Setting Management and Updates

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This release is mostly internal updates to allow us to manage settings for all of our users (both general settings and SettingSync settings). Global Added ability to more easily handle user properties for setting and interface management Added ability to more easily manage settings and fix any errors related to incorrect value assignment Web Fixed […]

Input and AutoInterface Improvements

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It’s been a while since we last released updates to our software, but we’ve been working diligently! This week, we have a couple of new features for AutoInterface. Global Added the ability for users to designate components using the “feature name” in AutoInterface Added the capability to quickly add and update designations for an entire […]

Fitting Icon Customization

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Spec-Driven Piping in Creo Parametric allows users to model piping installations at a much faster and more accurate rate than using the conventional Piping module (for further details, see our earlier blog post Why Spec-Driven Piping?). One of the benefits of Spec-Driven Piping is that the appropriate fittings are selected automatically during insertion based on the specification […]

New SettingSync Features

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It’s been two weeks since we launched SettingSync, and we’ve spent that time working on bug fixes and adding new functionality. So, without further delay, let’s dive right in. Global Improvements to the SettingSync interface to make it easier to use and navigate Added a global product setting to let the user decide what directory […]

Controlling Configuration Changes

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Creo Parametric offers nearly 1700 different configuration settings. These settings can be set as “defaults” by saving a configuration text file called a config.pro file. While config.pro files are a critical part of most organizations’ CAD setups, many users don’t interface with them on a regular basis and are often uninformed about what they are or […]

New Product: SettingSync

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We’re excited to announce our newest product – SettingSync!  SettingSync configures your users’ and teams’ environments in minutes by creating and deploying configuration profiles. It’s a new, simple way of managing “config.pro” files for your organization. No more fussing with text files or worrying about user-level settings. It removes the need to write custom batch scripts to […]

The Complications of Configuration Settings

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When engineers start using a new CAD tool, often times they will need to reconfigure some of the out-of-the-box settings. Things like default unit systems, template parts, file paths, and even colors can be changed and customized depending on the design, user preferences, or company standards. For Creo Parametric many users will simply open the […]

Changes to Spec-Driven Piping in Creo 4

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Spec-Driven Piping in Creo Parametric allows users to model piping installations at a much faster and more accurate rate than using the conventional Piping module (for further details, see our earlier blog post Why Spec-Driven Piping?). PTC introduced two changes in Creo Parametric 4.0 that make Spec-Driven Piping easier to implement and maintain compared to prior […]

Kicking off 2018

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Happy New Year! This week’s release is pretty light because, thanks to all of our users’ feedback, we’re working on rolling out a new product. We’re really excited to roll it out soon – check back in a couple of weeks to learn more about it! Global Improvements across the board, mostly to Creo applications

Assembly Interface Management

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The bigger a system is, the more complex it is; this is no different for large CAD assemblies. Each component of the assembly is constrained to other components, sub-assemblies, and the top assembly – maintaining these references is referred to as interface management. In a normal design process, it’s not uncommon for component locations to move […]