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We live to write about the product development process, and we’ve been doing it for years now. But to do that well, we need feedback from you—the product design and development community. Our number one goal is to provide you with the stories you want to read about the most. So help us keep it […]

The Best 3D CAD Tools Combine Parametric and Direct Modeling

Editor’s Note: Do you agree that the best product design strategies combine both parametric and direct modeling? Why or why not? We want to know! Be sure to submit your comments in the text box at the bottom of this page. The most innovative manufacturing companies today use a combination of parametric and direct 3D […]

Parametric vs. Direct Modeling: Which Side Are You On?

Editor’s Note: What’s your take on the parametric vs. direct modeling debate? We want to know! Be sure to submit your comments in the text box at the bottom of this page. Engineers have long debated the virtues of parametric versus direct modeling. Some like the freedom and flexibility of direct modeling, while others prefer […]

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FIRST Team Profile: The Power Hawks from Edgewater, Maryland

The FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) organization is all about helping students get involved with science and technology. And at PTC, we’re a big fan of that mission. Through robotics completion like the FIRST Tech Challenge and the FIRST Robotics completion bright teams of young people from all over the world […]

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cadalyst: Robot Designers Take Cues from Nature

“In the world of biomimetics, scientists and engineers model their creations after living creatures. Biomimetic robots are as diverse as their biological inspirations, which include everything from insects to fish. Boston Engineering’s BIOSwimmer unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV), for example, is a robotic tuna. Like Chung’s robotic falcon, the BIOSwimmer was designed to mimic the locomotion […]

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Getting to Yes: Justifying the Cost of Your Package Upgrade

Buying a package upgrade for your existing PTC Creo software seat can boost your productivity, improve the team’s design productivity, and save money. We’ve talked several times on this blog about that recently. Nonetheless, business teams outside of design and engineering may need some more convincing. Management, finance, and procurement often prefer less upfront investment, with software extensions […]

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Design World: 3D Scanning and Printing Used to Retrofit Lotus 340R

“While some companies are promising an entire car made of 3D-printed parts, C.ideas, a rapid prototyping company, is using 3D scanning and printing technologies to create and manufacture replacement parts for rare vehicles. The company used scanning, software and printing products from 3D Systems to produce more than 40 replacement components for a Lotus 340R, […]

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New Life for the World’s Longest Fence with PTC Solutions

In this article, we’re going to talk about a British device manufacturer and how its R&D team uses PTC products to enhance innovation. But first let’s talk about the problem with dingoes. Dingoes are large, wild dogs introduced into Australia from Asia and India thousands of years ago. And while the predator keeps populations of […]

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