This is a post by Emma Rudeck on the Concurrent Engineering Site.
We’ve been talking a lot on the blog recently about the new release of Creo – PTC Creo 3.0. We’ve looked at the exciting opportunities made possible with the new UNITE technology and explored improvements made to help during concept design development with Creo 3.0.
But for anyone who isn’t already familiar with Creo, this post takes a step back from the latest release and looks at everything you need to know about PTC Creo.
WHAT IS CREO?
In short, it is a powerful, integrated family of product design software. It’s used by thousands of leading manufacturers across the globe. It is a PTC product – the originators of parametric CAD technology. The way Creo works is that it is made up of individual apps, including: