For all you people crying about having to learn SolidWorks... At least it's not CREO!
Don't overwrite Roland, Creo is not the same as Pro/E 2000 with text menu
The text menus still show up in several places in Creo. Maybe down to 5-10% in last years version though.
Once you have figured out one history based parametric solid/surface modeler the biggest issue in switching is not learning how the new software works. It is learning how it how it doesn't work. What it is supposed to do is basically the same. It is the things that don't work as they are supposed to and the new workarounds that take time.
Henry Sommer wrote: The text menus still show up in several places in Creo. Maybe down to 5-10% in last years version though
Henry Sommer wrote:
The text menus still show up in several places in Creo. Maybe down to 5-10% in last years version though
Wildfire, for me, it was mostly just an overlay to the old system. I can see that PTC has remained with the old habits.
I used Creo for few months long project several years back. Mildly frustrating, but I ended up being able to do what I needed to. Recently I've been toying with OnShape (now owned by PTC) for home use and I am finding it to be much more intuitive than Creo and much closer to how SW does things.
..you could have gone full on Tiamat..
I had lost count of how many time i tried to search for something as simple as creating numbered note and the support page give me "Not part of Creo Parametric functionality"
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