As companies upgrade blocky legacy designs to make them more stylized and ergonometric, they more than ever need specialized tools capable of defining the flowing surfaces that usually distinguish cutting-edge industrial design.
But traditional industrial design tools are not capable of producing mathematically-precise, functional and manufacturable designs. It’s usually necessary to use separate tools for industrial design and engineering – either starting from scratch when moving the design from one tool to the other, or else going through a time-consuming and error-prone translation process.
Combining design with engineering. The freestyle design capabilities in PTC Creo Parametric 2.0 bridge this gap by providing the ability to work interactively with free surfacing capabilities comparable to leading-edge industry design tools within PTC Creo Parametric mechanical design environment.