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Samara News: Creating Nano-satellites with PTC Creo

Samara State Aerospace University (SSAU) recently hosted its International Summer Space School, titled “Advanced space technology and experiments: From idea to nano-satellite mission.” According to the Russian newspaper, Volga Commune, “For two weeks, students from Italy, the United States, Portugal, Japan, Romania, Mexico, Colombia, Kazakhstan and Russia worked together develop their own nanosatellites.” A nano-satellite […]

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EngineeringSpot.de: Year-long design process cut to 3 weeks with PTC Creo and Inneo

By now, everyone has seen a mobile capture device—whether you’ve signed for a package at your door or have seen a handheld scanner at the grocery store. Most of these devices come from one of two major producers, Motorola and Honeywell. But look closer, and you might notice a third name on most of those […]

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KonstruktionsPraxis.de: HellermannTyton Ties Together CAD Systems and PTC Windchill

[Ed. At HellermannTyton, product developers solved the problem of working with global customers in diverse industries, each with a preferred CAD system, by simply using whatever CAD system the customer used. Over time, the company has built up a catalog of tens of thousands of products and variants. The secret to keeping track of a […]

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NOLA.com: Inspiring Kids with STEM and PTC Creo

“There is nothing more precious than our children. The future of our country depends on the quality of life and education we provide for them here and now.” Barbara Koscak, founder of STARBASE Academy, a Department of Defense STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) program for youth.  Koscak recently attended a PTC Creo training seminar held […]

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Corriere Comunicazioni: “Marriage of IoT and CAD”

It is no coincidence that Rob Gremley was chosen to head the new Internet of Things (IoT) business unit at PTC. Gremley is an expert in CAD software (the core business of the Needham-based company) and the manufacturing sector. After observing a growing demand to link physical machines back to their design processes, PTC began acquiring companies specializing in analytics for IoT and integrating them together. The next […]

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BBC: The Monster Tunneling Under London (designed with PTC Creo)

Subterranean London is a crowded environment, home to a tangled tapestry of tunnels, sewers, foundations, power lines and abandoned stations that excite archaeologists and send a shiver down the spine of anyone who has to actually build anything down there. Which makes it all the more remarkable that engineers have managed to construct 26 miles […]

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3Ders.org: PTC Creo Used to Design Road-Ready 3D-Printed Cars

Over the past few years, the Phoenix, AZ-based Local Motors company has been repeatedly praised by the 3D printing community for their efforts to realize actually functional 3D printed cars. And they have gotten increasingly good at it, unveiling their signature Strati car last year. In September 2014; they actually took it for a test […]

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Plastics Today: Additive Manufacturing Takes Conformal Cooling to New Heights with PTC Creo

Conformal cooling is an analysis to establish the most effective uniform cooling of injection molded parts. This generally results in a more complex cooling channel arrangement than can be achieved by conventional machining. Additive manufacturing techniques allow the cooling channels to be made exactly as the analysis demands, without the limitations that normal machining techniques […]

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Teacher & Students 3D Print an Amazing Baseball Bat Swinging Prosthetic Hand with PTC Creo

Last year, a teacher at Hudson High School in Hudson, Massachusetts, named Ryan Dailey, got some students together to 3D print a prosthetic hand for a middle school girl. While talking with this girl’s parents, the topic of sports and most specifically softball came up. Softball, for those of you who are unaware, is virtually […]

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ComputerWorld UK: 3D Printing Gets a Boost as Major Design Software Vendor Partners with Printer Firm

IoT firm and design software specialists PTC is collaborating with a 3D printer firm to optimise the computer assisted design-to-printing process for manufacturers. Typically designers and manufacturers use a variety of tools along with 3D CAD software to design, optimise and validate parts before 3D printing, which leaves opportunities for mistakes. Now Stratasy’ 3D printers will work seamlessly with PTC’s Creo 3.0 design […]

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