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March 2019 Release

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This month, we’re happy to announce that we’ve made some major infrastructure changes across our applications. As always our goal is to keep improving our products as well as your user experience. RsysConfig RsysConfig is now faster, more responsive, and comfortable. This helps with user navigation, so you can enjoy a more productive workflow! We […]

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We’ve Moved!

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It’s a new year, and we’re happy to announce that we’re starting off on a great foot… We’ve moved!! We’d like to give a huge thanks to all of our friends, customers, and partners who have helped us get where we are today – this wouldn’t have been possible without all of you! We look […]

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New Creo Design Packages!

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We are happy to announce that PTC is now offering Creo Design packages. These new packages include Creo Parametric bundled with many additional extensions for a more productive workflow at a very competitive price. Here at CadActive, we are delighted and proud to promote the all-new Creo Design Essentials. We are particularly excited about this […]

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RsysConfig Updates, Appearances, and General Improvements

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Our updates this past week were primarily related to RsysConfig and AutoInterface. We’ve made some general improvements and also added the ability to incorporate Creo Appearances into your Piping Specs. Global Improved performance of login operations Added Appearances as a new model to keep track of Creo Appearances and colors Piping Specs and Insulation Specs […]

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Creo Special Character Handling

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This release focuses on a variety of small bug fixes and improvements. We’re working on some larger-scale changes these next couple of months, so check back soon for some exciting updates! Global Modified Setting and License handling to prepare for future capabilities Creo Added special character handling

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BOLTNUT Support

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This release, we added “BOLT NUT” support to RsysConfig. The “BOLT NUT” metadata is added as a core element for your Spec-Driven Piping library. From there, a specific bolt-nut combination can be added to a Fitting as a default set of bolts, or it can be added to the Fitting Instances in a Piping Spec! […]