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Save 35% on PTC Creo Essentials

Save 35% when upgrading to Creo Essentials Packages!

Current Pro/ENGINEER and PTC Creo customers can receive a 35% discount when upgrading to a packaged configuration, known as the "Creo Essentials Packages".

July 28th, 2015|Creo, Windchill|

PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension: Sanyo Taiwan’s Modeling Solution of Choice

For decades, “Sanyo” was stamped on radios, TVs, washing machines, televisions, and any number of electronic appliances throughout the world. When Panasonic bought Sanyo in 2010, the company’s familiar red name began slowly disappearing from store shelves.

May 29th, 2015|Creo|

PTC Creo and Thomas Built Buses

Thomas Built Buses, a subsidiary of Daimier Truck North America, has engineers that design all types of vehicles: school buses, blood mobiles, and even correctional transport are all part of their product lines. Their company website says it best: “We’re committed to building buses that give you peace of mind day after day, mile […]

May 7th, 2015|Creo|

PTC Creo and Blue Star

Blue Star, an India-based company, started manufacturing ice candy machines more than 70 years ago. As time passed, though, the company realized that their strengths didn’t lie in children’s candy — it was in vapor compression cycles.

The vapor compression cycle is a four-step approach to cooling used in refrigerators, freezers, and central air conditioners. Today, Blue Star is active in all of these markets.

February 24th, 2015|Creo|

PTC Creo and IRX Innovations

The engineering principles behind electronic books that replicate the “ink on paper” aesthetic have existed for centuries. The idea is simple: clay particles suspended in water disperse when a constant electric field is applied to the fluid.

In the 1990s, engineers at MIT discovered a way to keep the particles from clumping together. Using small capsules […]

February 18th, 2015|Creo|

PTC Creo and Szimikron Precision Technologies

The ball screw is one of those ancient inventions that gets put through new paces each generation. It’s a deceptively simple, highly effective mechanical device that enables efficient linear movement from rotational motion. It’s utilized in devices like anti-lock brake systems, airplanes, CNC machines, and even robots.

Ball screws are much more efficient ways of moving […]

February 11th, 2015|Creo|

PTC Creo and Generation

Creating a light fixture raises questions for any first time designer who’s good at what they do. Aesthetic questions, like shape and material; where and how the fixture will be used; and the control systems and sensors that manage the fixture are all relevant factors.

On top of these design and usage questions, you have to […]

January 21st, 2015|Creo|

Creating CNC Machines with Unmatched Precision and Accuracy

Looking at a CNC machine while it’s running is oddly transfixing. Its quiet hum on the shop floor masks the complicated slots and pockets it mills with incredible accuracy and speed.

Those versions known as “machine centers” are even capable of changing their own tools — letting parts go through multiple steps without the need for […]

December 29th, 2014|Creo|

Making the Case: The Design is in the Details

You probably think of complex electronic components when you consider the best use cases for Creo design suite. But there’s something else essential to the everyday smartphone that requires hardcore design time: its case.

Janus Precision Components, a company headquartered in Guangdong Province, China, helps create protective cases for a number of smartphones. Their […]

December 9th, 2014|Creo|

Five Essential Creo 3.0 Tutorials

To accompany the recent release of Creo 3.0, the PTC University Exchange has posted over 100 new tutorials that demonstrate the new features in the updated CAD software. If you’re looking to get the most out of your upgraded software, start with these five popular PTC tutorials. Free registration is required.

November 24th, 2014|Creo, tutorial|

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