Creo DEX: The Tutorial
by Aaron Shaw | February 04, 2015 | CAD Software Blog | PTC
In Creo 3.0, we added a new extension for anybody who wants to generate, evaluate, save, and present design alternatives—without all the headaches of saving and retrieving separate files. The Creo Design Exploration Extension (DEX) is a tool that you launch from within a Creo Parametric session. From there, you can create “checkpoints” and branches populated with design alternatives.
It’s like creating parallel universes for your model. The alternative exists in the same file, but it doesn’t change or overwrite the source model.
If you’re a little bit curious about how that might work, we’ve got good news. We’ve struck a deal with our friends over at the Learning Exchange to post their video Exploring Part and Assembly Designs. View it below. No sign up necessary!
This 9-minute tutorial shows you exactly the steps you’ll need to create your own “parallel” design universes.
Want to learn more about Creo DEX? Watch this space for information about upcoming webinars in which you can see extended demos and even ask our experts any questions about this new extension.
Want more technical demos like the one above from the Learning Exchange? You can browse their list of 700 Creo titles just by going over to Learning Exchange and creating an account. It’s free, it’s easy, and it’s worth it if you’re hungry for more detailed technical insight into PTC products.