Danish Review by Jern og Maskinindustrien

“The ability to seamlessly jump back and forth between the powerful parametric modeling and user-friendly direct modeling modes is one of the core benefits of PTC strategy. …PTC promises that Creo will solve the problems of usability, interoperability, adoption of third party CAD data and manage large complex configurations. It’s a lot even for PTC, and journalists from across Europe stood in line to ask Mike Campbell questions about Creo.”

Read the full article here. Note this article is Danish.

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  1. Tim Haas
    Posted Feb 23, 2011 at 12:13 am | Permalink

    from what i have read,i know that Creo/elements Pro 5.0 has direct editing functionality but it’s hidden, probably a hidden config.pro option. it would be a good idea to give users a chance to familiarize themselves with that approach by revealing that option before the release of creo.

    • Geoff Hedges
      Posted Feb 23, 2011 at 11:07 am | Permalink

      Hi Tim, thanks for your comments.

      Creo Elements/Pro 5.0 does include a very early technology preview of some limited direct editing functionality. As a preview, it isn’t production quality, and any direct editing changes cannot be stored. We therefore recommend customers don’t try this functionality without assistance from their PTC or partner application engineer.

      As this is a limited direct editing technology preview, it does not reflect the broader set of capabilities planned for the direct modeling app in Creo 1.0, expected to be start shipping in June 2011.
      Best Regards,

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