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Re: Creo2 Manufacturing

As Barry said.

You can save files as STL'S which can be uploaded to boxfords 3D geocam as we do in school.

stl's is the standard file format for 3d manufacturing works with most routers and 3D printers used in school.

you will need some software to convert the STL's file in to code for the machines to run but this should be available with the machines software.

you can also manufacture flat objects nets etc or chassis parts for Scalextric cars from the drawing section of creo.

the engineering drawings can be saved as a DFX file which can be uploaded to 2D or coral draw and be used with a laser cutter plotter or router etc.