Creo for Mac: How to Get PTC Creo to Run on a Mac

The first release of Creo was over 5 years ago. Since that initial release, many elements have been changed and improved, from new capabilities like additive manufacturing tools to an improved UI. Even though Creo has drastically evolved, one thing has remained the same: it is only available for Windows. […]

January 16th, 2018|Creo|

Propelling the Digital Transformation in Manufacturing

Many industries will experience digital transformations in the next few years, but no industry will be as profoundly affected as the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing will eagerly adopt new transformational technologies that will affect accepted ideas about what constitutes manufacturing. Here are a few of the most interesting technologies driving the digital transformations to come. […]

December 30th, 2017|3D Printing, Manufacturing, NxRev|

Perpetual vs Subscription: How will Creo license model changes impact me?

As announced back in April, starting January 1, 2018, PTC will no longer offer perpetual subscription licenses for Creo, Windchill, or the ThingWorx platform. Instead, all products will use a subscription-based licensing model. Customers will be able to continue using existing perpetual licenses and can renew support on active licenses – but how […]

December 14th, 2017|Creo|

Parametric and Direct Modeling Software Comparison: PTC Creo vs Siemens NX

For a designer, having both parametric and direct modeling capabilities in a single tool is ideal, but of the solutions currently available, only PTC Creo and Siemens NX have both. If this is something you need, your choices are limited, so to save you some time, we’ve done a comparison of key features of the two. […]

November 21st, 2017|Creo, Product Comparison|

PLM vs PDM Software Comparison: PTC Windchill vs SOLIDWORKS EPDM

Productivity during the design process can make the difference between being first to market or becoming an also-ran. That makes your choice of product lifecycle management of critical importance, not just to the engineering team but to the entire company. […]

November 10th, 2017|PLM, Product Comparison, Windchill|

Creo Discounts: Free Creo Extensions

Thinking about switching from perpetual to a subscription license of Creo? Don’t wait – we have special Creo discounts happening right now. […]

October 23rd, 2017|Creo|

solidThinking Evolve: Unleash Your Designers’ Imaginations

Unlike CAD tools, which are designed for engineers, solidThinking Evolve is a tool meant for industrial designers. solidThinking Evolve enables designers to go from sketch to design quickly, generating realistic 3-D renderings to see the effect of various ideas. […]

September 27th, 2017|solidThinking|

solidThinking Inspire: Improve Your Design Process

solidThinking Inspire is a simple yet powerful software tool designed to help engineers and designers to create designs and analyze the structures to check if the design will support the desired loads. Inspire generates a new package space design using the structural loads as input. […]

September 25th, 2017|solidThinking|

Markforged Metal X: Metal 3D Printing Reviewed

Innovative 3D printer manufacturer Markforged announced their revolutionary metal 3D printer, the Metal X, back in January at CES 2017. Now, with initial shipments getting delivered soon, we wanted to give you an in-depth review of everything this amazing metal 3D printer has to offer. […]

September 18th, 2017|3D Printing, MarkForged|

Windchill vs. Teamcenter: A PLM Comparison

Organizations understand how important it is to capitalize on market opportunities. This is crucial if companies want to stay competitive and relevant. According to a report from Aberdeen, 29 percent of executives have identified capitalizing on marketing opportunities as a top priority to improve their product development. […]

August 16th, 2017|PLM, Product Comparison|