Design & Business Process
How to migrate a sketched or Photoshopped deliverable into the Creo environment in a way that can be controlled and manipulated with numerical precision.
How hybrid surfaces with ISDX style curves and Creo surfacing functionality afford more control for position and surface continuity than either module would alone. The value of ISDX to users not in the industries that extension typically targets (e.g. automotive, footwear, etc.).
Methods to generate high quality surfaces to realize the designer's vision without sacrificing control, intelligence, or stability in their model.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
Session Schedule