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Unsurpassed visual collaboration

Product development involves a variety of content from many different sources. One of the biggest issues faced by many manufacturers is how to efficiently share the large volume of digital product content created throughout the product development process. Creo View MCAD - formerly ProductView - offers superior integration with Windchill, Creo Elements/Pro, a variety of MCAD and ECAD applications and over 200 other document types. With Creo View MCAD, everyone who needs to can view, markup, interact and collaborate on all forms of digital product data.

By investing in Creo View MCAD, you can immediately realize the proven performance benefits of PTC's industry-leading visualization solution, with complete confidence that your investment will be fully compatible and transferable to Creo, the design software solution set to deliver break-through productivity gains. What's more, your current ProductView data is also fully compatible with Creo.

Features & Benefits

  • Provide product information access to all team members in a Web-centric and scalable environment
  • View a myriad of product data (e.g., MCAD/ECAD files, MS Office documents) without the authoring application
  • Accurately measure, section and compare 3D models, and assemble parts and complex product structures
  • Collaborate on centrally organized digital product information through markups and real-time collaboration
  • Improved productivity by allowing users to easily share visual information across the enterprise

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