Tag: Creo

Unlocking the secrets of the human heart with the help of Creo

Unlocking the secrets of the human heart with the help of Creo

PTC collaborates with University of Tokyo to build better replacement hearts.

SPECapc releases PTC Creo 3.0 benchmark

SPECapc releases PTC Creo 3.0 benchmark

Eight workflows test all aspects of hardware performance for use with Creo. Performance benchmarking specialist SPEC has released a new benchmark for PTC’s Creo 3.0 CAD software. The software tool allows users of Creo to evaluate and compare hardware performance. The SPECapc for PTC Creo 3.0 benchmark provides eight workflows that exercise all aspects of […]

PTC says the plan is working; Q4 and FY ’14 inline with expectations

PTC says the plan is working; Q4 and FY ’14 inline with expectations

PTC puts 2014 in the win column and sees good growth in the future as the industry enters next wave of product design and manufacture technology.

By November 10, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Creo 3 new features on center stage

Creo 3 new features on center stage

Correspondent Tom Lansford describes the top features of Creo 3 from the recent PTC Live Global event in Boston.  PTC Creo 3.0 is a major release for the parametric design experts from Boston. Presenting “Unite Technology”; which implements PTC’s promise for AnyData compatibiilty in multi-CAD environments. Brian Thompson took the stage in Boston to deliver […]

PTC releases free Creo Student Edition, parametric design primer

PTC releases free Creo Student Edition, parametric design primer

The software and a primer on using parametric design are available to all students who enroll in the PTC Academic Program.    The PTC University Academic Program is offering free downloads of the PTC Creo Student Edition as well as a free PTC Creo Primer Guide for Students. The primer introduces the modeling, visualization and design tools in PTC […]

PTC looks past flat Q1 results

PTC looks past flat Q1 results

China is slow, the Yen is falling. What Wall Street really wants to hear about is PTC’s play in the Internet of Things. By Randall S. Newton PTC today reported first quarter fiscal results essentially flat when compared to a year ago, but in line with previous forecasts. The routine conference call with Wall Street […]

PTC joins the ranks of companies enabling virtualization

PTC joins the ranks of companies enabling virtualization

The virtualization trend is exploding as standards are set in place. PTC certifies first virtualization platform with Citrix, IBM, and  Nvidia; more to come. Virtualization has finally reached acceptance among users and it’s happening even faster than many companies selling the hardware expected. At PTC’s worldwide conference this year, PTC Live 2013, the company announced […]

Dell introduces automated workstation optimization software

Dell introduces automated workstation optimization software

The free software fine-tunes Dell Precision workstations for the product and task. Initially shipping with settings for Maya, SolidWorks, and Creo. Dell today announced Dell Precision Performance Optimizer (DPPO), software that automatically configures Dell Precision workstation settings to maximize performance of engineering, design and digital content creation applications. DPPO is preloaded with profiles for popular […]

Live linking to CAD tops list of KeyShot new features

Live linking to CAD tops list of KeyShot new features

Luxion also adds new lighting placement flexibility, Pantone libraries, and more.   A tighter connection to several 3D CAD products tops the list of new features in KeyShot 4, just released by Luxion. The CPU-based 3D rendering and animation software continues to do well in the small but highly competitive product development visualization space. New […]

By February 20, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Designing a wood-fired stove for the 21st Century

Designing a wood-fired stove for the 21st Century

Specht uses PTC Creo to re-invent wood heat, with a two-chamber design that raises efficiency and lowers emissions. In many regions with cold winters, wood heat remains a primary heat source. Yet for years it has not been able to compete ecologically or financially with oil, gas, and electricity for home climate control. Compared to […]

By February 6, 2013 0 Comments Read More →