Common Issue - WTPart Linked to Wrong Revision of CAD-Object

Sometimes an error occurs in the linking of a WTPart to a CAD-object, often due to a manual error. This guide present what to to when WTParts and CAD-objects have been revised separately. The link between the WTPart and the CAD-object is then incorrect.
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Best Practice - Extrude Text Cutout on Curved Surface
This guide describes how to create a text cutout on a curved surface. To achieve a cut that is normal to the curved surface at all points can be tricky in Creo, since a cut extrude can only be done using a planar datum plane.
This is a step-by-step guide on how to do it by using different features in Creo.
Best Practice - Settings for using alternative mass property (PRO_MP_ALT_MASS)
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Imported components can consist of several different materials in the same model. To be able to control the mass of imported components one must sometimes set the weight manually in a way that Creo understands and can use while performing the weight calculations.
Best Practice - Create your own mapkeys
Background

To create your own mapkeys saves you a lot of time for tasks that is done repeatedly or that is just many clicks to complete a task and is making Creo Parametric faster to use.
Best Practice - Configure printing configuration file
This guide describes how to create a printing configuration file (table.pnt). This file is useful if you want to tune your printing with different colors and modify the size of the lines on your drawing.
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Best Practice - Reconfigure PTC Creo Parametric startup commands
This guide shows an instruction for how to reconfigure your Creo Parametric startup commands. You may have to do this after a new license is installed.
Also, you need to do this if either you have moved the license server software to another machine or you have added a new type of license/package.
Best Practice - Using Trajpar function for advanced shape modeling in Creo Parametric
This is guide describes how to use the trajpar parameter to create a variable slope and a sine wave sweep. On page 10 you can find the general relations used in the guide.

Trajpar stands for trajectory parameter and refers to using parameters as reference for a trajectory. The value for a trajpar ranges from 0 to 1 and can be used to define for example a variable section sweeps and helical sweeps.
Installation guide Creo Simulate 6.0
This page is a help and a guide for when you are installing Creo Simulate 6.0. Keep in mind:

- You will need a PTC account to download software. If you wish to create an account, look at the guide Create PTC Account found under License and Administration.
- Have the latest software downloaded. Download it on the PTC website after logging in with your PTC account.
Best Practice - Custom Annotation in Creo Illustrate
This is a short guide that shows how to make your own Annotations in Creo Illustrate.

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