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Pro/PROGRAM Graphical Editor

DavidBigelow
17-Peridot

Pro/PROGRAM Graphical Editor

Repost from Part Modeling...

 

Just wanted to let you all know... the latest release of Nitro-PROGRAM has a NO HASSLE - FREE LICENSE option...

 

If you have ever struggled with seemingly never ending edit-import-fix-import-fix-import cycle of creating or editing Pro/PROGRAMs for Creo Parametric Parts or Assemblies... -OR- nearly screamed while trying to edit a Pro/PROGRAM that someone else created....

 

Then Nitro-PROGRAM is something you should download immediately and use!

 

Nitro-PROGRAM eliminates the pains and frustrations of the "text editor" and transforms the creating, editing and testing of Pro/PROGRAMs into a visual, drag-and-drop, editing love-fest by comparison.  😉

 

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Nitro-PROGRAM saves time, reduces frustration, improves accuracy and enables you to think about the most important elements of Creo Parametric Automation -- data-flow and regeneration!

 

Simply Download, Unzip, Run.... and request a FREE License... NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED!

 

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Nitro-PROGRAM does require JLINK to be installed with Creo Parametric.  (instructions here if you need them)

The only difference between FREE and a Purchased License is the amount of content you can import changes for.

 

Most companies, the FREE License will be extremely useful.

 

Enjoy!

 

Dave

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From my own experience (testing Nitro-PROGRAM):

 

You can open any part/assembly which contain PRO/Program. Nitro-PROGRAM will display your PRO/Program nicely is its graphical editor. There's no limit in "extracting" the PRO/Program from your model into Nitro-PROGRAM.

 

The free version is limited on the number of IF statements it can import back into your model.

 

The current limit is only 5 IF statements for the free version (but IF statements in the Relations do not count to this limit).

 

If you hit the limit, the free version of Nitro-PROGRAM will simply not import the (modified) PRO/Program back into the model. It will show a splashscreen (see below) and a message "Exceeded free-license limits on imported IF statements" in the Log View of Nitro-PROGRAM.

 

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Hello, @DavidBigelow 

Thanks for sharing!

 

Please, check UTF support. Feature names in the tree and relations.

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Language?!

 

can you send a model to test?!

 

dave

Language: Russian

 

Большое спасибо ... Я вижу ту же проблему. Мы посмотрим!

 

Dave

Nitro-PROGRAM is ENGLISH ONLY ... Sorry ... for some reason PTC chose to export Pro/PROGRAM content in native language for the installation...  And the parsing can't pick up on the language variants currently.

 

Dave


@DavidBigelow wrote:

Nitro-PROGRAM is ENGLISH ONLY ... Sorry ... for some reason PTC chose to export Pro/PROGRAM content in native language for the installation...  And the parsing can't pick up on the language variants currently.

 

Dave


Hi,

I think Nitro-PROGRAM can ask ask user what language version is Creo using and then use this information during parsing.

@ysinitsyn 


Martin Hanák

No it can’t...

 

The language is localized by PTC.

 

 

Hi,

 

please can you reveal the exact limits implemented in the FREE version ?

 

My questions follow:

1.] How many features can a part have?

2.] How many features+components can an assembly have?

3.] What happens when the limit is exceeded?

 


Martin Hanák

From my own experience (testing Nitro-PROGRAM):

 

You can open any part/assembly which contain PRO/Program. Nitro-PROGRAM will display your PRO/Program nicely is its graphical editor. There's no limit in "extracting" the PRO/Program from your model into Nitro-PROGRAM.

 

The free version is limited on the number of IF statements it can import back into your model.

 

The current limit is only 5 IF statements for the free version (but IF statements in the Relations do not count to this limit).

 

If you hit the limit, the free version of Nitro-PROGRAM will simply not import the (modified) PRO/Program back into the model. It will show a splashscreen (see below) and a message "Exceeded free-license limits on imported IF statements" in the Log View of Nitro-PROGRAM.

 

HamsterNL_0-1598625880666.png

 

HamsterNL_1-1598625981729.png

 

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@HamsterNL wrote:

From my own experience (testing Nitro-PROGRAM):

 

You can open any part/assembly which contain PRO/Program. Nitro-PROGRAM will display your PRO/Program nicely is its graphical editor. There's no limit in "extracting" the PRO/Program from your model into Nitro-PROGRAM.

 

The free version is limited on the number of IF statements it can import back into your model.

 

The current limit is only 5 IF statements for the free version (but IF statements in the Relations do not count to this limit).

 

If you hit the limit, the free version of Nitro-PROGRAM will simply not import the (modified) PRO/Program back into the model. It will show a splashscreen (see below) and a message "Exceeded free-license limits on imported IF statements" in the Log View of Nitro-PROGRAM.

 

HamsterNL_0-1598625880666.png

 

HamsterNL_1-1598625981729.png

 


@DavidBigelow ,

please can you confirm this "definition" of limited functionality for Nitro-PROGRAM application using FREE license ?

... AND ... please can you add "definition" of limited functionality for Nitro-BOM application using FREE license (in separate discussion) ?


Martin Hanák
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