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Don’t Be Too Busy To Improve

It takes an enormous effort to successfully introduce a disruptive technology to a busy workflow. Is the problem that engineers don’t think they need the new software, or are they just too stuck in their ways—or too busy—to change their workflow in order to incorporate it?

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Emerging Trends in Product Design

Product complexity, the internet of things, augmented reality and simulation are just some of the topics unraveled in the upcoming online event “Future of CAD: Emerging Trends in Product Design.” Image courtesy of PTC.

Does it seem like product design technologies change overnight? Here's a chance to catch up on what you need to know before lunch.

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Roadblocks Slow the Digital Twin Race

Digital twins will give Hendrick Motorsports the speed and agility to make competitive design changes. Images courtesy of Hendrick Motorsports.

Companies are proceeding with caution on the digital twin journey, slowed by varying interpretations of the technology, the complexity and the lack of a packaged tool set.

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Podcasts That Connect the Dots

The Connected Engineer podcast channel brings together innovators, analysts and industry leaders to explore the latest trends in engineering and emerging technologies. Image courtesy of PTC.

PTC's engineering podcast series tries to connect the dots and make sense out of a rapidly changing technology landscape.

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PTC Releases Creo 5.0

PTC has released version 5.0 of its Creo design from concept to manufacturing system. One of its key enhancements is a new Mold Machining extension that provides high-speed machining toolpaths optimized for molds, dies, electrodes and prototype machining. Image courtesy of PTC.

Capabilities for computational fluid dynamics, CAM, additive and subtractive manufacturing, as well as topology optimization debut.

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