PTC Creo

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Why Make the Switch to Analysis-Led Design?

Transforming concepts into fully-featured, detailed 3D models is right in your wheelhouse and you’re fluent enough to handle the job using any number of CAD packages. Validating designs with CAE is totally different story, however. Simulation work falls outside of your comfort zone and your preference is to hand over responsibility to a trained CAE specialist.

Robo Mustangs Speak the Universal Language of Robotics

Each FIRST robotics team has a great story, and the Mustangs are no different. Armed with absolutely no robotics experience, and in some cases, a language barrier, the team’s first year underwent a granite-faced learning curve.

Desktop Engineering: Students Take Flight with Drone Design at ASME Competition

“From unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) carrying out defense missions to new consumer models being tapped for aerial photography, drones are drawing interest across the board.

The fascination with this “hot” technology isn’t lost on the American Society of Mechanical Engineer’s (ASME), which gave drones the starring role in its latest student competition.

Designing Precision Injection Molds with PTC Creo

Hi-Technology Group Ltd. specializes in precision injection molding for products that require tight tolerances even when produced in volume. That could include anything from medical devices to military equipment. Hi-Tech does everything from designing to tooling to manufacturing—whatever the customer needs.

There’s just one disadvantage when your company focuses on a process rather than a single industry: You have to be ready to develop just about anything for anybody. Consider these two case studies:

Designing Precision Injection Molds with PTC Creo

Hi-Technology Group Ltd. specializes in precision injection molding for products that require tight tolerances even when produced in volume. That could include anything from medical devices to military equipment. Hi-Tech does everything from designing to tooling to manufacturing—whatever the customer needs.

There’s just one disadvantage when your company focuses on a process rather than a single industry: You have to be ready to develop just about anything for anybody. Consider these two case studies:

Getting Started with PTC’s Visualization Services and Products

PTC recently published a fantastic document called PTC Windchill and PTC Creo View Visualization Getting Started Guide. Think of this document as the ever expanding, annotated book of bookmarks for anything you ever wanted to know about PTC Windchill Visualization Services, or WVS. It starts off with a simple publishing example of PTC Creo data and increases in complexity to describe multi-CAD worker scenarios, including CAD data file synchronization.

Toy Maker Creates 2.7 Billion Playmobil People With PTC Solutions

Germany’s largest toy company, Geobra Brandstatter (maker of Playmobil), is celebrating its 40th birthday this year. But the colorful family of interchangeable, clip-grip, helmet-haired models shows no sign of old age.

Toy Maker Creates 2.7 Billion Playmobil People With PTC Solutions

Germany’s largest toy company, Geobra Brandstatter (maker of Playmobil), is celebrating its 40th birthday this year. But the colorful family of interchangeable, clip-grip, helmet-haired models shows no sign of old age.

Engineering.com: Why PTC thinks that Smart, Connected Products will transform your business … and your PLM

“Where is PTC heading? There’s a lot of talk about Smart Connected Products, the Internet of Things, M2M, SLM and their new solutions ThingWorx and Servigistics. There is less talk about CAD and PLM. Have the priorities changed?

Engineering.com: Why PTC thinks that Smart, Connected Products will transform your business … and your PLM

“Where is PTC heading? There’s a lot of talk about Smart Connected Products, the Internet of Things, M2M, SLM and their new solutions ThingWorx and Servigistics. There is less talk about CAD and PLM. Have the priorities changed?

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