Adding and Assigning an Appearance State to a Model in Creo Parametric

Technical Training Engineer Natasha Reaves will cover the basics of how to add and assign an appearance state to a model in Creo Parametric. Creo Parametric allows you to customize and specify the default system colors of parts and/or features. If you do not modify the appearance, Creo assigns a default color. Although you cannot modify the default color, you can use the Appearance Gallery palette to create, delete, modify, and save the appearance of parts and surfaces.

Content from this webcast is taken from these Rand 3D training classes:

  • Creo Parametric: Introduction to Solid Modeling
  • Creo Parametric: Design Documentation and Detailing

About the Author

Natasha Reaves

Technical Training Engineer<br><br>Natasha joined the company in 2000 and has extensive experience sharing her CAD expertise through delivering webcasts, contributing to blog posts, and leading training classes. She trains end-users with all skill levels on Creo Parametric and CATIA, and she collaborates closely with the company’s technical writers on courseware development. Before joining Rand Worldwide, Natasha served as a mechanic in the U.S. Army National Guard and worked as a mechanical designer for a multinational telecommunications and data networking equipment manufacturer. She has a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, and she holds certification from Dassault Systèmes as a CATIA V5 Expert Mechanical Designer and Certified Surface Design Associate.

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