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How PTC Creo 3.0 Just Reinvented Concept Design

There are a lot of different ways to produce a good concept design. You might use a 2D sketch application—many vendors offer them free to download. Or you could go with something more detailed, producing a fully detailed and rendered life-like 3D model. Which is best? It depends on your situation, your place in the […]

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A quick introduction to PTC Creo Direct

The PTC Creo family of CAD solutions offers dedicated direct modeling capabilities in the form of PTC Creo Direct, a standalone part modeling and assembly modeling application. PTC Creo Direct gives users the opportunity to create new designs from scratch and also refine and edit existing designs without any concern whatsoever about feature definitions or […]

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Direct or Parametric: Which is the Best for Winning New Business?

There you are, at the conference table across from the prospective customer. They’re sitting back. You’re leaning forward. Rapid fire questions fill the room. One of your tasks is to answer them with surety — to make them feel comfortable that your company can fulfill their needs completely. This seems like a strange place for […]

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The Learning Connector Continues to Gain Popularity Among PTC Customers

I recently sat down with Kim Springston of PTC University to discuss the success of the “LearningConnector,” an e-learning application for PTC Creo, PTC Windchill and PTC Mathcad. We’ve talked about this topic occasionally, but the overwhelmingly positive customer feedback and future plans for the app are worth exploring. According to Kim, one customer even noted […]

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Desktop Engineering: Meshing Your Design for Analysis: Which Path to Take?

The target audience for doing analysis within CAD programs is the generalist mechanical engineer (as well as an analyst), and that person may or may not have also created the geometry. With this group in mind, Christos Katsis, PTC vice president of R&D simulation software, notes his company’s PTC Creo Simulate software tries to automate […]

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