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PTC should make Creo existing functionality more stronger

lbai
4-Participant

PTC should make Creo existing functionality more stronger

PTC should make Creo existing functionality more stronger, for drawing mode, it is not change and add new functionalities for many years ago.

Also a lots of commands/menus in drawing mode are still in menu manager, e.g. Drawing Models, define Symbol, Component Display and etc.

Now in 2014, It is time to remove all the menu manager for all the mode, piping ,cabling, manufacturing

 

Don't focus to create a lots of useless new extensions,for example,

  • FRT(Feature Recognition Tool )
  • DRM(Digital Rights Management),
  • SAX(Spark Analysis Extension) ,
  • MAX(Manikin Analysis Extension)
  • IFX (Intelligent Fastener Extension)
  • CMA (Creo Mold Analysis)
  • LMX (Legacy Migration Extension),
  • TAX(Tolerance Analysis Extension),
  • HMX(Harness Manufacturing Extension),
  • DEX(Design Exploration Extension)

 

By the way, only FMX(Flexible Modeling Extension) is a good one.


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I think firstly PTC should follow a lots of new standard, for example:

DavorGranic
14-Alexandrite
(To:lbai)

MAX(Manikin Analysis Extension) is good one too. tho lacking some stuff.

lxiao1
1-Newbie
(To:lbai)

As one partner, I think, to balance of competition, PTC has to development some new extensions to comparing other 3-rd CADs so that sales can meet some specific business requirement for new customer or renew maintainence order from old customers.

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