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EUREKA Magazine: Blade Cuts Compressor Costs

“Lontra’s Blade Compressor, which is its core technology, is a departure from the traditional piston-based systems. Instead of having a linear piston that draws air in on the outward stroke and compresses it on the inward, the Blade Compressor effectively wraps a cylinder in a circle, with a constantly rotating ‘piston head’. A constantly open […]

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Cloud PLM – A Big Return with a Smaller Investment

PLM has proven the “R” in “ROI” PLM is a proven way to deliver top- and bottom-line value. PLM helps if you just want to improve productivity and reduce complexity or if you have big goals to transform the way your company innovates. Either way, there isn’t much debate that investing in PLM drives a […]

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Design News: CAD Moves to the Start of Design

“In the past, the design process began as an idea that turned into a sketch on paper. From there, the design was forged into a physical object — often using 3D printing. Computer-aided Design (CAD) came in later. Now, the product design often begins with CAD drawings, often in 2D. 3D CAD comes later, and […]

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Technology Evaluation Centers: PTC Offers PLM Cloud for Improved Product Development

“PTC recently announced a new product lifecycle management (PLM) software offering, PTC PLM Cloud, catering to the needs of small and midsize (SMB) product companies. This solution leverages the flagship PTC Windchill platform, while simplifying PLM adoption with a flexible subscription offering that matches the team collaboration and product data management (PDM) needs of SMBs. […]

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Cloud for Data Management – The Sweet Spot?

There’s a lot of talk about the cloud in engineering circles and these discussions often split into a couple of different categories. There’s the movement of our design tools into a more cloud-based environment. Whether that’s using a desktop client and synchronizing automatically to a remote server or whether it’s a browser-based geometry wrangling tool […]

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Engineering.com: PTC PLM Cloud: New PTC Windchill SaaS Offering for SMBs

“Recently, PTC announced release of New PTC Windchill SaaS offerings for small and midsized companies.  PTC has played in the cloud segment with its old On Demand offering though its partners that have deployed some of PTC’s customers’ Windchill product in the cloud, though all of it is in the private cloud. PTC will make its […]

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NASA Tech Briefs: VINCENT Systems Prosthetics Give Patients A New Feel For Life

“Although crude prosthetic hands have been available for many years, in recent decades, technological advances have made possible artificial hands that offer an ever-wider range of grips and movements. The newest versions, sometimes called bionic hands, use sophisticated electronics and software in an attempt to more closely mimic a wider range of the hand’s natural […]

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In Case You Missed It: The Most Read Blogs in December

It’s time for our roundup of last month’s most popular blog articles—this time with a slight twist. Instead of counting down the top 5, we’re counting down the top 6. Why? Because 5th and 6th place were so close, we couldn’t stand to play favorites. Peruse last month’s countdown of popular posts, and make sure […]

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Get Real About MCAD-ECAD Integration

When basic household goods like thermostats and washing machines are stacked with enough custom software and electronics to rival the average computing device, it’s hard to remain a purist about mechanical engineering. For years, the mantra has been all about forging tighter connections between mechanical and electrical engineering disciplines, and more recently, embedded software. Yet […]

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GraphicSpeak: SPECapc releases PTC Creo 3.0 benchmark

Eight workflows test all aspects of hardware performance for use with Creo. “Performance benchmarking specialist SPEC has released a new benchmark for PTC’s Creo 3.0 CAD software. The software tool allows users of Creo to evaluate and compare hardware performance. The SPECapc for PTC Creo 3.0 benchmark provides eight workflows that exercise all aspects of […]

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