Freeform Surfacing (ISDX)

Create the Highest-Quality Surfaces for Your Products

The ‘cool’ factor, that mysterious aloof quality that inhabits each impossibly elegant line of your product. When you get it right, consumers can’t wait to buy your designs. But it can be hard work producing so much effortless sophistication.

As a product designer, you need software that can handle your aesthetic requirements, especially the need for high-quality surfaces. With Creo Interactive Surface Design Extension (ISDX), an extension to Creo Parametric, you can create conceptual designs and freeform surfaces while having the ability to model engineering components using the power of parametric modeling.

Creo ISDX gives you easy access to control tools that let you manipulate curves and surfaces freely so your design looks as sleek as you’d planned it. Push and pull on geometry and then progressively add constraints as you settle on your design.

When it comes time to inspect and control the quality of what you’ve designed, we’ve put a number of tools in your virtual pocket. PTC Creo ISDX is like having the perfect pair of sunglasses: you’re ready for anything.

Creo Interactive Surface Design Extension Features and Benefits

  • Build free-form geometry at any point in the design, using as many or as few constraints as desired, for maximum design flexibility
  • Focus on adding value to your design, not on transferring and interpreting data
  • Easy to learn and use to quickly define curves and surfaces, resulting in a faster ROI
  • Full associativity allows surfaces and curves to instantly adapt to design changes, reducing product development time

Download the Creo Interactive Surface Design Extension Datasheet

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