Additive Manufacturing

Design, optimize, validate and print-check the highly complex geometry that can only be produced through additive manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing (3D printing) is the process of building an object one thin layer of material at a time. The definition is simple, but the process is not. Creo AMX has the potential to revolutionize design and manufacturing. It leads to rapid creation of design concepts, cost reduction through part consolidation, optimized designs, eliminated costly rework, increasingly innovative products and more. High-quality products can be designed with decreased costs, restrictions, weight, and waste: but with increased efficiency, design freedom, and faster manufacturing times. Companies around the world are utilizing 3D printing for protyping, product development, and innovation; and the outlook has been extremely promising. Creo closes the gap between 3D CAD and 3D printing.

3D Printing with Creo: Additive Manufacturing

With Creo, what you design is actually what you print. Say goodbye to the disconnected, error-ridden hassle of multiple software packages. With proven success producing high-quality molds, tooling, and manufacturing aids, individuals from all industries are now looking to incorporate Additive Manufacturing into their designs and lines of work.

Additive Manufacturing Overview

Design, optimize, validate, and print-check the highly complex geometry that can only be produced through additive manufacturing with Creo. With proven successes producing high-quality molds, tooling, manufacturing aids and more, manufacturers from all industries have begun to prosper from this new technology.