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.