Simulation at Work: Benchmade Knife Company

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 Continue reading

Using simulation to determine the root cause of product failure

Using simulation to determine the root cause of product failure

Your product is out in the marketplace. Your design team has done the best job it can. The shop guys have put their all into making it. But it’s failing. Warranty claims are escalating and putting pressure on the bottom line and you, the person tasked with figuring out what’s Continue reading
The Rise of the Simulation and Test Executive

The Rise of the Simulation and Test Executive

Aren’t inter-departmental politics fun? They occur in any organization when resources are few. And since the economic downturn and executive’s turn towards cost control strategies, budgets have been rare resources indeed. In this post, we’ll look at how the often conflicted relationship between simulation and test is taking a friendlier Continue reading