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Creo Parametric

The Most Powerful, Flexible 3D Modeling Software in the Industry
Design smarter. Starting now.

That’s not just any product – it’s yours. Creo Parametric has the core modeling strengths you’d expect from the industry leader, along with breakthrough capabilities in additive manufacturing, model based definition (MBD) and smart connected design. Streamlined workflows and an intuitive user interface complete the picture.

Put Creo Parametric 3D Modeling Software to work for you.

Optimize Your Product with 3D Design Software
3D product design is the creation of a product in a virtual environment such the product has three dimensions (height, width, depth). The result is a digital prototype of your product, one you can explore in detail. Without digital prototyping, you’d need to use more budget-vaporizing physical prototypes, watch time slip away, and get to market later with a product that might not be optimized. 3D design makes your life as a product designer easier and faster, giving you more time and energy to devote to optimizing your product.

Designers usually take one of two approaches to 3D design and solid modeling: direct or parametric modeling. Direct modeling means you can push and pull directly on geometry. Use it for speed and quick changes. Parametric modeling means that the software maintains consistent relationships between components, so a change to one component is a change to all.

Creo Parametric is the industry’s leading CAD application for 3D product design. We know as well as you do that that no 3D design software can make you innovative, but we think you’ll agree that using the right tool for the job can be enormously powerful.

Easily Handle Late-Stage Design Changes
Nothing has the potential to disrupt workflow more than a late stage design change or the arrival of important models authored in other CAD systems. Who knows what richly varied frustrations await? Maybe you’ll have to put aside plans for optimizing your design while you recreate that model from scratch.

Or you could use the direct modeling approach without leaving the parametric environment. It’s a lightweight, flexible design strategy that’s fast. If you want to modify geometry, click and use the drag-handle, or enter a new numeric value. That’s it. Think of it as a strategy that speeds up the design process, saves money, and rescues your weekend.

Creo Flexible Modeling Extension (FMX), included with Creo Parametric, is a powerful set of direct modeling tools for making these quick and easy changes to parametric or non-native CAD models. You can directly edit models created in Creo Parametric without losing design intent. Don’t know how the model was built? No problem. Creo FMX can add or alter design intent. And you’ll be up to speed fast because the tools are easy to use. Soon you’ll be enjoying streamlined collaboration with your extended team and suppliers, perhaps de-featuring models for use by colleagues downstream or saving time because these colleagues can do it themselves. Now you can make the changes you want quickly, easily, and on your own terms.

In addition, the Creo software for sale suite also offers stand-alone applications for those seeking dedicated direct modeling capabilities.

Creo Direct: The ideal tool for users who are not CAD experts. Easy to use and suitable for any member of the larger product team.

Creo Elements/Direct Modeling: No more product data management headaches. With Creo Elements/Direct Model Manager you can manage file ownership, revision, and model design states seamlessly.

3D Parts and Assembly Modeling
3D parts and assembly modeling is the CAD technique through which the design intent of a part or assembly is accurately and unambiguously described by a 3D virtual model, an almost tangible representation of physical reality.

Before computer-aided design (CAD) software, highly trained mechanical drafters produced a series of two dimensional drawings to represent the whole of a part or complex product. Users then had the thankless and very difficult task of trying to envision how numerous flat images would come together as objects in the round. Not surprisingly, errors were often discovered only at the prototype stage. Given the difficulty inherent to this process, it’s not hard to appreciate how product development could become more about managing unpleasant surprises and less about creating great products.

Traditional two dimensional drawings do have their uses. But being able to build a virtual working model – and then pull it apart on the screen for a closer look – makes product design faster, cheaper, and easier. In essence, the software allows you to imagine and create things, amplifying your ideas and clearing the way to better design and genuine innovation.

With Creo Parametric for sale, you can create precise geometry regardless of a model’s complexity. We welcome your aircraft assembly with its hundreds of thousands of parts. Our intuitive user interface means you’ll be up to speed quickly, perhaps reviewing each component’s exact features from various views. We’ve also included real-time collision and interference capabilities so you can correct design problems early on. You’ll find it’s stress-free to build engineering features such as rounds, chamfers, holes, and more. Or take a bigger view. Work with fast-loading lightweight versions of your assembly or create simplified variants on-the-fly. Add color, texture and reflection as you wish.

What you’ll design is up to you.

Creo Simulate

Simulate Real-World Stresses on Your Product
Your customers depend on your products to work how and for as long as they’re supposed to. Given this, nothing ruins your day or your budget quite as much as a spectacular prototype failure.

Creo Simulate is a structural, thermal and vibration analysis solution with a comprehensive set of finite elements analysis (FEA) capabilities that allow you to analyze and validate the performance of your 3D virtual prototypes before you make the first part.

Note that the software applies stresses to your digital prototype - not to you. We've designed Creo Simulate so any engineer can do basic simulation.

