Many businesses decide that they want to start using simulation — perhaps because a product failed in an unexpected way, or they’re trying a new material or manufacturing process. Designers have taken motion modeling and other CAD techniques as far as they can and now need to add CAE into Continue reading
PTC announced some terrific new features with the debut of PTC Creo 3.0 yesterday, and it’s time to think about upgrading. You’ll likely have your favorite parts of the PTC Creo Parametric 3.0 release, but mine are: The multi-CAD collaboration enhancements, which let you import or open (an important distinction) Continue reading
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 Continue reading
Original Post by By Tom Lansford | Published: May 23, 2014 PTC developers add features to each product release: new functions, improved usability, and – not to be neglected – optimized product performance. Performance increases mean exploiting the latest capabilities of workstation hardware. Here is how PTC Creo takes advantage Continue reading
Check out this awesome video and see how these students from the University of Minnesota build a solar powered vehicle in 10 months with PTC Creo that reaches speeds above 80 mph!
In recent years, much has been made about the relevance of direct modeling on simulation activities. Somewhere along the way, many have forgotten how parametric modeling is just as important. In this post, we’ll take a look at why simulation activities need to be enabled by both. Direct Modeling for Continue reading
Check out this cool video tutorial by Nisheeth Srivastava