PTC Creo Parametric is the industry standard for product design and development software for parametric modeling, simulation/analysis, and product documentation for more than 30 years.
Exciting new technologies are changing the world of product design. Creo includes breakthrough capabilities in Additive Manufacturing, IoT, Model-Based Definition (MBD) and Augmented Reality (AR). Design faster and smarter by connecting your digital design to your physical products. Create, design, and innovate with Creo.
With Creo 7.0, you can build better products faster by accelerating innovation, reusing designs, and replacing assumptions with facts. New capabilities include analysis (computational fluid dynamics), topology optimization, additive manufacturing, computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), augmented reality (AR), and multi-CAD.
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With Creo 6.0, you can easily integrate Creo with SOLIDWORKS and Autodesk Inventor - powered by Creo Unite Technology. Revolutionize design reviews with easy-to-use augmented reality capabilities.
Creo Flow Analysis
PTC Creo Parametric offers a complete computation fluid dynamics (CFD) solution for product designers and analysts. Find and fix issues with liquid or gas flow around your products early in the design process — before you invest in prototypes.
With Creo Topology Optimization, you set design criteria, goals, and objectives, and then let the software take over. Creo Topology Optimization automates the design process using advanced shape optimization technology to solve for design criteria, goals, and objectives. The result is parametric CAD geometry that satisfies your conditions. No more spending hours, days or weeks recreating optimized ‘dumb’ geometry.
With Creo you can design, optimize, validate, and print-check the highly complex geometry that can only be produced through additive manufacturing. For polymers, directly connect to Stratasys, 3D Systems, and Materialise-enabled printers; for metals, to Materialise-enabled printers. Go from initial concept to hitting print all in Creo.