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Module 15

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Objective 1: Creating the PISTON_PIN.PRT


Scenario
ACME Incorporated develops and markets several consumer, industrial, and defense goods. The
Light Industrial Division of ACME creates a number of products, including industrial fans, heating,
air conditioning, and pumps. You work for the Light Industrial Division of ACME Inc., which has
recently started using Creo Parametric for its product designs.

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1. Create a new part named PISTON_PIN.PRT.


2. Enable only the following Datum Display types:
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3. Create the extrude feature, as shown.
4. Save the model and close the window.

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Create the piston pin part.

Task 1:

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Upon returning from Creo Parametric training, you are assigned to create the AC-40 Air Circulator.
You apply the skills learned in previous topics of this course to create the final assembly and
components of the air circulator.

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You must center the model on datum plane


FRONT.

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Use the mmns_part_solid template for this


and all models in this project.

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To help verify the correct datum entities,


enable datum tag display for this project.

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This completes the objective.

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Objective 2: Creating the PISTON.PRT


Task 1:

Create the piston part and extrude the main body.

1. Create a new part named PISTON.PRT.


2. Create the extrude feature, as shown.

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Use the mmns_part_solid template for this


and all models in this project.

Hollow the piston to make room for the connecting rod.

1. Remove material, as shown.


2. Rename the cut as OVAL_CUT.

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The sketch should be symmetric about the


vertical reference.
Control the upper wall thickness of
the piston by placing the sketch on an
embedded datum plane, offset from datum
plane TOP.
Regardless of the length of the original
protrusion, the cut should always extrude
though the entire model.

Task 3:

Remove material from the bottom of the piston.

1. Remove material, as shown.

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Task 4:

Create a hole to attach the piston pin.

1. Create a hole through the model.

Apply an appearance to the piston.

Task 5:

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The hole should be placed on datum plane


FRONT and its depth should extend through
the entire model in both directions. It should
be aligned to datum plane RIGHT.

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1. Apply the Blue_Dark appearance to the model.


2. Save the model and close the window.

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Objective 3: Creating the CONNECTING_ROD.PRT


Task 1:

Create the connecting rod and extrude the main body.

1. Create a new part named CONNECTING_ROD.


PRT.

Use the mmns_part_solid template for this


and all models in this project.

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2. Create the extrude feature, as shown. Create


the sketch on datum plane FRONT, and extrude
it symmetric about datum plane FRONT.

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use Modify
with the Lock Scale option
to modify the dimension values.

Sketch two circles, two tangent lines, and


then use dynamic trim to create the sketch.
Because this is the first feature of the model,

Create extrude features at both ends of the connecting rod.

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1. Create two extrude features, one at each end of


the connecting rod. The extrude features should
be symmetric about datum plane FRONT.

Task 3:

Create holes at each end of the connecting rod.

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1. Create coaxial holes at both ends of the


connecting rod. The hole depths should extend
through the entire model.
Create embedded axes to locate each hole.

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Task 4:

Create a round to strengthen the connecting rod.

1. Create a round feature, as shown.

Create a lubrication hole.

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Each of the four rounded edges should be


driven by the same dimension.

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1. Create a radial hole on the right end of the


model. The hole depth should only extend
through the next surface.

Apply an appearance to the connecting rod.

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1. Apply the Blue_Dark appearance to the model.


2. Save the model and close the window.

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This completes the objective.

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Objective 4: Creating the CRANKSHAFT.PRT


Task 1:

Create the crankshaft and extrude the main body.

1. Create a new part named CRANKSHAFT.PRT.


Use the mmns_part_solid template for this
and all models in this project.

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2. Create the extrude feature, as shown.

Create the crankshaft lobe.

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1. Create an extrude feature, as shown.

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Use a construction circle to control the outer


diameter of the lobe and a vertical centerline
to imply symmetry.

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Task 3:

Create the crankshaft pin.

Create a hole to hollow out a portion of the crankshaft.

