Author Archives: Mark Brunelli

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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PTC Featured in Closing Ceremony at NASDAQ

PTC rang the closing bell at the NASDAQ Stock Market in New York City last Thursday. PTC employees and management rang the bell to honor our record of innovation and success over the past 25 years as a public company. The ceremony also highlighted PTC’s vision for the world of the Internet of Things (IoT). […]

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Parent Coaches Speak Out for FIRST

After reading the many stories we’ve posted about FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) programs on this blog, you might get the impression things like the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) and other FIRST robotics competitions are just for K-12 kids with a love of science. But a little further investigation reveals that […]

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The Top Five Most Read Blogs in October

October might be best known for falling leaves, baseball playoffs, and scores of children dressed as ghouls and goblins. But this past October was also a great month for those of us lucky enough to blog about engineering software. Many of the blogs we posted struck a chord with readers. But as always, a handful […]

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Aberdeen Research Roundup: What Top Performers Know

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No matter what field or industry you work in, you can’t help but wonder how everybody else is faring. What challenges do they face? How do they solve their problems? Do they have “secret weapons,” and do those weapons work? Luckily, we have industry analysts like Aberdeen Research to find answers for us all. They […]

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Why Top Innovators Use Direct and Parametric Modeling

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PTC promotes both parametric and direct modeling for 3D product development. While some companies model their parts and assemblies with one or the other, more are using a combination of parametric and direct approaches. We’d like to introduce you to three such companies: medical device maker Digi02, optics manufacturer Calin Technology Co., and engineering firm […]

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New Release: Tackling Mold Analysis Issues with PTC Creo

Anyone charged with designing plastics parts or injection molds for plastics design spends a lot of time thinking about how to make sure that their creations are fully optimized for the injection molding process. And making sure those designs are optimized is no easy task. For starters, designers need to determine whether the mold will […]

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Five Essential PTC Creo 3.0 Tutorials

PTC made headlines recently when it introduced the newest version of PTC Creo. And as part of the PTC Creo 3.0 release, the PTC University Learning Exchange posted more than 100 new tutorials to showcase the new features found in our flagship CAD software offering. Five of these tutorials are watched more than the others, […]

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Where Manager’s Get Product Development Wrong

The analysts have bad news: Some of your company’s barriers to success are coming from right within your own organization. The good news? You can do something about it. In a recent report from Aberdeen Research, analyst Reid Paquin identified a portion of companies that are successful in spite of the many challenges they face […]

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