If somebody has a problem with printing in Draftsight using *.ctb printing files, the reason is that possibly your Draftsight is looking for *.stb files rather than *.ctb.
If this is a case, please open a new file from the template, type: convertpstyles, press ok, then all our ctb printing styles should be visible. Than you can save your template with the new settings.
Sometimes just a simple side view does not work well. How to do the slanted view then?
Continue reading How in Creo drawing change side view to auxiliary slanted view
In Creo creating an arc length dimension or angular dimensions is easy only if you know how to do it 🙂
The solution works either in Creo sketcher or drawing. Continue reading How in Creo Create Angular Dimension or Arc Length Dimension
There is a rule which change quantity of items in the Creo pattern depends of the arc length: Continue reading If & else functions with arc length in Creo relations
If in Creo, through the Windchill you open a part or an assembly, you won’t get the drawings downloaded. To get all related drawings: Continue reading How in Creo, from the Windchill, open all parts and related drawings
If you have a file of X,Y,Z data points in .txt format, Creo won’t read the file. THere is a very easy trick to make the file readable for Creo.
You can just rename the *.txt file to *.pts – the Creo will read these files without any problem, as shown on the picture below:
How to override local file from Creo Windchill:
Search for the file in the Windchill:
Continue reading How to override local file from Creo Windchill
How to rename Creo checked in file in the Windchill:
In the Windchill look for the incorrectly named file:
Then click the “i” icon:
If you follow steps from this guide, the small file cabinet icon should be already pressed and you need just to press “Rename”. If you try to do the same through the Workspace (which is another way to do it), you need to change the icon from a desk symbol, to the file cabinet symbol. This will activate”Rename” option under the Actions drop down menu: Continue reading How to rename Creo checked in file in the Windchill
When you need to type any special symbol (like a micron in this example) you have to keep your numerical keyboard turned on and then holding down the left ALT key and enter the number on the numeric keypad as shown below:
for α 224
for ß 225
for Γ 226
for π 227
for Σ 228 Continue reading How to type special symbols in PTC Creo text editor