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Do you know about Initial Simulation in Creo 9.0?

Previously, there was no method in Generative Design to determine the simulation results of the starting geometry. Starting from Creo Parametric 9.0, it allows you to ensure that the study setup makes sense and is properly defined for optimization. You… Continue Reading →

Have you tried the new XML export option for offline programming in Creo 9.0?

Starting from Creo Parametric 9.0, you can export the Fillet weld information for the offline programming (OLP) of the robotic welding. This enhancement is useful when you want to export the Fillet weld information for the downstream usage in a… Continue Reading →

Did you know that Tolerance Analysis Extension (TAE) is replaced with Creo EZ Tolerance Analysis in Creo 7.0?

Starting with Creo 7.0, a new solution Creo EZ Tolerance Analysis for tolerance analysis replaces earlier available Tolerance Analysis Extension (TAE). You might have a design that needs an analysis for tolerance stackups in one–dimension (1-D). With this information you… Continue Reading →

Have you tried Deviation Analysis of Generative Design in Creo 7.0?

Starting with Creo 7.0, you can analyze the deviation between the reconstructed surface geometry and the generative design optimized shape. The deviation analysis comparison provides visual and numerical feedback on the proximity of BREP (boundary representation) surfaces to the triangulated… Continue Reading →

Did you know that you can control the default length of intersecting projected contours with Creo 7.0?

Starting with Creo 7.0, you can control the default length of the intersecting projected contours of outlines, that are beyond the point of intersection. You can control the default length of the intersecting projected contours of outlines, that are beyond… Continue Reading →

Did you know that the floor plane can be easily set within Render Studio in Creo?

Starting with Creo 7.0, you can designate custom floor plane for the rendering. You can easily set the floor plane in Render Studio to correctly define your rendering or designate a datum plane or planar surface to be the new… Continue Reading →

Do you know about enhanced Draft Feature in Creo 7.0?

Starting with Creo 7.0, you can select surfaces as references in the Draft surfaces collector even if a draft is previously applied to the surfaces. Drafted analytical surfaces such as cones and drafted ruled surfaces are supported surface types. Easily… Continue Reading →

Do you know about the additional options to control Default Datum Plane size in Creo 8.0?

Additional options have been added to control the size of the datum plane. The new options allow you to create datum planes with a preconfigured default size. You can control the default datum size in one of the following ways:… Continue Reading →

Did you know that IFX supports Collapsible Lists in PTC Creo?

Starting from Creo 5.0, IFX supports collapsible lists for fastener selection. A fastener library catalog can be large, resulting in a need to scroll to find the fastener that you want. With a collapsible list, you can define which lists… Continue Reading →

Do you know about GD&T Advisor Support for Assemblies in Creo 8.0.0.0?

GD&T Advisor now supports assemblies. GD&T Advisor now allows you to quickly create syntactically correct, feature-centric GD&T annotations for assemblies. It can also guide you on how the GD&T annotations should be correctly applied to constrain the model. Previously, GD&T… Continue Reading →

Did you know about the Multibody Parts Support in Data Exchange in PTC Creo 7.0?

You can exchange data with Creo Parametric and preserve the design intent of the model, by maintaining the multibody definition. The multibody definition is maintained for exported Creo Parametric 7.0.0.0 geometry and for imported geometry. Information about the support for exchanging data with multibody… Continue Reading →

Do you know that you can create robust bend relief in PTC Creo 8?

The various productivity enhancements in Sheetmetal design include the following: •The improved bend relief for the flushed hems enables a reliable and robust bend relief creation for varying bend position settings. •The new configuration option flat_simp_rep_name allows you to set the default name for a flat simplified representation. •The new lightweight… Continue Reading →

Did you know about the recent support for lightweight representation for all types of holes PTC Creo?

Lightweight representation is now available for all hole types. There is a broadened support for the option to create holes in a lightweight representation. This option is now available for all types of the Hole feature in Creo Parametric core modeling, including… Continue Reading →

Did you know that Multiple bodies are supported by Sheetmetal Design in PTC Creo?

A multibody part in the Sheetmetal environment can contain the following: •A single body of the category Sheet Metal •Multiple bodies of the category Basic Solid You can work with a sheet metal body in the context of other bodies…. Continue Reading →

Do you know about enhanced standalone annotation capabilities and semantic support for symbols in Creo 8.0?

The standalone symbols now includes support for semantic definition and semantic query, the creation of associated parameters, the designation of symbols as control characteristics, and the report for symbols that are failing in the notification center. The standalone symbols can… Continue Reading →

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