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Task 4:

Create an opening for intake gases to enter the crankcase.

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1. Create a hole, as shown.


The hole should be coaxial to the original
cylindrical feature.

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1. Create an extrude feature, as shown.

1. Remove material, as shown.


2. Rename this cut as INTAKE_CUT.

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The cut's sketch plane should be embedded


in the cut feature.
The cut should extend through only one
side of the crankshaft.

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Task 6:

Create a cut that is used to interlock with the impeller.

1. Remove material, as shown.

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The cut should not affect the overall length


of the model.

Create a cut to form a circular shaft for threads.

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1. Remove material, as shown.

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The cut should not affect the overall length


of the model.

Task 8:

Bevel the edges of the intake cut and the end of the crankshaft.

1. Create a chamfer, as shown.

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Both legs of the chamfer should have the


same dimension (D x D).

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Task 9:

Apply an appearance and save the orientation.

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1. Apply the Gray_Dark appearance to the model.


2. Save the current orientation to an orientation
named 3D.
3. Save the model and close the window.

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This completes the objective.

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Objective 5: Creating the ENGINE_BLOCK.PRT


Task 1:

Create the engine block part and revolve the main body of the model.

1. Create a new part named ENGINE_BLOCK.PRT.


Use the mmns_part_solid template for this
and all models in this project.

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2. Create the revolve feature, as shown.

Task 2:

Create datum features to use as references when constructing other features.

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1. Create a datum plane offset from datum plane


FRONT. Rename the plane to CTR.
2. Create a datum axis at the intersection of datum
planes RIGHT and CTR. Rename the axis to
CYL.

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Datum plane CTR and axis CYL are used


later in the project as references for other
features.

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Task 3:

Create the engine block cylinder.

1. Create a three-section parallel blend protrusion,


as shown.

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Sketch on datum plane TOP, and


select datum plane CTR as a horizontal
dimensioning reference. The second and
third blend sections are identical.

Add rounds to shape the cylinder.

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1. Create a round on the four edges of the blend.

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2. Create a single round feature, as shown.

Task 5:

Create a protrusion to use as a mounting flange.

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1. Create an extrude feature, as shown.

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Select datum plane CTR and the silhouette


edges of the revolve feature as references.
The sketch should be symmetrical about
datum plane CTR and mirrored about the
vertical centerline.
The depth of the feature should be
symmetric about datum plane TOP.

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Task 6:

Create mounting bolt holes.

1. Create coaxial holes, as shown.

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Create an embedded datum axis for each


hole. The datum axes should be placed
through the mounting flange arc centers.

Create holes for the crankshaft, crankcase, and cylinder bore.

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2. Mirror the two holes to the other side of the


engine block.
3. Group the extrude, two holes, and the mirror
feature.
4. Rename the group as MOUNT1.

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1. Create a hole through the engine block.

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2. Create another hole, as shown.

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3. Create the cylinder bore hole, as shown.


4. Rename this hole as BORE.
5. Save the model and close the window.

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This completes the objective.

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Objective 6: Creating the IMPELLER_HOUSING.PRT


Task 1:

Create the impeller housing and extrude the main body of the model.

1. Create a new part named IMPELLER_


HOUSING.PRT.

Use the mmns_part_solid template for this


and all models in this project.

Begin creation of the exhaust geometry.

1. Create a 90 revolve feature, as shown.

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Create the sketch on datum plane TOP.


The sketch should be symmetric about the
horizontal reference.

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2. Create an extrude feature, as shown.

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Task 3:

Create the exhaust geometry.

1. Create a smooth parallel blend feature, as


shown.

Shape the exhaust for maximum airflow.

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This blend contains three symmetric


rectangular sketches, each 25 mm apart.
The first section should use the edges from
the revolve feature.
Be sure that the start point for each
rectangle is at the same location and
direction.

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1. Create round features, as shown.

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Task 5:

Hollow out the housing.

