With Creo additive manufacturing, you can develop innovative designs, optimize, and print to a variety of printers with ease, all within Creo. With no more time-consuming, error-ridden hassle of multiple software packages, you can reduce time-to-market and expense with rapid prototyping and enable part consolidation.
Creo 7 extensions feature enhanced lattice capabilities with the Delaunay stochastic algorithm and hard-edge definition, enabling lattice modeling, print tray optimization, and metal printing with support structures.
You can seamlessly design, optimize, validate, and run a print check, all within the same environment. With no more time-consuming, error-ridden hassle of multiple software packages, you can reduce time-to-market, improve part performance, and accelerate innovation, whether you’re looking at prototyping or final part production. The new extensions feature enhanced lattice capabilities with the addition of Stochastic Lattices based on the Delaunay algorithm, hard-edge definition and the ability to create lattice structures using custom cells, thereby enabling highly-complex parts that cannot be produced using traditional manufacturing.
With Creo’s capabilities, you can design for additive manufacturing, and optimize parts for production, with ease. Explore how to:
Creo Additive Manufacturing Extension
Maximize design performance with lattice creation and optimization. Direct connection to Stratasys, 3D Systems and Materialise Library printers, as well as i.materialise and 3D Systems On Demand online print service bureaus.
Creo Additive Manufacturing Extension Plus for Materalise
Direct connection to metal printers in the Materialise library, and automatically generate metal support structures using Materialise Magics. Optimize design performance and cost with lattice creation.
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