Learning Pro/Manufacturing Using Pro/Creo Elements Muhammad Mansoor Janjua
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
As a matter of fact these products were the first of their kind that Time will tell, and as I learn more about it I hope to share it with you. Providing the most efficient means of 3-D scan data conversion with new and enhanced features, Geomagic Studio revolutionizes the digital content modeling and manufacturing process. Mecànica Vilaró's engineers and technicians have been using Creo Elements/Pro since 2005, creating all of its machines in 3D, both those designed in-house and those coming from client production lines in need of modification or improvement . The latest Geomagic Studio 2012 supports direct output of 3-D parametric data into major MCAD platforms including Autodesk Inventor, SolidWorks, CATIA, and Creo Elements/Pro (formerly Pro/ENGINEER). I do see some improvements around flexibility and usability. It seems that the CDM puts the right foundation to Creo. Designers can use Creo Elements/Pro for detailed design (CAD), manufacturing/production or computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and engineering simulation/analysis or computer-aided engineering (CAE). And, thanks to the generosity of a couple of engineering software industry companies, they'll have real world tools to do the work: PTC Creo Elements/Pro, Mathcad, and Windchill, and Mentor FloEFD concurrent CFD. With “Geomagic has always been the easiest to use and learn. PTC Creo Elements/Pro 2.0 Beta F000 32bit & 64bit PTC is all about helping discrete manufacturers succeed by meeting their globalization, time-to-market, and operational efficiency objectives in product development. So far you can see 5 results if you search for "mill" and 0 results if you search for "turn" Looks like manufacturing content is lacking again Like (0). Paul Hamilton: I have been involved in product development, manufacturing and CAD/CAM/PLM for over 30 years. 729 Views Tags: none (add) pro, nc, creo. And of course, they also have the most powerful parametric modeling tool in Pro/E, now Creo Elements/Pro. I've been testing Wildfire 5.0 for doing Pro/NC work to decide if there are some real advantages in upgrading from Wildfire 4.0. Recently, they upgraded to “Creo Elements/Pro Mechanica Lite is simple to learn and use for engineers who are not experts in CAE, while being powerful enough to analyze extremely complex mechanical pieces. Products, which according to the Siemens Website (Siemens acquired Rulestream in late 2009) is a “closed-loop learning system that delivers continuous improvement to promote lean processes and facilitate extensive reuse that underscores innovation. I'm hoping this will change with this week's launch of the new Learning Exchange site.