PTC Creo DEX: Five Resources for Digging Deeper

Ever since we released PTC Creo Design Exploration Extension (DEX), we’ve been posting articles here about how the new add-on for PTC Creo fosters creativity and streamlines idea creation.  By now, you’ve probably seen our short introductory video: In fact, by now you might be hoping to see something besides that introductory video. This post […]

New Release: Directly Open SolidWorks, CATIA, and NX in PTC Creo

As a product designer, you most likely spend a great deal of time trying to get files from disparate 3D CAD software systems to play nicely together. Using the CAD system’s “import” function, you bring in the non-native designs and ultimately create two different files that need to be managed separately. The good news is […]

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Did You Know? Unite Technology and Profiles

With the new Unite technology now available in PTC Creo 3.0, you can directly open file formats from  CATIA, SolidWorks, or Siemens NX. You no longer need translators or other “in between” software or licenses. Often, you can just click File > Open, select the model, and start working with the external file. Simple enough. […]

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Medical Device Manufacturer: PTC Solutions 40% More Stable than Autodesk Inventor

The Institute of Musculoskeletal Science and Education, based in Wayne, Pennsylvania, is an engineering and development firm that specializes in medical devices. With a team of mechanical and manufacturing engineers, regulatory experts, clinical experts, and physicians, ISME takes designs from concept to customer.  “We can take a paper napkin sketch and deliver an FDA cleared […]

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Scott Barkman: Tips for Loading Large Models Faster

Whether you design luxury yachts or handheld medical devices, your assembly can include thousands of parts and sub-assemblies. Try to load all that data into your 3D CAD system, and you may spend hours waiting for every last fastener to make its way to your desktop. Scott Barkman, Portfolio Lead at PTC University, wants you […]

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A Top-Down Design Interruption: Late Changes

Top-down design offers development teams an excellent platform for concurrent engineering. If you use PTC Creo Advanced Assembly Extension (AAX), you may already be using this method to create an assembly where several team members can work on the same product at once without fear of intruding on each other’s’ work, overwriting it, or having […]

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Daktronics Lights Up for the PTC Creo Design Exploration Extension

Nothing reminds us that we live in the twenty-first century more powerfully than mega-LED displays. They fill Times Square in New York City, wow Super Bowl fans in the desert southwest, and turn whole buildings into living art. Check out this insane display from Phoenix Island in Sanya City of Hainan Province in China, and […]

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