Amstel Engineering, based in Amsterdam, is a full-service engineering firm that develops everything from shop fixtures to airplane parts. It’s the kind of company whose clients might want to work in Autodesk Inventor, Catia, NX, SolidWorks, or AutoCAD. And lately, many have been asking for work in PTC Creo.
That’s why Amstel Engineering adopted the software along with the PTC Creo Advanced Assembly Extension (AAX). With PTC Creo, engineers will develop concepts, detailed designs, and even assembly instruction documents.
With the AAX, they’re able to load complex products and support well-planned top-down design processes. They’ve access to powerful assembly management and easily create variants of designs.
According to GPO Solutions, an authorized PTC reseller, Amstel has also benefited with better collaboration with customers.
More about working with large assemblies
Amstel Engineering is just one of many companies that rely on PTC Creo to work with large assemblies. We’ve talked about many of them over the past several weeks. If you work with large, complex models, check out some of the other stories:
- Fantom, Floor care, Turkey
- INSEAN, Naval architecture, Italy
- JR Automation, assembly lines, USA
- Ma.in, Heavy equipment, San Marino
- Magnesium Elektron, Magnesium alloy products, UK
- Pfiffner, Precision metal parts, Switzerland
- SolMates, Thin film deposition, The Netherlands
- Thyssen Krupp, Bulk materials handling, South Africa
- Vax, Floor care, UK
- Viktorikreins, Cranes, Russia
- Zhengzhao, Mining equipment, China