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Likelihood to Recommend

AutoCAD LT

AutoCAD LT is suitable for engineers that uses DWG formats casually and don't rely on AutoCAD as the main tool to issue drawings in the workflow. AutoCAD LT is best suited for firms that do not use LISP functions in AutoCAD and do not care about 3D modeling. Although AutoCAD LT has other missing functions when compared to standard AutoCAD, these features are of less importance and can't be noticed.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

PTC Creo

I know that it was great for us with our 3D printers and modeling. We made classroom prototypes with students but also used it to make classroom materials, solve problems in our organization, create images/models, etc. I also know many engineers who use this software. Overall we were able to tailor it to our 4th-6th grade students but would be great if there were some modifications that we could make for students.
Karee Smith | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

AutoCAD LT

  • The library feature for all areas is to me AutoCAD LT's extra strong point, it makes it easier to find information within the program itself.
  • The fast solutions and precise development of drawings and projects is also another strong point.
  • I use the floor plans, elevations, sections and the hydraulic designs to work with my students on physics projects.
  • The software allows you to scale model and remodel as many times as you need, from simple to more complex designs
  • Importing and exporting files is also very simple to perform making corrections and quick feedback to students easy.
Jaciara Fagundes | TrustRadius Reviewer

PTC Creo

  • PTC Creo contains many advanced tools with better optimization for creating part models and other production related drawings.
  • The initial concept designs can be done more adequately.
  • The parameters of 2D drawings can be changed easily by editing the 3D model.
  • The productivity can be increased by customized tools for modeling.
Aravind Dirisipo | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

AutoCAD LT

  • All LISP functions are missing on AutoCAD LT
  • Missing Architectural and Mechanical tool-sets
  • No 3D modeling of any kind
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

PTC Creo

  • Drawing creation is bit difficult for the user.
  • User interface can be more user-friendly.
Vinod Kumar | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

AutoCAD LT

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PTC Creo

PTC Creo 8.0
Based on 2 answers
I liked the training manuals I used to learn some, as I didn’t have CAD background in college or before this job. My coworkers were able to share with me what they learned in PTC training and I was able to get support online and through reading.
Karee Smith | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

AutoCAD LT

AutoCAD LT can be used by non-engineers, but free programs are usually for professionals.And other software started to introduce some tools that only AutoCAD LT had, so why waste time looking for what is fully found in AutoCAD LT.
Jaciara Fagundes | TrustRadius Reviewer

PTC Creo

PTC Creo has two main advantages. First, large assemblies with lots of different parts files, and its file structure that can handle these large assemblies without bogging the software done. Second, its ability to do advanced simulations without having to export the files to do the animations in a third-party software.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

AutoCAD LT

  • AutoCAD LT reduced the cost of design softwares in the firm
  • Has greater ROI
  • The missing features had no effect on the profits
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

PTC Creo

  • Creo is our standard design package and as such we have had a negative impact on time spent designing because it is less user-friendly.
  • In difficult design situations, we have had a positive impact because Creo is better suited for complex designs.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

AutoCAD LT

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

AutoCAD LT Editions & Modules

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PTC Creo

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

PTC Creo Editions & Modules

Edition
Design Package$2,480.00
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