Options Modeler utilizes interchangeable components within Configurable Modules where components are setup to be replaceable with each other. You can establish interchangeability within a Configurable Module using a family table of similar components or an Interchange assembly. Generally if you can replace components in a Design assembly then you can utilize them in a Configurable Module for Options Modeler.... (Show more)(Show less)
In this tutorial you learn about Options Modeler. Options Modeler enables you to create two new assembly sub-types, Configurable Product and Configurable Module. You can run Options Modeler within Creo Parametric or as a stand-alone app. Options Modeler behaves similar to Assembly mode and most Assembly mode functionality is available, however you cannot create 3-D models from scratch.... (Show more)(Show less)
Options and choices define the selectable configurations that you create with Options Modeler. Assigning components to choices provides the link between selectable choices and module variants that belong to a configuration.... (Show more)(Show less)
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