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Design Reviews – Solutions (Part II)

In a previous post (here ) Matt Sheridan discussed five common challenges customers face when performing design reviews. In this post he discusses how PTC helps companies overcome these common challenges

The five common design-review challenges:–

  1. Reviewing multi-CAD designs
  2. Working with 2D Drawings
  3. Comparing dataset
  4. Organizing and viewing  data types (Word, Excel, PDF)
  5. Integrating MCAD-ECAD information

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Design Reviews – Challenges and Solutions (Part I)

Did you just get out of a Design Review meeting? If not, when’s your next Design Review meeting? Almost each one of us have been involved in a Design Review meeting on a regular basis. OK, Design Reviews may go by different by names such as technical reviews, milestone reviews, value engineering reviews, code reviews, etc.  Whatever, you call it… Continue reading

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Comparing Drawings, Models and PCBs with PTC Creo View

As the design of your product evolves, it gets more and more difficult to understand what has changed from one iteration to the next—especially when other team members may have modified the data. With PTC Creo View, you can easily determine the differences between two versions of an MCAD or ECAD design. You can see what’s changed in 2D drawings, 3D parts, images, PCB schematics, and PCB layouts including attributes and graphic elements. Continue reading on the PTC Creo blog here. Continue reading

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5 things about PTC Creo View 3.0 M020 release -Part I

PTC recently released Creo View 3.0 in May 2014 and here are the FIVE key updates/enhancements in this release. These are around Zoom, Compare, Measure, Edit and Touch. This is the first post in a series of posts that I plan to cover about What’s new in Creo View 3.0 M020. Stay tuned for my next post in this series…. Continue reading

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Interrogation. Have you been through this before?

The word interrogation is a highly emotive topic and might remind you of  “bad” guys, intense questioning,etc. etc. Relax…. I’m not referring to that “type” of interrogation or anything  close to that….  In this post, I wanted to highlight some of the neat interrogation capabilities in PTC Creo View.  Checkout my recent post on creo.ptc.com. In that post I have tried to cover a high level overview of “how” to  dig deeper into your designs using PTC Creo View.  Continue Reading Note, clicking on the  link will take you to creo.ptc.com Continue reading

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I see Visualization driving everything…

“I see Visualization driving everything…” says Lance Lie from Raytheon who I had the opportunity to meet with at the recent PTC Live event in Boston.  Here’s an interesting perspective from Lance about Visualization technology, benefits of using the technology as well the future of Visualization. Continue reading

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I see Visualization driving everything…

“I see Visualization driving everything…” says Lance Lie from Raytheon who I had the opportunity to meet with at the recent PTC Live event in Boston.  Here’s an interesting perspective from Lance about Visualization technology, benefits of using the technology as well the future of Visualization. Continue reading

interrogation

Interrogation. Have you been through this before?

The word interrogation is a highly emotive topic and might remind you of  “bad” guys, intense questioning,etc. etc. Relax…. I’m not referring to that “type” of interrogation or anything  close to that….  In this post, I wanted to highlight some of the neat interrogation capabilities in PTC Creo View.  Checkout my recent post on creo.ptc.com. In that post I have tried to cover a high level overview of “how” to  dig deeper into your designs using PTC Creo View.  Continue Reading Note, clicking on the  link will take you to creo.ptc.com Continue reading

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Do not to attempt to treat your ECAD users like MCAD users…

Do not to attempt to treat your ECAD users like MCAD users. They have much different needs and views of PLM in general says Mark Caradonna, Product Manager for PTC Creo View ECAD solutions who I had to opportunity to chat with and capture his observations of the PTC Live 2014 event held recently in Boston. PTC Live is PTC’s event for product development professionals using PTC solutions.

Mark discusses trends in ECAD space and highlights of the  recent PTC Creo View release.
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Do not to attempt to treat your ECAD users like MCAD users…

Do not to attempt to treat your ECAD users like MCAD users. They have much different needs and views of PLM in general says Mark Caradonna, Product Manager for PTC Creo View ECAD solutions who I had to opportunity to chat with and capture his observations of the PTC Live 2014 event held recently in Boston. PTC Live is PTC’s event for product development professionals using PTC solutions.

Mark discusses trends in ECAD space and highlights of the  recent PTC Creo View release.
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