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DCS Introduces 3DCS for CREO Now Fully Integrated into PTC CREO

by Benjamin Reese, on Jan 11, 2017 9:00:00 AM

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New From DCS, 3DCS Variation Analyst for Creo Fully Integrated in PTC Creo

Dimensional Control Systems has fully integrated 3DCS tolerance analysis software into the PTC CREO CAD platform.

Creo joins NX, CATIA V5-6, and the 3DEXPERIENCE as fully integrated CAD platforms. This new integration allows 3DCS users to leverage Creo's tools to enhance their modeling, as well as tap into Windchill for file management and version control. 

 

What Does an Integrated Version of 3DCS Offer?

Specifically, an integration with Creo gives users the ability to:

  • Store 3DCS data in their Creo Assembly - keeing all of the data in one place
  • Utilize Windchill - as the data is stored with the Creo model, using Windchill to manage the Creo model in turn manages the 3DCS data as well
  • Extract and use Creo GD&T and Joints and Constraints - Use the embedded GD&T in the CAD model, as well as Joints and Constraints to create tolerances and moves in 3DCS
  • Take advantage of the Creo assembly structure 
  • Combine Point and Feature Based modeling
  • Gain access to seamless data sharing between 3DCS and Creo - No loss of data through translation  
  • Create Measurement Point Coordination between Creo CAD and 3DCS

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Sneak Peak at the New Version of 3DCS

Here is a sneak peak of the new version of 3DCS, 3DCS Variation Analyst for Creo. 

 

Interested in Seeing It For Yourself? See the Webinar!

DCS hosted the first webinar of the year on January 26th focused solely on 3DCS Variation Analyst for Creo. See the recorded session below!3dcs-for-creo-webinar-on-demand-sq.png

 EDIT: updated post with webinar recording

Topics:3DCSTolerance Analysis

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