what is the difference between Creo with One space designer, ..?

what is the difference between Creo with One space designer, ..?
and why most people do not know the software (One space designer), ..?

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I'll take a stab at that...

PTC, like several CAD companies, is working to restructure their software and how engineers and designers model things. They would really like us all to be able to use the strengths of direct modeling and parametric/history based modeling all at once.

OneSpace designer, which I have always called CoCreate, was PTCs direct modeling software. They have now incorporated OneSpace into Creo, and I believe that Creo Direct is simply the version of CoCreate/OneSpace that came after CoCreate 17.0. I'm using CoCreate 17.0 at work (and I like it a lot), but haven't yet used what's officially titled Creo 2.0 or Creo Direct.

Why doesn't anyone know about OneSpace...I don't know! I, too, have wondered the same. In my area (Pacific NW USA) there are a couple of large consumer product companies that use CoCreate/OneSpace, but beyond that I don't run into it much. For more information on OneSpace, check out the user forum: http://www.cocreateusers.org/forum/

For PTC's official take on CoCreate/Creo Direct: http://www.ptc.com/product/creo/creo-cocreate-customer.htm

 
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Creo Elements/Direct should not be confused with Creo Direct. Creo Direct is an entirely different program, a direct and parametric hybrid, still under development.
It is rumored that PTC put all CoCreate/OneSpace developers to work on the direct part of Creo Direct and that's why there is hardly any development in Creo Elements/Direct.

 
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