Will Creo3 or future editions of the Student version provide 3D printer support?
Can this be used with the likes of Up plus and Makerbot printers now found in class rooms?
If you have maintenance with PTC, you can get further information via the following article - CS207727 3D Printing options for Creo Parametric 3.0.
If you cannot access the article, here is a snippet of the resolution:
We have just deployed this version of Creo 3 with the intention of supporting our UP printer.
The configuration information is just what i needed and perfectly timed.
Again thank you.
PTC limits the student edition plotting/printing by putting a watermark across the drawings so they cannot be used for commercial use.
PTC allows full 3D printing of models which can be used for production use, depending on the 3D printer and material used.
There seems to be a discrepancy in what PTC is allowing to be done with the STUDENT edition.
If I owned a 3D print shop and I qualified for a student license, why would I buy a full priced seat of Creo for creating my .stl files?