About Model Processor
What is Model Processor?
Model Processor supports you in processing large amounts of data or complex tasks.
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The major task definitions are:
- Model analyses
- Model overhauls
Powerful tool to analyze Creo Parametric data
- Qualitative statements about model settings in master data
- Requirement for expenditure assessment for PDM introductions
- Requirement for a realistic assessment of suggested CAD work regulations
Powerful tool to overhaul Creo Parametric data
- Support in the PDM introduction process (master data, library adaptation, subsequent parameter update, ...)
- Support for the reinforcement of CAD work regulations
- Improvement of the model data quality
Use in interactive and automated batch processing mode possible.
- Models are overhauled by a steadily increasing number of actions. The tool should relieve the operator of as many tasks as possible.
- Operating the individual actions should be as easy and efficient as possible (beginners and advanced users, enhanced filters, ...).
- Large data volumes should be overhauled without user intervention "over night".
- Logs provide information on Model Processor activities at any time.
- Each setting and privilege should be available at any time all over the world (provided that internet is available).
Typical sequence of a model overhaul
Why are these individual steps necessary?
- Many models are modified inside a short time.
- Frequently, the effect of a modification is not immediately obvious.
- Example: Changing the material can lead to invalid relations (MATERIAL=MATERIAL_PARAM("CONDITION)).
- Individual actions offer complex definitions.
- Example:"NO" shall be inserted at the 7th digit of the "CLASSIFICATION" parameter of all models that contain a "PARTTYPE" parameter with the value "*NORM".