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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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Publishing Multi-CAD assemblies with PTC Creo Unite

Well, I’m not discussing about that “Unite” here. This is about the Unite technology from PTC. 

PTC Creo View Adapter for PTC Creo Parametric starting with 3.0 M030 supports the publishing of PTC Creo Unite parts and assemblies.

What is PTC Creo Unite?

PTC Creo® with Unite technology provides users with breakthrough capabilities to improve productivity in multi-CAD environments. By allowing users to consolidate CAD systems and collaborate more effectively across systems, design teams will experience new efficiencies allowing them to improve product quality, desirability, and on-time deliverability. For more information, follow this link.

What are the caveats in publishing PTC Creo Unite based parts and assemblies?

See article CS188975 for information about the current caveats of PTC Creo Unite technology working with PTC Creo View and PTC WindchillPDMLink10.2

 

Applicability: PTC Creo View, PTC Creo Parametric

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Last Updated:  April 2015

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Design Reviews – Challenges and Solutions (Part I)

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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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Model Based Enterprise – Challenges and Considerations (Part II)

In my previous post “Model Based Enterprise – Challenges and Considerations (Part I)” I talked about the cultural changes needed to realize a Model Based Enterprise (MBE). But culture isn’t the only thing that changes; processes and tools can look dramatically different by the time you transition your organization away from 2D drawings. Continue reading on the PTC Creo blog here. Continue reading

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PTC Creo View Publishing: Why it Matters & How it Works

The biggest issue facing manufacturers is how to efficiently share large volume of digital product content created throughout the product development process. CAD tools are typically used to create the design data but this data needs to be accessed by numerous stakeholders in the downstream organizations to visualize, measure, analyze, approve, manufacture, inspect and service the design. Continue reading

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PTC Creo View Publishing: Why it Matters & How it Works

The biggest issue facing manufacturers is how to efficiently share large volume of digital product content created throughout the product development process. CAD tools are typically used to create the design data but this data needs to be accessed by numerous stakeholders in the downstream organizations to visualize, measure, analyze, approve, manufacture, inspect and service the design. Continue reading

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PTC customers use our products as a vehicle for expression of their ideas…

“I find that PTC customers use our products as a vehicle for expression of their ideas and their work ethic..” says Barton Fiske, who I recently had the opportunity to meet with and chat about PTC Products, the PTC Live event and PTC’s visualization technology. As many of you are aware, I recently left PTC to start my own firm “Punditas” that offers consulting services around PTC products. Barton replaced me as the solution director responsible for the Creo View MCAD product line.  In this post, Barton discusses his passion for visualization, his experiences at the PTC Live event and his appreciation for the valuable customer interactions during the Technical Committee meetings.

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Are you protected?

Alas,  its almost the end of summer and “protection” from the sun is not going to be needed as much in the coming months… Well, I wasn’t planning to discuss about sunscreens, SPF and the like in this post… But, wanted to cover a related topic on “protection”. i.e. Intellectual property protection. I just published an article “IP Protection in a distributed, collaborative and visual world” around how an efficient, effective and trustworthy collaboration environment is vital for today’s global business while maintaining your intellectual property. Checkout my post on the Creo blog here. Note, the link takes you to creo.ptc.com.

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Introducing CADS, EPS and EPP

CADS develops innovative Software solutions in the 3D visualization domain that offers high performance user friendly applications. They have two interesting products -Engineering Process Sampler (EPS) and Engineering Process Publisher (EPP) that is used by many customers such as AGCO Fendt, DePuy Synthes, Siemens, Liebherr, Heller, etc. These products allow the designers to quickly and efficiently create sub-sets from the Digital Mockup, for example Chassis, Transmission.  Continue reading