Start by modeling your design in Creo Parametric, click a single tab on the user interface, and then apply loads, materials, and boundary conditions to the design geometry in Creo Simulate. It's easy. Even better, you can see the results quickly. If needed, adjust the model to produce higher quality designs faster.

This rich set of capabilities allows you to send a more developed product to the analysis department – and eliminate expensive changes while it’s still cost-efficient to do so. Creo Simulate is available as a standalone application or as an extension to Creo Parametric.

Creo Simulate’s capabilities include:

Structural analysis
Linear steady state thermal analysis
Material libraries
Post processing

When you need advanced capabilities we have them. Creo Advanced Simulation Extension, an extension to Creo Simulate, enables you to investigate the impact of non-linear stresses. With Creo Fatigue Advisor Extension you can measure the impact of repetitive loading and reloading on your design.

Creo Options Modeler

Create Multiple Product Configurations
A configurable product is one for which different options are available.

Every design variation, unsurprisingly called a variant, is its own product. Re-using platforms, modules, and parts makes sense: it costs less, uses what you already have and know, and lets you meet customer demand for ‘personalized’ products. One bicycle can become a hundred different models thanks to modular parts.

But you only benefit from efficiencies and lower costs if you can quickly produce product configurations that work. Spreadsheets and CAD file-based approaches help for a while, but they’re relatively informal ways to associate potentially workable options with CAD models. When’s the last time you sought to add informality to a key business process? We thought so.

Creo Options Modeler, an extension to Creo Parametric or a stand-alone product, allows you to create and work with configurable structures. When you combine Creo Options Modeler with Windchill, you can manage complex configuration logic easily, including content that comes from PTC or third-party applications.

Learn more about Unite Technology, capabilities to address the challenges of multi-CAD environments.

Features & Benefits

Achieve faster design cycles by creating and validating product platforms in 3D early in the design phase
Reduce process errors and engineering rework by directly reusing available 3D models from Creo and individual bill-of-materials (BOM) from Windchill
Automate the creation of any product by defining common architecture and product platforms and help manage how they interface and assemble
Optimize products earlier by automating manually intensive, error-prone tasks
Increase design and engineering productivity by improving communication with customers, suppliers and coworkers.

Creo Layout

A 2D CAD Application Which Enables Teams to Move Seamlessly Between 2D and 3D Design Data
Creo Layout is an easy-to-use 2D CAD app that lets your product design team create detailed concepts in 2D, complete with information such as dimensions and annotations.

You can then produce equally detailed 3D models from the same 2D data without having to switch CAD systems or hand off 2D data to 3D CAD specialists. Instead, you leverage their 2D data to produce flawless 3D models that accurately reflect your original design intent. And by automating the process, you can be confident that your CAD deliverables will be seamlessly updated on a continuous basis.

Creo Layout Features and Benefits:
Creo Layout generates 2D designs to build 3D models in Creo Parametric
Capture product design intent with a full-featured set of tools for creating, editing and managing 2D geometry
Gain flexibility and iterate design concepts easily by creating 2D designs that are fully or partially constrained, or completely unconstrained
Avoid errors and delays by reducing the need to interpret and recreate 2D designs in 3D
Leverage existing 2D data such as DWG, DXF and IGES files, as well as cross-sections of 3D models created with Creo Parametric software
Accelerate time-to-market and encourage innovation by enabling concurrent design and engineering of new products
Leverage 2D drawings for downstream design of structures and assemblies
Manage propagation of changes from 2D design to 3D models using update controls

Creo Direct

An Easy-to-Use Direct Modeling CAD Software for Rapid 3D Design Creation
Our direct modeling software is a stand-alone application that enables infrequent computer-aided design (CAD) users to create new geometry or modify any existing 3D CAD design, regardless of file format. Direct interaction with the geometry makes it easy for anyone to learn and use. That’s why it’s the ideal tool for people in concept design, analysis, and manufacturing ― or for anyone who’s new to 3D CAD or uses it infrequently.

Working with Creo Direct is quick, flexible and intuitive. It is well suited for tasks such as generating proposals, defining the initial design for tooling fixtures or capturing design input from customers in the field. By furthuring collaboration with your extended team, the software encourages innovation and enables your company to respond better to changing customer needs.

Direct Modeling Features and Benefits:
Achieve faster design cycles by enabling more users to access and use 3D CAD data, including third-party design components
Empower infrequent 3D CAD users to contribute to the product development effort
Generate proposals more quickly and effectively by exploring alternative design concepts more easily
Streamline computer-aided engineering (CAE) workflows by giving analysts the ability to edit 3D CAD data prior to analysis and propose design changes directly on the model
Improve computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) efficiency by giving tooling designers an easy-to-use tool for editing model data and creating manufacturing jigs and fixtures that better meet their NC and tooling design requirements