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Concurrent Engineering

Concurrent Engineering Blog

Adam Flaherty

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5 Improvements in Creo 5.0 That Every User Needs To Know

Posted by Adam Flaherty on 14-Jun-2018 14:39:10

Creo 5.0 is an impressive tool, and will be extremely helpful in changing the way we can design and develop products. As well as having some great new improvements, there are also some new features that will make it easier for you to design products and make the development process far more straightforward. Read on to discover more about 5 of the best improvements with Creo 5.0.

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Creo 5.0: Highlights from the Latest Release

Posted by Adam Flaherty on 26-Apr-2018 17:15:00

The aim of this blog post is to share the highlights of the Creo 5.0 release, as there are quite a few areas within the software that have seen improvements. Here are six features in Creo 5.0 that we think you will want to know about:

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Mathcad Prime 4.0: A Quick Guide to New Product Features

Posted by Adam Flaherty on 11-Apr-2018 10:00:00

The aim of this blog post is to give to give anyone who is new to Mathcad a quick overview of the benefits of the solution and, for those of you who are more experienced with the software, insight into what is new in this release.

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Why Your Design Software Should Support Design Exploration?

Posted by Adam Flaherty on 02-Mar-2018 12:57:00

In an ideal world, designers and engineers would be able to explore all the possible design options, without any restrictions or limitations. But, market pressures often mean that this simply isn’t possible.

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What’s Holding Back Your Concept Design? [Infographic]

Posted by Adam Flaherty on 27-Feb-2018 09:28:00
47% of surveyed people strongly agree that you need good concept designs to create winning products. However, 61% also say that concept design work is cut short because of time constraints. 
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Five Ways to Optimise the Technical Illustrations Process

Posted by Adam Flaherty on 21-Feb-2018 13:01:00

Engineering design drawings are an essential part of the manufacturing process but these can be overly complicated and detailed for the end customer. This is where technical illustrations come into play. However, the process of turning your engineering drawings into technical illustrations doesn’t always run smooth. This is where Creo Illustrate comes into play, helping you to erase difficult hurdles from your engineering process.

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How Best-in-Class Companies Gain Advantage Through Simulation Tools

Posted by Adam Flaherty on 22-Jan-2018 16:15:00

Advancements in simulation tools have made it easier than ever before for small and mid-sized organisations to access the technology. This is a positive development because as the products we design become more complicated, it is more difficult to evaluate how different design options will behave in real-world situations, without undermining your budgets and deadlines.

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How to Keep Your Technical Documentation Up-To-Date

Posted by Adam Flaherty on 30-Nov-2017 15:30:00

A survey by Tech-Clarity revealed that 30% of service leaders believe their technical documentation contains inaccuracies.

With dozens of engineering change orders (ECOs) submitted throughout an asset’s lifecycle, the thought of outdated parts information is a sobering one.

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What You Need to Know About Model-Based Definition

Posted by Adam Flaherty on 24-Nov-2017 10:00:00

One of the hottest topics in the world of product design and manufacturing is model-based definition. Otherwise known as ‘MBD’, it saves engineers time and prevents manual error. It’s particularly useful in additive manufacturing, and thanks to advancements in software tools such as Creo 4.0, MBD is now far easier to add to an engineer’s toolkit.

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