PTC Creo EMX is an indispensable add-on tool for moldmakers and toolmakers that eliminates timeconsuming, tedious tasks and the need for data translation that typically slows down the product development process.
PTC Creo EMX allows users to create moldbase layouts in a familiar 2D environment and automatically generate a 3D model to leverage the benefits of 3D design. The 2D process-driven GUI guides you toward your optimal design and updates automatically during the development of the moldbase. You can choose from a catalog of standard components (DME, HASCO, FUTABA, PROGRESSIVE, STARK, etc.) or customized components. The resulting 3D models are then used for interference checking during mold opening, as well as for automatic generation of deliverables such as production detail drawings and BOMs. PTC Creo EMX increases design speed because the unique graphical interface gives you quick, real-time previewing before the 3D component or assembly is automatically placed. Once your components are placed, operations such as clearance cuts and drilled and tapped holes are automatically created in the appropriate neighboring plates and components, thus eliminating tedious and repetitive mold detailing tasks. PTC Creo EMX also enables moldmaking companies to capture their own unique design standards and best practices directly within the mold assemblies and components. Compatibility: Creo 3.0-5.0 Win64 Whats New: Enhancements Add Option to tag ejector bores with parameter BELONGS_TO_WATELRINE to make it visible vor mold design wall thickness check. [RM-5810] Provide a pulldownlist in the Component Editor to define CUTQUILT-specific parameters [RM-5765] Improvements In the udf cut out table for cooling components important D5 and T5 value should always be first in list.[RM-5849] Enable options CREATE_LAYERS_PER_PART and CREATE_GROUP_LAYER again [RM-4217] Bugfixes Fixed issue: Creo Parametric exits prematurely when selecting Assembly Definition with specific assembly. [RM-5500][SPR-5258833] Fixed issue: In some large Meusburger size files have guide pattern values are not defined [RM-5877] HOMEPAGE