How to use Constraints in Creo Parametric Sktetch

How to use Constraints in Creo Parametric Sktetch
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Constraints in creo parametric is a set of useful tools when it comes out to make some conditional or restrictive sketching. Although Creo parametric offers constraints during sketching but manual constraint become useful when we have to make some complex geometry for example making turbine blade within creo parametric. There are total nine (9) types of constraints which are listed, with there expected symbols, below:

1) Vertical (symbol “V” )
2) Horizontal (symbol “H” )
3) Perpendicular (symbol can be seen in following figure)
4) Tangent (symbol “T” )
5) Mid-point (Symbol “M” )
6) Parallel (symbol can be seen in following figure)
7) Coincident (symbol can be seen in following figure)
8) Equal (symbol “=” )
9) Symmetric (symbol “–>   <– “)

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