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Concurrent Engineering Blog

Emma Rudeck

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How the IoT Changes the Way Product Information is Shared

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 06-Nov-2020 15:00:00

The Internet of Things lifts the barrier to solving traditional problems, such as how products perform after shipping. We were so used to not having the data; we’ve created processes and ways of working that accept knowledge gap as inevitable.

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Surface Modelling: Why Image Matters in Product Design

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 17-Nov-2017 16:00:00

In our image-conscious world, the way something looks is often as important to success as features and functions.

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The Benefits of Data-Driven Design

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 10-Nov-2017 16:30:00

Manufacturers are increasingly using performance-based analysis to provide real-world data on product performance from the field. Rather than making assumptions about performance, this approach offers unbridled access to how products operate once they leave the factory. But for manufacturers who are designing and iterating the next generation of smart, connected products, they need a more advanced approach: Data-Driven Design.

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5 Ways the Digital Engineering Journey Can Help You Outperform the Competition

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 30-Oct-2017 09:03:00

In the age of Big Data, information flows from every production process.

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How to Gain Business Value from CAD Reuse with Creo Illustrate

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 20-Oct-2017 09:00:00
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Technical Illustrations: Where Do You Sit on the Maturity Model

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 12-Oct-2017 10:00:00

In today’s world, multiple platforms and media need to be supported. This means that traditional based documentation is becoming more and more irrlevant.

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How to Expand Easy Access to Engineering Data

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 04-Oct-2017 14:00:00

Today, more and more job roles, both inside and outside the company, need access to specific parts of your ever-growing pool of data. These roles often require information contained in multiple systems and across different departments, to enable them to complete a task or to make more informed decisions.

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4 Lessons Every Engineer Needs to Learn About Simulation Software

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 29-Sep-2017 12:00:00

Simulation software enables engineers to apply loads and stresses to designs, to see how they cope with real-world conditions. Simulation of this kind has transformed the product development cycle for many manufacturers and delivers significant value throughout the design process.

These platforms have been available for many years, and you may already use them. But if you’re considering getting exploring the opportunities of simulation, this blog looks at how simulation can benefit the design tasks you undertake every day.

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5 Benefits of Additive Manufacturing for Product Designers

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 22-Sep-2017 11:00:00

Additive manufacturing is a process where 3D design data is used to manufacture a component by layering up a depositing material. Increasingly, it's being used synonymously with 3D printing.

Typically, multiple software packages are often required to make additive manufacturing a reality, which results in designers having to export, redesign and optimise - costing time and resource. However, the Creo 4.0 Additive Manufacturing extension resolves these issue.

For anyone interested in learning more, here are the five key benefits of additive manufacturing for product designers

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How to Get Started with Piping Validation in Creo 4.0

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 15-Sep-2017 10:00:00

If you need to add pipes to your design, it’s easy to do so with the Cabling and Piping module in Creo 4.0. But what happens when you encounter errors in the piping database?

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