AnyMode Modeling In Action: 2D to 3D and back again

Traditional CAD systems offer many powerful features for product developers. Too many, say some of our customers. They warn that a single monolithic tool is impractical for most users; it’s like enlisting an entire orchestra when you only need a snare drum.

So PTC created a series of smaller, more usable apps, tuned to specific roles involved in manufacturing. There’s one for analysts, one for design managers, etc.

But working with all those smaller tools begs a new question: What really happens when you move geometry from one Creo app to another? The CAD industry has been famously clunky at interoperability.  What will it look like when a concept developed in one distinct format (like 2D) tries to work in another (like 3D)?

In this demo, Mike Campbell shows you exactly what it looks like:

What would you like to see?

That’s just one example of how Creo will seamlessly move data across apps. What demos would you most like to see in the future?  Another example of moving from direct to parametric modeling? Or maybe an AnyData adoption topic, like importing a 3D CAD file from another vendor’s system?  Leave a comment below and we’ll consider it for a future demo video.

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One Comment

  1. Posted Dec 11, 2010 at 3:13 pm | Permalink

    Creo is really redefining 3D CAD…..It will be more intersting and user friendly….Designers will love this new technology by PTC and will be the 1st choice of any DESIGNER….CONGRATULATIONS TO PTC CREO DEVELOPMENT TEAM & MANAGEMENT……..

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  3. [...] Im Hintergrund übernimmt Creo 1.0 die Änderungen mithilfe eines allgemeinen Datenmodells, das in einer parametrischen oder direkten Umgebung funktioniert . Wenn Sie die parametrische Konstruktion beherrschen, müssen Sie dazu nicht einmal die App für [...]

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  5. [...] the scenes, Creo 1.0 is applying your changes using a common data model that works in a parametric or direct environment. That means you can feely move imported models between Creo Direct and Creo Parametric, without [...]

  6. [...] Dietro le quinte, Creo 1.0 applica le modifiche utilizzando un modello di dati comune che funziona in un ambiente parametrico o diretto. Infatti gli utenti parametrici esperti non devono neanche usare l’applicazione diretta. Creo [...]

  7. [...] Dietro le quinte, Creo 1.0 applica le modifiche utilizzando un modello di dati comune che funziona in un ambiente parametrico o diretto. È pertanto possibile trasferire liberamente i modelli importati da Creo Direct a Creo Parametric e [...]

  8. [...] applique vos modifications grâce à un modèle de données commun qui fonctionne à la fois en environnement paramétrique et direct. Cela signifie que vous pouvez transférer librement des modèles importés (entre Creo Direct et [...]

  9. [...] 1.0 在后台使用在参数化或直接环境中运行的共同数据模型来应用变更,这意味着可以在 Creo Direct 和 Creo Parametric [...]

  10. [...] Hintergrund übernimmt Creo 1.0 die Änderungen mithilfe eines allgemeinen Datenmodells, das in einer parametrischen oder direkten Umgebung funktioniert . Das bedeutet, dass Sie importierte Modelle flexibel zwischen Creo Direct und Creo Parametric [...]

  11. [...] 1.0 は共通データ モデルを使用して変更を適用しています。このモデルはパラメトリック環境でもダイレクト環境でも機能します。実際、パラメトリックのエキスパート ユーザーはダイレクト [...]

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