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Wednesday, June 18, 2014
PTC Introduces PTC Creo 3.0 with Unite Technology, Delivering Unparalleled Multi-CAD Data Handling CapabilitiesEnabling customers to work with and consolidate data from any CAD source; providing new tools to foster innovation in concept development; and making everyday design tasks easier
NEEDHAM, MA - June 16, 2014 - PTC (Nasdaq: PTC) today announced the latest release of its PTC Creo® revolutionary 3D product design software. With PTC Creo 3.0, PTC introduces new UniteTM technology which significantly enhances the ability to use CAD files from a variety of systems directly in PTC Creo. PTC Creo 3.0 also empowers innovation through more powerful, seamlessly integrated concept design tools ensuring efforts undertaken in concept design can be fully reused in the detailed design process. Key productivity enhancements within the release further add to customers' ability to focus on higher levels of innovation and product quality.
"With PTC Creo 3.0, we continue to deliver on the PTC strategy. Our ground breaking Unite technology addresses the data and process-related challenges of CAD consolidation. By enabling designers to convert data ‘as needed, when needed', and only converting the data that requires modification, organizations can save a tremendous amount of effort and cost," said Michael Campbell, Executive Vice President CAD Segment, PTC. "In situations where development teams need to collaborate across CAD formats, Unite technology enables designers to create and protect design intent between PTC Creo and other CAD data. This both significantly reduces the efforts needed to maintain design integrity and enables collaboration to take place earlier and more often in the design process."
"With Unite technology, richer and truly integrated concept design tools, and a continued emphasis on day-day productivity gains, this new release empowers our customers to bring greater efficiency to their product development process," continued Campbell.
Unite technology in PTC Creo 3.0 enables CAD data of varying formats to be used directly in the PTC Creo ParametricTM, Creo DirectTM, Creo SimulateTM, and Creo Options ModelerTM apps. As a result, this release enables significant efficiencies to be achieved when consolidating multiple CAD systems onto PTC Creo, as well as when collaborating with others using different CAD tools. These efficiencies enable improvements in on-time delivery, product quality and desirability by allowing design teams to spend more time innovating and less time on non-value add tasks such as recreating design intent and redundant file management.
How Unite Technology supports more effective CAD Consolidation:
- Easily reuse existing CAD data as is, in its current format, with no need for a costly upfront migration
- Convert existing legacy data to PTC Creo easily, on demand, and only when modifications are actually needed
- No need to convert entire assemblies to modify individual parts, simply convert parts as changes are required
How Unite Technology supports more effective CAD Collaboration:
- Open SolidWorks®, CATIA® and NXTM files directly in PTC Creo without the need for additional software
- Import SolidWorks, CATIA, NX, Solid Edge® and Autodesk® Inventor® files into PTC Creo without the need for additional software
- Enable higher levels of concurrent engineering between the product development teams and suppliers/partners/customers by allowing designers to quickly and easily incorporate CAD data created in other systems earlier in the process, create design intent across CAD formats and, as new versions of the non-PTC Creo data are updated in the assembly, ensure that any design intent build between the original part and the PTC Creo parts are protected when the part is updated.
- Support on-time delivery by ensuring that consistency and integrity are maintained between in-house and outsourced design data over the course of product development
- Promote the reuse and sharing of data
- Eliminate the need to manage many secondary formats, and significantly reduce the need to export data in neutral formats. Data can be shared in customer/supplier's native format
PTC Creo 3.0 delivers new and enhanced concept design tools that give product development teams the flexibility and control they need to develop higher quality, better designed products. PTC Creo also continues to ensure that efforts undertaken at the concept design stage are fully reusable in later stages of the product development process.
Specific benefits for concept design from the PTC Creo 3.0 suite include:
- AlignTM FreestyleTM design functionality (part of PTC Creo Parametric) enables designers to create and drive freeform designs parametrically, combining organic geometry creation and modification with associative parametric design intent.
- Greater scalability and richer tools in PTC Creo Layout to support 2D concept engineering activities with seamless re-use in the 3D parametric environment
- A more powerful and easier to use 3D direct modeling app (PTC Creo Direct) for quickly creating concept designs that are fully reusable in PTC Creo Parametric
- PTC Creo Design Exploration Extension provides a dedicated environment in PTC Creo Parametric for developing design alternatives, investigating modeling approaches and safely understanding the consequences of design changes. It significantly reduces the current level of manual effort and overhead required to undertake these activities.
PTC Creo 3.0 introduces new and enhanced capabilities and workflows to make everyday design tasks easier. This enables productivity increases and enables individuals and design teams to focus on driving the development of more innovative and higher quality products, while supporting on-time delivery.
Some of the most significant improvements in the core aspects of the PTC Creo suite include:
- New graphical realism support
- Extensive hardware libraries and automated fastener assembly workflows
- New and improved help system with dedicated tools for new users
- New flexible modeling capabilities
- New and enhanced analysis tools
- Core modeling enhancements
- Sheet metal modeling enhancements
About PTCPTC (Nasdaq: PTC) enables manufacturers to achieve sustained product and service advantage. PTC's technology solutions help customers transform the way they create, operate and service products for a smart, connected, world. Founded in 1985, PTC employs approximately 6,000 professionals serving more than 28,000 businesses in rapidly-evolving, globally distributed manufacturing industries worldwide. Get more information at PTC.com.
Friday, June 13, 2014
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Posted by Technical Support Team at 8:22 AM
Saturday, June 7, 2014
Campbell to discuss PTC Creo 3.0 at PTC Live Global
- See more at: http://creo.ptc.com/2014/05/28/campbell-to-discuss-ptc-creo-3-0-at-ptc-live-global/#sthash.xYzk119Z.dpuf
Posted by Technical Support Team at 11:24 AM
Friday, April 25, 2014
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Posted by Technical Support Team at 1:04 PM
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Thursday, February 20, 2014
By Aaron Shaw | Published: February 5, 2014
These worksheets solve typical problems encountered in the structural design of buildings. Each application includes a description of the problem, a description of the application, one or more sketches, an input section, a list of computed variables, and a section for calculations. Most of the applications have a summary section which list all input and computed variables.
Beams are the main support for most structures. When working with the analysis of beams, there are some in-depth worksheets that offer templates. Specifically, the Beams with Uniform Load and End Moments worksheet that helps you calculate the maximum positive bending moment, the maximum deflection, and the points of inflection for a beam with a uniformly distributed load and applied end moments.
There are other worksheets that calculate the beam size in order to satisfy regulatory requirements. Here is one example for concrete beams. This application determines the sizes of rectangular beams to satisfy the flexural requirements, shear requirements and minimum thickness limits of ACI 318-89. Being able to plug in calculations that assist with the design while satisfying requirements is a huge time-saver.
Structural engineering also has to take wind, natural disasters, and other elements into account when coming up with designs. PTC has worksheets that assist in calculating the wind and seismic conditions on buildings. Wind Loads Using ASCE Standard 7-93 computes the wind pressures on the windward wall, leeward wall, side walls and roof, and the net wind pressures and loads at specified height intervals, for a square or rectangular building with a flat roof.
These are just a few examples of worksheets available in the “Building Structural Design” library. Next time you are passing over a bridge or walking into a high-rise, stop for a minute and admire the calculations that went into creating that structure, and remember that PTC Mathcad is at the heart of buildings and structures around the world.
Posted by Technical Support Team at 3:26 PM
Saturday, February 15, 2014
- See more at: http://creo.ptc.com/2014/01/28/new-survey-review-processes-and-design-validation/#sthash.jhKFLSK0.dpuf
Saturday, January 25, 2014
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