Creo vs IronCAD Design Collaboration Suite

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.

Custom, low-volume, special purpose machinery manufacturers, including conveyors, factory automation, racking systems and producers of fasteners, fixtures, jigs, pipes, shafts, valves, tools.

Rating


4.4 / 5
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4.6 / 5
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Ideal number of Users

1 - 1000+

1 - 999

Ease of Use


3.8 / 5

4.3 / 5

Customer Support


4 / 5

4.6 / 5

Features & Functionality


4.2 / 5

4.1 / 5

Value for Money


3.9 / 5

4 / 5

Product Features

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  • check 2D Drawing
  • check 3D Modeling
  • close Chemical
  • close Civil
  • check Collaboration
  • check Design Analysis
  • check Design Export
  • check Document Management
  • close Electrical
  • check Mechanical
  • check Mechatronics
  • check Presentation Tools

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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

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

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