While some designers cringe at change, it’s the bold leader who sometimes sacrifices a CAD loyalty to look for software that performs beyond the mark.
Some of Tamaggo’s designers were using Solidworks… until they tried Creo. Their VP of Engineering, Stephane Lepage essentially threw Creo at the rest of the team and said, “Just try it.” With the detailed curves and surfacing required for the Tamaggo 3D camera, the team wasn’t so sure how to feel about such a major switch in design tool.
But the tide changed in only two days. Check out the video to hear Stephane detail how and why.
Taking that risk with the right software can have an enormous upside. It seems that’s where Tamaggo’s engineering team landed when they fell in love with Creo.
Customers, like Tamaggo, report Creo as a sturdy product with more functionality in a simplified UI.
What that means is hours of design time are reduced to mere minutes. In this head-to-head comparison, it takes only four minutes using Freestyle in Creo Parametric 2.0 to completely design a watering can, while 45 minutes later, the watering can designed with Pro/ENGINEER is still in its infancy.
With a free 30-day trial of Creo 2.0, your team may find that the cost of new software justifies all the time you save in design.
The ease in learning Creo and the simplicity of mastering Creo have students and companies building projects faster and better. So go ahead and follow Stephane’s example – just try it.