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PTC Creo 3.0—CAD Interoperability
CAD software is changing to make data reusable and collaboratively shared in the customer/supplier’s native format (most commonly 3D CAD formats). At the

solidworks course  management [PLM] customers use SolidWorks for CAD), but things are different with Creo, and especially Creo 3.0. PTC now believes that it has surpassed the competition and set a new CAD interoperability bar with Creo 3.0 CAD interoperability.   The PTC Creo 3.0 multi-CAD capability sounds somewhat like Aras ’ MultiCAD Gateway for NX, Creo, SolidWorks, JT, and CATIA via Elysium that the PLM player announced in early 2014. But, this move was only logical given that Aras has no own CAD product of its own

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