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Concurrent Engineering Blog

PTC announces General Availability of Windchill® ProductPoint®

Posted by Richard Strange on 26-Mar-2012 15:28:00

Early Adopter Anticipates Increased Efficiencies & Quality Improvements from PTC’s SharePoint®-Based Solution for Product Development

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PTC and Dallara Automobile celebrate 15-year Technology Partnership in Building Winning Race Cars

Posted by Richard Strange on 26-Mar-2012 15:23:00

Maker of Formula Three, American Indy, GP2 and Le Mans race cars relies on PTC® Product Development System for innovative designs

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PTC joins with Scalextric for Schools Competition

Posted by Richard Strange on 26-Mar-2012 15:19:00

PTC (Nasdaq: PMTC), the Product Development Company, in partnership with Hornby Hobbies (LSE: HRN) owners of the Scalextric brand and a long time PTC customer, announced the launch of an exciting new Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths based (STEM) curriculum. Secondary school students using the new curriculum will use PTC’s Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 CAD software to design and engineer their very own Scalextric slot car.

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“We use Pro/ENGINEER for everything related to our designs…”

Posted by Richard Strange on 30-Aug-2009 09:17:00

“…from early concepts through calculating, production tooling, drawings – even for advertising material. The software is extremely robust, so we never have to worry about crashes.”

With more than 20 years of professional experience, in which he has tried many CAD software packages, such as AutoCAD®, Inventor®, Vellum® and Alibre Design®, Håkan Kjellgren has developed the expertise to become a trusted advisor to his clients at Teknikide AB, a design agency based in Stockholm. 
When founding Teknikide in 2003, Mr. Kjellgren selected Pro/ENGINEER as the design package of choice for his company, since, in contrast to many competitive products, Pro/ENGINEER is capable of handling even the most complex and advanced designs, while covering all needed areas of functionality.

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Virtual Prototyping Case Study: GRE, South Africa

Posted by Richard Strange on 19-Aug-2009 17:10:00

Global Railway Engineering from South Africa have made the move from 2D to 3D with Pro/ENGINEER and, by leveraging many of the product‘s simulation and analysis capabilities, they succeeded in establishing a virtual prototyping workflow that helped them to save time and money.

Have a look at this Virtual Prototyping Case Study!

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Impressive Renderings Created With Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0

Posted by Richard Strange on 27-Jul-2009 17:18:00

Read this entry to see more impressive renderings! 

In the first graphics here you can see a SRAM XO Short Cage

created using the new Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 Software.

SRAM XO Short Cage from a different perspective:

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Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 Preview

Posted by Richard Strange on 16-Jul-2009 09:22:00
Short overview of some of the highlights of Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 as shown by Brian Shepherd at PTC/USER 2009, in Orlando, FL.
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Design Partners -What Our Customers Think of Pro/ENGINEER

Posted by Richard Strange on 16-Jul-2009 09:20:00

“The fully customisable interface of Pro/ENGINEER – with its map keys and GUI laid out the way I want it – makes navigation a breeze.”

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PTC Named "Ducati Official Supplier"

Posted by Richard Strange on 06-Jul-2009 09:28:00

Distinction Recognises Contribution Of Leading PLM Technology Provider To World Renowned Motorbikes, Celebrates 10-Year Partnership Between The Two Companies

PTC announced today that Ducati Motor Company has named PTC as "Official Supplier" 2009. The prestigious title, reserved for a selected group of top quality service and product suppliers, recognises PTC’s contribution to the development of Ducati motorbikes.

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"Pro/ENGINEER is so easy to learn..."

Posted by Richard Strange on 03-Jul-2009 09:24:00

“…no wonder it is so popular with American students and teachers.”

  Each year, the NESEA – the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association – conducts the Junior Solar Sprint Program, where middle-school students from the north-eastern part of the United States design and build a model solar car for competition.

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