Discussion in 'Creo or Pro/Engineer' started by desai95, Feb 15, 2014.
Help me out
Since Pro E changed its name to CREO, they are the same product.
Unless you mean the product called CREO Direct?
ProE is more stable, creo has a little more functionality and improved GUI. I know from yrs of using both. If I were a multiple seat + EDM user I'd go for pro E. If I were a single seat id go for creo. Hope that helps!
Isn't Creo just the next version of Pro/E? Presumably there won't be any choice between the two anymore if Pro/E is being phased out?
Are pro E and creo same i just on the phase to start learning the program for the first time which one do u think i should go for
So which one should i learn pro E or creo
Go with Creo. Same software with a new name
As far as I know, "Creo Parametric" is the new brand of the old ProE.
There is also another NOT parametric software version called Creo Direct Modeling (the old name was CoCreate).
If you are just starting out, I would go with the latest version of Creo. If you learn that and start with a company that is using an older version of Pro-E you will find that most of the functionality is there with some asthetic differences. Creo seems to me to be more "Microsoft Office" oriented where Pro-E is more menu driven.
I would recommend going with whatever your customer base uses. All of my current customers use Creo Elements. I find the modeling to be very similar including surfacing but I hate the drawings layout. I can't figure out who thought the stupid tabs were a good idea.
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