Creo vs DesignSpark Mechanical

Starting Price

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Best For

PTC Creo is used by discrete manufacturers and design teams for mechanical engineering, design, and manufacturing. Creo provides modeling, finite element analysis, surfacing, and tooling abilities.

Professional design engineers, University/school students, Hobbyists, Makers

Rating


4.4 / 5
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4.3 / 5
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Ideal number of Users

1 - 1000+

1000+

Ease of Use


3.8 / 5


  • "User friendly,can access and understand easily."

  • "If you are easily frustrated by non-intuitive software you are probably better off with Autodesk Inventor or SolidWorks."


4.2 / 5


Customer Support


4 / 5



4.5 / 5


Features & Functionality


4.2 / 5


  • "It's been used by a lot of companies like KTM Duke was entirely built in this software so learning this software helps you out in different ways."

  • "You can build assemblies and test them. Easy to use and fast to hang."


4.5 / 5


Value for Money


3.8 / 5



4.4 / 5


Product Features

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  • check 2D Drawing
  • close Animation
  • check Annotations
  • check Bill of Materials
  • close Collaboration Tools
  • check Component Library
  • check Data Import / Export
  • check For 3D Printing
  • close For Architects
  • check For Manufacturers
  • close Reference Management
  • close Simulation

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Platform

Web/Installed

Mobile

Web/Installed

Mobile

Support

  • 24/7 (Live Rep)
  • Business Hours
  • Online
  • 24/7 (Live Rep)
  • Business Hours
  • Online

Training

  • check In Person
  • check Live Online
  • check Webinars
  • check Documentation
  • close In Person
  • check Live Online
  • close Webinars
  • check Documentation

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