Creo Additive Manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing is changing product design! Organizations produce parts that have never been manufactured before. Existing parts are being enhanced and optimized to meet requirements, however, the process to improve is disconnected and time-consuming.
Cre 5.0’s additive manufacturing extension allows you to optimize, validate and print all within a single environment. What you design is what you print! Whether you’re printing with polymers or metal, Creo 5.0 has you covered, with support for Stratasys and 3D Systems plastic printers and the library of Materialise-enabled printers.
Additive manufacturing is the process of building an object one thin layer of material at a time. The definition is simple but the 3D printing process is not. Designers often must use multiple software packages, a situation which forces them to export, redesign, optimize and reimport their model each time.