Revolutionize Your Product Reviews

Clients have a way of changing their minds during product reviews. Management and marketing, too. The very thing they asked for last week, no longer pleases them this week once they see the latest design. It happens to all designers and engineers. But now you can do something about it.

You can use PTC Creo Parametric and the PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension (FMX) to make changes on the spot, when your client (or management or marketing) asks for it. That way, your client sees exactly what he or she is getting before you even leave the room.

Get approval and get on your way.

Here’s a bonus to this revolutionary approach: if the change isn’t quite what the client wanted after all—change it again. And when you do, quietly celebrate the knowledge that you just saved yourself another review meeting.

“PTC Creo and its flexible modeling capabilities help me drive any change to the design quickly and easily by pushing and pulling geometry,” says Nout van Heumen, the design engineer behind the Aristides guitar and Orphiro electric motorcycle. By using PTC Creo FMX in concept and review meetings with his clients, van Heuman no longer has to capture inputs, make changes offline, and then try to arrange a follow up review. That saves a lot of time for this renowned, and in-demand,  freelance industrial engineer and designer.

Could PTC Creo and PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension revolutionize your product review meetings too? Try the free trial and find out.

Download the free 30-day trial here:

What’s included?

PTC Creo Parametric. This is our full professional 3D CAD package with no limits.

PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension. FMX is the add-on that allows you to make intuitive direct changes to a model.

What operating systems are supported?

Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 8 in both 32- and 64-bit platforms. For detailed information about hardware, peripheral, and compatible software support, download this short PDF file.


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