Creo is a powerful computer-aided design (CAD) software designed to help you to create, simulate and visualize all kinds of mechanical products or parts. It allows you to design or document your 3D models and 2D drawings intuitively and quickly. The software is also enabled to render data analytics, which makes it easier to create a model based on a large set of variables. With Creo, engineers and designers can tackle complex designs and also produce parts with flexible manufacturing capabilities.
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On this page, you find the Wurth Skedd connectors: (you can find STEP files there) Cables are mounted to these connectors with special pliers, they are crimped into the upper side of these connectors, as you can see here: The special pliers are really expensive, but it is possible to use parallel pliers like this: ...and a little tool that you should design. In the project files, you can find the sketch "", which shows, what I imagine. The sketch shows holes in a POM block for 4- and 6-pin versions of this connector, you should design holes for 4...12 pin connectors. Use standard drills for the holes and make the outer holes for the connector's positioning pins 2.2mm and 2.6mm in diameter, that's just a tiny bit bigger than these pins. The holes for the metal contac...