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cadalyst: Robot Designers Take Cues from Nature

“In the world of biomimetics, scientists and engineers model their creations after living creatures. Biomimetic robots are as diverse as their biological inspirations, which include everything from insects to fish. Boston Engineering’s BIOSwimmer unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV), for example, is a robotic tuna. Like Chung’s robotic falcon, the BIOSwimmer was designed to mimic the locomotion […]

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New Life for the World’s Longest Fence with PTC Solutions

In this article, we’re going to talk about a British device manufacturer and how its R&D team uses PTC products to enhance innovation. But first let’s talk about the problem with dingoes. Dingoes are large, wild dogs introduced into Australia from Asia and India thousands of years ago. And while the predator keeps populations of […]

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PTC Creo Package Upgrades: Add more Capabilities without Breaking the Bank

If you’ve been thinking about adding more capabilities to your CAD software, like simulation, direct modeling, or integrated PDM, why not explore a package upgrade? These software upgrades are a popular, cost-effective way of adding new capabilities to your existing seats. Plus, they offer a broad set of options to choose from. Here are some […]

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Comparing Drawings, Models and PCBs with PTC Creo View

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As the design of your product evolves, it gets more and more difficult to understand what has changed from one iteration to the next—especially when other team members may have modified the data. With PTC Creo View, you can easily determine the differences between two versions of an MCAD or ECAD design. You can see […]

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Bicycle Components Maker Streamlines Product Teams with PTC Windchill

In 1990, a Japanese giant that dominated 85% of the market effectively locked up the bicycle component business. From the drivetrain to the wheels, Bike Magazine writes, “Most bikes were little more than a steel or aluminum pony used to showcase Shimano’s parts.” That didn’t worry a startup called SRAM. The Chicago-based company had a […]

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Designing Innovative Floodwater Defences for Tunnels with PTC Creo

You’re an engineer and a raging storm is heading to your town. A tidal surge is inevitable. Your job is to protect the subway from flooding. What are your ideas? You might think about a better drainage system and pumps. Maybe floodgates. But it’s all too little, too late, and too expensive. The winds are […]

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PTC Creo View Publishing: Why it Matters & How it Works

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The biggest issue facing manufacturers is how to efficiently share large volume of digital product content created throughout the product development process. CAD tools are typically used to create the design data but this data needs to be accessed by numerous stakeholders in the downstream organizations to visualize, measure, analyze, approve, manufacture, inspect and service the […]

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University Of Utah and PTC Help Students Develop Professional Skills For Smart, Connected Product Design

“The University of Utah is already a vibrant place for student entrepreneurs, and working with PTC will ignite even greater interest in smart, connected product design and development,” said Kathy Hajeb, a director at the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute. “The program will give students a jumpstart in the job market by helping them learn the skills […]

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