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The Value of Simulation in Concept Design

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Figuring out a reality-based return on investment for technology is never easy. But, unlike other tools that assist product development, the ROI for simulation is pretty solid. As I’ve written before in a post over at the NAFEMS blog, in general, there are Four ROIs of Simulation. However, for the most part, it is about avoiding […]

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Why Do PTC Creo Users Need Flexible Modeling?

If you’re an engineer or designer using PTC Creo there are a broad range of capabilities at your disposal. However, there are many reasons to consider upgrading your license to a more robust package. Besides the free support resources and training offered, many additional features are available to supplement your product design processes. Chief among […]

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Getting Answers: Who Enables Simulation Driven Design?


This blog post has been licensed for hosting by PTC. The concepts, ideas and positions of this post have been developed independently by Industry Analyst Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights. 2013-2014 © LC Insights LLC What an enigma? By now, I’m sure most of you know the story. Some 15 years ago, the idea of using […]

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Creo Customer: Stryker soups up the rescue cot with Creo

Have you seen the latest ambulance cots? I hope not—emergency rescue equipment is one technology we’re all mostly better off never experiencing first hand.  That said, if the time ever comes, let me assure you, emergency cots are not what they used to be. Today’s cot is versatile, high tech, and hopped up. According to […]

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Design Engineer: PTC unveils Creo as CAD without technology lock-in

PTC has unveiled Creo design software, which is described as a scalable suite of interoperable, open, and easy-to-use product design applications. Read More

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