Designing the future with Creo, Evolution 5.0 from Pro / Engineer

Let’s take stock of some particularly remarkable features of this young challenger of the CAO.

You probably know Pro / ENGINEER, the 3D CAD software behind parametric design, developed and marketed by the PTC software company between the years 1990 and 2010.

In 2011, Creo, also from PTC, came to replace Pro / ENGINEER, in the form of integrated CAD software, including both pure design modules and the possibility for example to manage complex assemblies, to realize advanced surface treatments, kinematic animations, dimensioning calculations, integrating hydraulic or electrical circuits, etc.

Version 5.0 coming out, it’s time to take stock of some particularly remarkable features of this young challenger of CAD.

Management of complex assemblies

Known as the Creo Advanced Assembly Extension (AAX), this Creo extension offers features specifically designed to help manage large assemblies. Assembly skeletons allow engineers to plan and manage their designs in top-down mode. Creo AAX simplifies the simultaneous sharing of major geometry functions between multiple design teams and makes it easier to work with very large assemblies using tools such as default envelopes. By training under best tools will help you to learn more. FORT Computer Education Training center in Coimbatore provides the best tools to handle live projects.

Overall, the simplification of large assemblies improves assembly performance and facilitates the manipulation of CAD data by product development teams.

With Creo Unite technology, engineers are able to consolidate third-party (non-Creo) CAD data from CATIA, SolidWorks, NX, and Autodesk Inventor parts and assemblies into Creo. It is possible to work in a multi-CAD environment and collaborate between CAD systems, even though the design intent is developed and maintained in Creo. Creo Unite can open directly, convert on demand, or update workflows for Autodesk Inventor, CATIA, Creo Elements / Direct, NX, and SolidWorks files.

 

Creo Style is designed to create curves and free-form surfaces quickly and easily, combining multiple elements into super functions, which can include an unlimited number of curves and surfaces.

The Style user interface is both an autonomous and intuitive modeling environment and a Creo function. The user can create independent style functions and leverage Creo’s parametric and associative features. The functions of this module are flexible; they have their own internal parent / child relationships and can also be linked by references to other Creo functions.

 

Digital Twin (Digital Twin)

 

Digital twin

The Creo Product Insight extension leverages IoT (Internet of Things) by replacing design assumptions with real data. Creo Product Insight collects product data in field operation and returns that data to CAD design, its digital twin, enabling performance analysis on 3D CAD models based on actual use of the data. rather than on a supposed use.

Creo Product Insight helps to improve the design of new intelligent products and to analyze trends to be integrated into the design of future generations and is aimed at companies seeking to develop a “Digital Twin” strategy.

Augmented reality

Augmented reality allows innovators and developers to create immersive experiences that transform the way customers create, operate and maintain their products. Imagine an immersive design review in which you can experience your design as you would in reality, and then call a 3D representation of the product with one click.

Creo is integrated with ThingWorx Studio, the world’s leading platform for advanced reality. No programming skills are required to create and publish an AR experience directly in Creo.

Additive manufacturing

Additive manufacturing has multiple advantages in terms of cost, flexibility, weight gain, and game-changing game complexity in 3D design tools.

Designers must integrate new rules imposed by additive manufacturing such as the facilitated generation of new geometries (3D trellises, honeycombs, …), validation by calculation (mechanical and thermal) of lightened structures, not to mention optimization. topological. Sending 3D data to the printer requires support for specific aspects: placement, support, controls,…

Creo optimizes CAD data for manufacturing using Stratasys printers, 3D Systems, or any other printer connected to a Materialize processor.

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