Simulations can help you quickly find weaknesses in your designs as you work—long before analysis or prototype building. But what happens next? That is, how easily can you modify the model once you discover its flaws? And then run another simulation?
If you use Creo Simulate and Creo Flexible Modeling Extension (FMX), now you can simulate and optimize your design all in one place. Here’s how the new integration, introduced in Creo 4, with Creo Simulate and Creo FMX works:
The highlighted hole can be removed while in Creo Simulate.
To remove a feature within Creo Simulate:
It’s important to note that currently the change is only applied in Creo Simulate. You must promote changes made in Creo Simulate to apply them to the parametric model. To promote a change:
The system applies the change to the parametric model.
The highlighted hole (shown in the image above) is removed.
You can see a brief demo of these tips in the video below. Watch:
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