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PTC and FIT Become Fast Friends

The Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) is known for its hands-on student projects. But if you want to see the school’s latest endeavor, don’t blink! With the help of PTC solutions, students have been working on a 27-foot-long jet dragster that generates 5000 horsepower, exceeding 280 miles per hour in less than six seconds. The […]

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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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Crea-Lab: A Telecom Startup Fuses Vision and Know-how with PTC Creo

After 20 years of working in design, development, and production for telecommunication firms, Reinhard Feltgen had an idea for a new engineering company. He would bring high-quality technical solutions to small- to medium-sized businesses, all with a spirit of openness and collaboration. But it takes more than vision and experience to launch a successful startup, […]

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Moorestown FIRST Robotics Team: Where Function Meets Form

The Moorestown Friends School’s (MFS) Hawks robotics team in New Jersey has been around since 2007. And as the years have progressed, so has their robot-building acumen. Just this past year, Moorestown took first place out of 24 teams in the New Jersey FIRST Tech Challenge Meet. Using PTC Creo and 3D printing, the MFS […]

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EUREKA Magazine: Design software plays central role in sliding sports equipment development

“When not hurling himself down bob-sled tracks at 90mph on a small high tech sled, Kristan Bromley designs and manufactures sleds for 22 nations preparing for the next Winter Olympics. Bromley has always had the ethos of optimising processes. This stems from his extremely competitive goal driven nature, tuned through four Olympics, combined with his […]

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Did You Know? Knurling on a Cylindrical Face

Pick up an old pliers, a metal dumbbell, or a dart from your dartboard, and you’ll notice their handles have a similar texture. The process that creates the crisscross pattern cut in the metal is called knurling. It’s used on various handles, knobs, and thumbscrews where someone might need extra grip. How do you create […]

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Tech-Clarity: New Technologies Change Multi-CAD Landscape

Engineering teams have struggled with incompatible CAD data for decades. That’s because vendors developed the earliest CAD solutions in silos: aerospace, automotive, etc. Often, they even created their technology just for one specific company. Nobody cared much whether files would work together. At least, not at first. That’s all changed as manufacturers buy and sell […]

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Product Lifecycle Report: PTC Customer Develops Artifical Heart, NASA Re-enters Space

The Winter Edition of PTC’s Product Lifecycle Report is out and packed with interesting articles, two that caught our eye feature PTC Creo: Japanese Researchers Advance Artificial Heart Design Researchers at the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Engineering in the medical school at the University of Tokyo are developing an artificial heart with the help […]

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Too Small for Product Lifecycle Management? Look to the Cloud

When you’re a small company juggling customers, projects, and partners, it’s easy to put off driving operational improvement. With revisions and deadlines looming, there’s never a good day to step back, organize file folders, or even ask, “Are my naming conventions working?” and “Will I be able to find this version of this model if […]

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Taiwan Sanyo Prepares for a New Identity with PTC Creo

The Sanyo name has been emblazoned on radios, washing machines, TVs, batteries, and myriad products throughout the world for more than half a century. But if you haven’t seen the brand’s familiar red letters much lately, that’s because the company was bought out by Panasonic in 2010. According to Wikipedia, the new parent company planned […]

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