A configurable product is one for which different options for each variation are available. Every design variant is its own product. Re-using platforms, modules, and parts makes sense—it costs less, uses what you already have and know, and lets you meet customer demand for personalized products. One bicycle can become a hundred different models thanks to modular parts.
But you only benefit from efficiencies and lower costs if you can quickly produce product configurations that work. Spreadsheets and CAD file-based approaches help for a while, but they’re relatively informal ways to associate potentially workable options with CAD models. When’s the last time you sought to add informality to a key business process? We thought so.
Creo Options Modeler allows you to create and work with configurable structures and when you combine Creo Options Modeler with Windchill, you can manage complex configuration logic easily, including content that comes from PTC or third-party applications.
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