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TCT Magazine: Stratasys to showcase one-stop shop for 3D printing at formnext

Stratasys has announced that it will demonstrate a one-stop shop for its entire additive manufacturing solutions range with its largest ever tradeshow stand at the inaugural formnext powered by tct. Andy Middleton, President, Stratasys, EMEA, explained: “The shape of Stratasys’ offering to the marketplace has expanded considerably in recent times, as has the range of […]

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Design News: Design Engineers Get Schooled on Manufacturing

Design engineers, especially new engineering graduates, are always ready to come up with innovative and cool new products and ingenious systems. Yet, design for manufacturability (DFM) comes to dominate their creative process; their designs need to meet very specific terms for manufacturing. This can include everything from working with approved parts, to where a hole […]

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YouTube: Set Up PTC Creo Model Display Options to Increase Performance

This video explains adjustments you can make to the PTC Creo Model Display options and increase your system performance and responsiveness. There are some simple options you can adjust to increase performance and system responsiveness. These changes won’t rock your world, but … Read more

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Creo Community: Emer SpA Enables 14. 8 Million Vehicles to Go Green with PTC

While looking for examples of sustainable design this month, PTC customer Emer SpA caught our attention for their focus on alternative fuels. But we’re not the only ones, their systems for converting gasoline-powered vehicles to compressed natural gas (CNG) have been installed in over 14.8 million vehicles and are particularly popular in Pakistan and Bangladesh. […]

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Aerospace Complex Engineering: Russian Space Center Invests in PTC Software

Russia’s Rocket and Space Center (RCC)  announced that it plans to spend 179 million rubles to purchase software from American company Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC), according to “Chronograph”. The investment includes PTC Windchill and PTC Creo and will help with continuing development of the Progress spacecraft, which services the international space station. “RCC “Progress” has already worked […]

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Desktop Engineering: Managing Your Design Engineering Material Data

A full understanding of materials is crucial to product development, yet the decision to gather, store and use material data in a modern automated fashion has for the most part eluded the users of mainstream CAD/PLM/SCM technology. All of the software vendors that DE spoke with agree that most engineering companies, regardless of size, are still […]

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RoboSpartans Blog: RoboSpartans Set Out to Grow PTC in Central New York

The RoboSpartans FIRST Tech Challenge robotics team came home from the World Championship in St. Louis with quite a list of goals for their next season.  At the top of that list, in huge print, were the letters PTC. As team member Timothy Ha put it “At Worlds, we suddenly found ourselves in a sea […]

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Mashable: Is this the design for the first road-ready 3D-printed car?

The future of driving may not just be autonomous, it could be 3D printed. This week, Local Motors, the company that brought you the world’s first 3D-printed car (the Strati), took another significant step forward on the road to highway-ready 3D printed vehicles: On Tuesday, it awarded 39-year-old Kevin Lo $7,500 for his 3D-printed car […]

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Kharkov News: Ukrainian Universities Partner to Keep Agricultural Machinery Skills Alive

[Ed. In the Ukraine’s second largest city,  Kharkiv National Technical University of Agriculture in partnership with several other universities recently launched a cooperative program called, “Farming.” As part of that program, the university will offer students a course in agricultural machinery design, using PTC Creo.] The launch of a new educational farming program took place on August 28 on the campus of […]

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Cars Technica: Welcome to the Era of Open Source Cars

Even if they’ve been longtime partners, the tech sector’s influence on the automotive industry has never been stronger. OEMs in Detroit, Stuttgart, Seoul, and elsewhere are continually transforming cars to meet the demands of consumers now conditioned to smartphones (and their 18-month refresh cycle). Much of this is being driven by cheap and rugged hardware […]

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