Creo (used to be Pro Engineer)

    Creo (used to be Pro Engineer)

    last month i put up a post with a link were you can download a trial of creo (used to be Pro Engineer). compared to solid works its a b#t#h to learn, solid works is fun to look at and use. creo, well lets just say I spent a mount off opening up and not knowing where to start. the other night had my breakthrough, they have sample videos pop up at the start, i'd ignored them as they looked too advanced as a beginner, i was wrong, i'm starting to get the hang off moving about but not sure if i like it when compared to solid works but then with the way solid works is moving and the uncertainty about it as a product it may be no harm to learn other software...

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