1. Create a shell feature, as shown.

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Two surfaces are to be removed using this


shell feature.

Create a hole for the impeller collar.

Create the bolting flange.

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1. Create a hole feature, as shown.

1. Create an extrude feature, as shown.

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The extrude feature should extend over the


model, as shown.

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Task 8:

Create the mounting flange.

1. Create an extrude feature, as shown.

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The extrude feature should extend


symmetrically in both directions from the
datum plane FRONT.

Create an attach hole in the mounting flange.

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1. Create the hole, as shown.

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Task 10:

Create a profile rib to strengthen the mounting flange.

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1. Create the profile rib feature on an embedded


datum, as shown. The rib should be symmetric
about the embedded datum.
2. Save the model and close the window.

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This completes the objective.

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Objective 7: Creating the IMPELLER.PRT


Task 1:

Create the impeller and revolve the main body of the model.

1. Create a new part named IMPELLER.PRT.


Use the mmns_part_solid template for this
and all models in this project.

2. Create a revolve feature, as shown.

Create the interlock geometry.

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Sketch on datum plane RIGHT with datum


plane TOP facing right.

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1. Extrude the cut feature, as shown. Create the


sketch on the small circular surface on the back
of the model, orienting datum plane TOP so that
it faces the top.

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Task 3:

Create the first impeller blade.

1. Create an extrude feature with the thicken


option, as shown.
2. Rename the extrude to BLADE.

Round the sharp corner of the blade.

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Create the sketch on datum plane FRONT


so that it extrudes through the model.
Dimension the arc using an arc angle
dimension.

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1. Create a round feature, as shown.


2. Rename the round feature to BLADE_ROUND.

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Task 5:

Create an outer support for the blade.

1. Create an extrude feature, as shown.


The depth of this feature should extend from
the end of the blade, inward over the model.

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2. Save and close the model.

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This completes the objective.

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Objective 8: Creating the FRAME.PRT


Task 1:

Create the frame part and trajectory for the main rail.

1. Create a new part named FRAME.PRT.


Use the mmns_part_solid template for this
and all models in this project.

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2. Create a sketch feature, as shown. This sketch


can be used as the trajectory for a swept
protrusion.

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Task 2:

Sweep an I-profile section along the sketch trajectory.

1. Create a constant section sweep protrusion, as


shown.
Select the predefined I-profile from the

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as the section to sweep.


Palette
Relocate the X Location handle to the
midpoint of the bottom edge. The section
should be symmetric about the vertical
reference and above the horizontal reference
and trajectory.

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Sweep another I-profile for the engine support.

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1. Create a sketch feature on an embedded datum


plane, as shown. This feature is the trajectory
for your next sweep.

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Use datum plane FRONT as a dimensioning


reference.

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2. Create a swept protrusion, as shown.


3. Save the model and close the window.

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This completes the objective.

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Objective 9: Creating the BOLT.PRT


Task 1:

Create the bolt and revolve the main body.

1. Create a new part named BOLT_5.PRT.


Use the mmns_part_solid template for this
and all models in this project.

Task 2:

1. Remove material, as shown.

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Create a hex socket cut.

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2. Create the revolve feature, as shown.

Select the predefined Hexagon section from

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Task 3:

Create finishing features.

Create two additional bolts of different lengths.

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1. Save a copy of the part BOLT_5.PRT. Rename


it as BOLT_8.PRT.
2. Close the window.
3. Open the new part BOLT_8.PRT.
4. Edit the length of the model from 5 to 8 and save
the model.

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1. Create a round and chamfer, as shown.


2. Apply the Black appearance to the bolt.
3. Save the model.

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5. Save a copy of the part BOLT_8.PRT. Rename


it as BOLT_12.PRT.
6. Close the window.
7. Open the new part BOLT_12.PRT.
8. Edit the length of the model from 8 to 12.
9. Save the model and close the window.

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This completes the objective.

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