Author Archives: Mark Brunelli

A Quick Introduction to the PTC Creo Advanced Assembly Extension

It doesn’t take long for an assembly to become “large.” Even a product that fits in the palm of your hand can contain 100+ parts—think timepieces or medical devices. And if those parts are complex, they can bog down system and human resources as easily as any larger scale model. Things get even more complex […]

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A Closer Look at ThingWorx

PTC made big headlines this year when it acquired a small but well-known technology company called ThingWorx. To truly understand the value of ThingWorx to PTC, it’s helpful to first consider the power of the Internet of Things. When people talk about the Internet of Things (IoT), they’re talking about the connected products. For most, […]

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Aberdeen Research: Unlocking the Value of Virtual Prototypes

The top-performing product design companies simulate early and often, according to a report from analyst firm Aberdeen Research. Doing so helps them cut the costs associated with physical prototyping, and it also helps them deal with increasingly complex product designs. The report, “Unlocking Product Innovation with Virtual Prototypes,” sums up the experiences of more than […]

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PTC Offers Plenty of Free Software Downloads

PTC.com is a big, sophisticated website. It includes many helpful pages for a lot of useful products. As such, it might have been easy to miss one of the most useful PTC.com sites of all: The free downloads page. On the PTC Creo “free software” page, you’ll find links to free versions of PTC Creo […]

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A Quick Introduction to the PTC Creo Piping and Cabling Extension

Some of the trickiest design challenges arise when you involve cables, hoses, pipes, and wires in your product models. They’re difficult to route (and reroute) as you develop other parts and subassemblies, and all too often it just seems easier to wait until later to worry about them. In fact, many designers won’t work out […]

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The Top Five Most Read Blogs in August

August was a month that was full of popular posts on this blog. The launch of PTC Creo 3.0 from earlier this summer continues to be one of the most read articles, while some new topics also proved popular. Here’s the rundown of the top five most-read blogs for the month of August 2014: 1. […]

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Aberdeen Reveals BOM Management Tips for SMBs

Aberdeen Research has conducted a study which shows that increasing complexity tends to complicate and delay product development processes. The top performing companies – or the Best-in-Class — were almost 40% more likely to be using a Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) system to enable BOM (Bill of Materials) business processes. The study, which is entitled […]

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Sign up for a PTC Creo 3.0 Live Webcast and Demonstration!

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With PTC Creo 3.0 now available for download, now’s the time to join one (or more) of our live webcasts to help you learn more about the new software and make the transition to PTC Creo 3.0 with ease. You’ll have the chance to see live demonstrations and live Q&A with PTC Creo experts. Below […]

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Free 30-Day PTC Creo 3.0 Trial Now Available!

The just-released PTC Creo 3.0 – which was launched this summer at the PTC Live Global conference to much fanfare – is now available for download in the form of a free 30-Day trial. Users of the free trial will get a chance to test drive some of the great new features and new enhancements […]

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Penske Builds Newest NASCAR Winners with PTC Creo

Every 10 to 20 years or so, NASCAR calls for dramatic improvements to its race cars. Just six years ago, for example, the Generation 5 body came out. Promising to be much safer than its predecessors, the twenty-first century car became known as the Car of Tomorrow. Unfortunately, fans weren’t impressed. They complained that the […]

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