Creo and 3D Printing-What you see is what you print

Additive manufacturing (3D printing) is the process of building an object one thin layer of material at a time. The definition is simple but the process is not. Designers often must use multiple software packages, a situation which forces them to export, redesign, optimize and re-import their model each time
Creo closes the gap between 3D CAD and 3D printing

With Creo, what you design is actually what you print. Say goodbye to the disconnected, error-ridden hassle of multiple software packages. Now you can design, optimize, validate, and run a print-check all in one environment, reducing overall process time, tedium, and mistakes. When you’re ready, simply send the file straight to the 3D printer.*


 

 

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