Tag Archives: PTC Creo Parametric

Dealing with Late Stage Design Changes Using the PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension

Dealing with late stage design changes using PTC Creo FMX

Last week, I discussed how the PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension (FMX) makes working with imported CAD data much easier. Today, I will discuss the challenges of accommodating late stage design changes and how PTC Creo FMX can help. Product Development teams everywhere need to deal with late stage design changes. These can come from […]

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Working with Imported CAD Data Using the PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension

Working with Imported CAD Data in PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension

A couple of weeks ago, I discussed the Import Data Doctor capabilities within PTC Creo Parametric, a task-based repair tool designed to repair, modify or featurize geometry imported into PTC Creo Parametric from external sources. But what if you’re looking to make further changes to your imported data? Such as editing the geometry? Working with […]

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Working with non-Creo Data in PTC Creo Parametric

import data doctor in PTC Creo Parametric

It’s no secret that working with CAD data from multiple CAD platforms can be problematic for designers and engineers. Common complaints include increased inefficiency and compatibility issues which lead to product delays and higher development costs. This blog has previously published some useful material on the benefits of CAD consolidation. Today, I want to examine […]

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Structural Framework Design in PTC Creo Parametric

Framework Design in PTC Creo Parametric

Structural metal frameworks or weldments are prevalent in many industries and become the foundation for a wider range of equipment. Defining, designing and documenting these structural frameworks can be burdensome and time consuming without the right tool. Today I want to discuss a few key features that PTC Creo Parametric has  for structural framework design, […]

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Mechanism Design Capabilities in PTC Creo Parametric

Mechanism design in PTC Creo Parametric.

Did you know that as part of the core functionality of PTC Creo Parametric every user has access to significant mechanism design capabilities? The capabilities enable you to investigate the motion behavior of your design under real life circumstances. You can build assemblies using mechanical connections such as joints, cams and slots. It also provides […]

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Have You Upgraded to PTC Creo Parametric? Realize Your Full Potential!

For the past month, I’ve been discussing key productivity advantages PTC Creo Parametric has over Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0, including: cross sectioning, measuring geometry, sheet metal, assembly performance, 3D annotations, a new user experience, and Freestyle modeling. Let’s say you’ve realized the value of these productivity increases and upgraded from Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 to PTC Creo […]

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New Freestyle Capabilities in PTC Creo Parametric Versus Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0

Freestyle modeling in PTC Creo Parametric.

The PTC Creo Parametric vs. Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 blog series has covered areas such as cross sectioning, measuring geometry, sheet metal, assembly performance, 3D annotations, and a new user experience. In our final installment, I will discuss the Freestyle modeling capabilities which are available in every base license of PTC Creo Parametric. Freestyle makes working […]

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Creating a Roadmap for Your CAD Installation

Monica Schnitger

One topic we didn’t cover in the New Year, New CAD post is the concept of “CAD to grow into.” It’s rare these days that CAD is about “design” only. Today’s CAD solutions typically include some level of visualization, data management, and simulation. But how do you decide what is right for you? And do […]

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New User Experience in PTC Creo Parametric Versus Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0

New User Experience in PTC Creo Parametric

The PTC Creo Parametric vs. Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 blog series has covered areas such as cross sectioning, measuring geometry ,sheet metal, assembly performance, and 3D annotations. This week I will discuss the major improvements to the user experience, which are available in every base license of PTC Creo Parametric. 1) Ribbon Interface The most extensive […]

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3D Annotations in PTC Creo Parametric Versus Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0

3D Annotations in PTC Creo Parametric

The PTC Creo Parametric vs. Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 blog series has covered areas such as cross sectioning, measuring geometry, sheet metal, and assembly performance. This week I will discuss the improvements to 3D annotations. These feature improvements are available in the base license of PTC Creo Parametric. There is no need to buy additional extensions […]

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