This is a post by Cat McClintock on PTC site.
With recent updates to our powerful 3D CAD software platform, we continue to add tools for better additive manufacturing design.
With Creo 3.0, you could already send a model directly from Creo to a supported Stratasys 3D printer. Plus, Creo can leverage options, such as tray size and colors/materials, from your 3D printer. That way, you design products that are compatible with your additive manufacturing machinery.
But Creo 3.0 was released more than two years ago. Let’s get you up to speed with some of the more striking features added since then: