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Bang: When Life Depends on Design

India has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the world. Can product design help? That’s a challenge a group from Stanford University, Embrace Global put to Bang, a design firm in Bangalore, India. Stanford entrepreneurs had an idea to innovate an incubator/baby warmer that would work in rural areas of the country, where […]

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Massive Machines: Vuylsteke Construction

Vuylsteke Construction is a Belgian company that focuses on metal works—aluminum, stainless steel, and steel. Since the company launched in 2000, it’s constructed cranes, hoppers, generator chasses, and many, many other products. It also offers maintenance and repair services for companies struggling with a shortage of good technicians and machines that have fallen into disrepair. […]

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PTC Creo 3.0 Top Enhancement: Google Searchable Help

The recently unveiled PTC Creo ensures that new users are able to learn quickly, and experienced users are able to achieve higher levels of productivity. When starting the software, users will now see a dedicated window displaying what’s new in the release. New getting started tutorials and guides have also been added, allowing new users […]

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Daktronics Designs Huge Visual Communications Systems with PTC Creo

Even if you’ve never heard the name Daktronics Inc., chances are you’re familiar with their work. They are responsible for creating some of the biggest scoreboards and video displays known to man – and they use PTC Creo to help make it happen. In addition to giant scoreboards in sports stadiums and arenas, Daktronics has […]

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Update: Heavy Lift Quadcopter Designed with PTC Creo Lands First Customer

Did you read our story last week about the Incredible Heavy Lift Quadcopter? The HLQ is a gasoline-powered autonomous flying vehicle designed by four students at San Jose State University using PTC Creo. This team recently announced they had just signed their first customer: “We have partnered with United Equipment Corp (UEC) to finish HLQ and deliver […]

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Students Building the World’s First Heavy Lift Quadcopter

Last year, Nick Conover and three other students at San Jose State University pitched an idea on Kickstarter. The Incredible HLQ (pronounced Hulk) would be an autonomous gasoline-powered 4-rotor helicopter that could carry an unprecedented payload of 50 pounds. Here’s their original pitch: [Ed- their project is now fully funded] A drone engineered to run […]

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PTC Creo 3.0 Top Enhancement: PTC Mathcad Integration

One of the great new features of PTC Creo 3.0 is the enhanced integration of PTC Creo Parametric with PTC Mathcad, PTC’s highly popular engineering calculations software. Users will have the ability to integrate a PTC Mathcad worksheet directly inside a PTC Creo Parametric part or assembly. They will also be able to seamlessly read […]

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PTC on the Shop Floor: Maxmill Machinery

There’s something hypnotic about a CNC machine in action. Amid the dust and the hum of a shop floor, it mills even the most complicated slots and pockets with an inhuman accuracy and speed. And if it’s what industry calls a “machine center,” the device will even change its own tools—so that parts can go […]

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