Parametric or Direct Modeling? Why You May Need Both

Written by: Parametric Technology (UK) Ltd | Published:

With the Creo Elements products, you're free to choose the right tool for the design task at hand. 2D or 3D. Parametric or Direct. Creating designs or viewing them. Freedom, instead of limitations. Read our new whitepaper and learn about 10 compelling reasons why combining Parametric AND Direct CAD offers benefits to you, your team and the products you create.

Does your company need Parametric or Direct Modeling?

For far too long, product design teams have been forced to compromise when it comes to using MCAD software. 3D users have been limited to one modeling paradigm – either parametric or direct. And for those using 2D, being able to easily access and leverage their data in 3D has been complex and challenging. But now, with Creo Elements, you are free to choose the right tool for the design task at hand: 2D or 3D, parametric or direct.

Now you can have the ideal tool whether you are creating designs or just viewing them. With the Creo Elements suite of design solutions, you have interoperability like never before. Freedom, instead of limitations.

Here are 10 compelling reasons why combining Parametric and Direct CAD with Creo Elements offers benefits to you, your team and the products you create.
Download the whitepaper now

Click here to go to the resource page


This material is protected by MA Business copyright see Terms and Conditions.
One-off usage is permitted but bulk copying is not. For multiple copies contact the sales team.


Related Content

Companies

Parametric Technology (UK) Ltd
Comments
Name
 
Email
 
Comments
 

Please view our Terms and Conditions before leaving a comment.

Change the CAPTCHA codeSpeak the CAPTCHA code