When using Creo 3 and saving files, the model (drawing) layers appear correct. When the drawing is open in Creo View, numerous planes a WCS’s are on and make the file unreadable. It is difficult to find these features n the model to turn them off. What are the options when the DRW file is published (to a Creo view file) to prevent this from happening?
Devin Albrecht (FN America)
Leo answered this one too, does anybody remember what he said?
The following video of a presentation by Leo Greene at the 2018 Spring Event can be viewed in your browser.
Often promised, rarely delivered, MBD has generated a lot of excitement lately. Learn some of the basics and uncover some of the considerations of Model Based Definition. Recorded live in front of a regional user group at Flywheel in Winston-Salem, NC using Creo Parametric 4.0
With over 20 years immersed in the improvement and implementation of product development systems and processes Leo is an expert in leveraging the benefits of Complex Geometry, Surface Model Development, Large Assembly Management, as well as Photorealistic 3d Rendering. He is available for Engineering Consulting Services and/or Custom Creo Training.
Jonas, correct me if I’m wrong but it sounds like you are referring to a Creo cloud-based (browser) CAD platform? I don’t think that this is available…don’t see anything on the PTC website about it. Now, there actually is a PTC Cloud, though. This is where PTC offers hosted PLM applications. See the link above for more information. Users with direct experience…please respond with your thoughts.
Mark was previously the Creo, Windchill, and License Administrator for the x86 Server team at Lenovo in the Research Triangle Park. In addition to providing administrative support for these tools, he also maintained a website for the Creo User community at Lenovo and developed application customizations to help the engineers do their jobs more efficiently. He had been in this role since December 2012 and prior to that was a mechanical engineer designing electronic system packages at IBM, Solectron, C-MAC and Nortel Networks. In his spare time he enjoys playing board games with the family and working in his church.
Your fellow Pro/User, Joe Assion, seen below sporting his very handsome new Pro/Users shirt at the NASA Glenn Research Center, traveled all the way from the state of Ohio to bring a real, Apollo-era PLSS (Portable Life Support System) for everyone to see.