CAD Configurator Connects to PTC Creo (Pro/E), SOLIDWORKS, and Inventor

PTC Creo (Pro/E), SOLIDWORKS, and Inventor Configurator Functionality

PTC, Autodesk, SolidWorksConfigure One CPQ gives you a competitive advantage by connecting seamlessly with solid CAD models, allowing your CPQ tool to dynamically generate sales drawings, virtual product images, 3D models, and even production drawings. This CAD configurator functionality is so intuitive that people without CAD skills such as customer service reps, sales people, and even your end customers can take advantage of these impressive capabilities.

CAD Configurator: So Many Advantages!

Configure One CPQ can leverage your existing investment in solid modeling CAD and design automation. It allows you to work seamlessly with automated PTC Creo (Pro/E), SOLIDWORKS and Inventor models and drawings. No matter whether you use it as a SOLIDWORKS configurator, a Creo configurator, or an Autodesk configurator, the advantages to your organization are the same.

Best of all, end users don’t need to understand CAD. They can:

  • automatically generate to-scale sales and production drawings, product images and CAD downloadable files (.dwg, STEP, .dxf and others)
  • connect to each solid modeling tool using straightforward administrative screens
  • automatically generate bills of material with either the CAD bill of material functionality, Configure One’s native bill of material functionality or a combination of both
  • regenerate/rebuild solid models as configurations are built, or “behind the scenes” as a result of a change in configuration/order status

In many companies generating sales drawings is a bottleneck consuming valuable engineering resources. With a SOLIDWORKS configurator, a Creo configurator, or an Inventor configurator, your quote-to-order lead time is reduced and engineers are freed up to work on complex orders and new product design.