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06

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14

Mar

04

Windchill 11.0 – PLM in the modern Web

Windchill 11.0 has been around for the last two years. With its release PTC started a journey to renew the interface of the system and with this update to more modern web technologies. In 10.2 a lot of compatibility issues arose when web browsers quickly had to steer away from java, due to security reasons. […]

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Jan

02

Creo 5.0 Update

In between the constant buzz about IoT, AR and Digital Twins over the past year, PTC also managed to release a new version of Creo Parametric. Creo Parametric 5.0 was released in March this year and marks the starting point for a new release schedule for the product. PTC has announced that a new version […]

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Jul

17

3D Printing with Creo Parametric

3D printing or, a bit more technically phrased, Additive Manufacturing, may be on everyone’s lips and quietly revolutionizing the world, but in fact, it’s quite old hat. It was invented in 1981 and in 1988 you could buy the first device. Since that time a lot has been done and in the professional world as […]

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Mar

19

Ways to the Spare Parts List – E-Bom to S-Bom

…or when the service generates turnover. How do you create and maintain your spare parts list – if you even offer them? Manually in ERP, or in excel sheets or something entirely different? Particularly in special engineering – where effectively every machine is a new development – the administration overhead for the facility and upkeep […]

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Mar

14

Bye Bye Oracle – Welcome SQL Server!

Sometimes you need to let go of the familiar.    Only a few years back Oracle was the favoured database. Now with the Microsoftianism of the server environment in KMU you mostly see MS SQL servers. To keep the administration overhead small for 2 database systems and the back-up architecture a switch for your PTC® […]

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Oct

17

Oct

12

Great features in Creo Simulate

Some hints on existing functionality that one might not be so familiar with and some features from Creo Simulate 4.0. tab. Connections Creo Simulate has tree default connectivities between component. You may choose between Free, Bonded and Contact for default rule for all interfaces and then define those which defer using Interface functionality.  When models […]

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Sep

15



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