Few manufacturers have the luxury of a homogenous CAD environment anymore. Even within their own firewalls, companies use an average of 2.7 CAD systems. But beyond your own firewall, you have customers to impress, supply chain dynamics to comply with, and legacy systems that hold old designs. Here’s the big problem: everyone’s using a different CAD system. And with different systems come inefficiencies and redundancies. Data needs to be recreated, translation problems arise, and design intent is easily lost.
It may seem like working with multiple systems is unavoidable. Chances are that at least some members of your product design supply chain create files in a format different than your preferred system. What does that mean to product developers? Lost time and more errors as they exchange, then fix or recreate, models among supply chain partners and vendors.
Multi-CAD collaboration need not be a productivity-killer—just the opposite. Creo’s Unite technology makes it easy to work with CAD models created in other applications and saves you considerable time.
That non-native CAD file could come to you from within or outside the company. It doesn’t matter. With a few clicks, you can open those CAD files directly into the Creo software suite and start working. Meeting your targets for product quality, appeal, and on-time delivery will be easier than ever now that you don’t have to recreate the model or do other redundant work.
There’s no "catch." Creo’s Unite technology makes the process seamless. Moreover, you can incorporate CATIA, Siemens NX, and SolidWorks data directly into your designs without creating additional business objects and without the presence of licenses from these software systems.
The Creo Collaboration Extensions further enhance Unite technology’s capabilities. These extensions allow designers to quickly and easily integrate updates to non-Creo data directly within Creo.
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