No stranger to the hardware market, Microsoft not only used Creo to design the Surface but also the Xbox, Kinect and Arc Touch mouse devices.
On top of that, the engineering department at Microsoft uses Creo Parametric running on a Surface to design future iterations of the range.
What Creo can do for you:
- It’s all here: from the basics of part and assembly modeling to mechanisms to aesthetic surface design.
- Take advantage of technical surfacing capabilities, advanced surfacing, rendering, and reverse engineering.
- Explore innovative product development opportunities with the most powerful concept design tools on the market, including: freeform surfacing, integrated parametric and direct modeling, and more.
- Easily create 2D schematic designs and documentation for piping, cabling, and harnesses, and then use them to drive the associated 3D CAD models.
- Analyse and validate the performance of your 3D CAD designs before you make the first part.
- Make sure stakeholders throughout the organisation can easily view, interact, and share product data.
- Ensure product designs seamlessly transition to manufacturing with NC, tooling and mold design solutions.
- Work effectively with data from multiple CAD systems in a single design environment.
- Open and work with very large assemblies without waiting for screen regens
- Create AR experiences in 2 minutes
- Link your smart connected real world products to your CAD model for real data driven design
- Cut design and drawing production costs
- Safe time with Model Based Definition
- Safely and easily manage large projects with top down design