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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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Package Upgrades: A Cost-Effective Way to Grow Your Product Design Capabilities

Times change. You change. Business changes. It’s common to find that your needs expand  after moving to 3D as you gain more insight  into what other aspects of  product development can be improved by leveraging 3D even further. It turns out that customers who start with Pro/ENGINEER Foundation or PTC Creo Parametric often wish that […]

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Free Trial: Fully-featured 3D CFD embedded in PTC Creo

Mentor Graphics’s FloEFD® embeds fully-featured 3D computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis into PTC Creo. Engineers can directly work on their CAD model for preparing and evaluating their concurrent CFD simulations. And now you can try FloEFD for PTC Creo free for 30 days and test-drive 20 powerful CFD tasks including LED thermal characterization, CPU cooling […]

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Aberdeen Research: Simulate Early to Increase Success

The ability to make quick decisions in the engineering department is more important than ever as companies struggle to innovate and beat competitors to market. And one way to achieve design and engineering success is by using stimulation tools early and often, according to report by analyst firm Aberdeen Research. The report, which is entitled […]

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Belgium’s TEN Makes PTC Creo Part of their Design Method

Engineering companies sell their services on the basis of several types of expertise. One might be particularly good at government contracts. Another rocks consumer goods. And so on. However, the best of them also sell a deep understanding of processes. If a company has carefully thought out its workflows and communications with clients, it produces […]

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Simulation at Work: SmartMetals

Even though our TVs are larger than ever, demand is growing for video walls—those arrays of monitors you see at stadiums, control centers, and airports, looming larger than any human that stands before them. There are a number of advantages to video walls. For example, the monitors can work together to show a large image, […]

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Get Free Simulation Tutorials on the PTC University Learning Exchange

PTC University’s Learning Exchange is the number one place on the Internet for free tutorials about PTC products. The site is devoted to helping users explore PTC products for the first time, and to find new ways to use the PTC products they use every day. In this blog, we’ll take a look at just […]

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Simulation at Work: Benchmade Knife Company

We’ve written about Benchmade Knife Company on this blog in the past. The company uses PTC solutions to design the knives and safety tools that hobbyists, military, and emergency responders rely on in the field. But let’s look a little closer at why a company like Benchmade might use PTC simulation solutions. More Mechanisms From an […]

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Simulation at Work: Hensley Industries

Hensley Industries is a perfect candidate for PTC Creo simulation tools. The company specializes in attachments and wear parts for earth-moving equipment, such as that used in mining, construction, trenching, and reclamation. Think about the bucket on an excavator. After scooping up enough rocks, the teeth on the bucket wear down to nubs and have […]

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Simulation at Work: GE Healthcare

A little over a week ago, the US Food and Drug Administration gave the green light to GE Healthcare’s new imaging product, the Revolution CT. Like a typical computed tomography scan machine (more commonly called a “CT scan”), the Revolution uses X-rays to capture cross-section images of a body. But now it does it faster, with […]

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