PTC Express 05-2010


Pro/ENGINEER Routed Systems Designer 9.0 Offers Integrated Simulation and Productivity Gains

Pro/ENGINEER Routed Systems Designer (RSD) 9.0 offers major improvements including integrated circuit simulation and key enhancements that provide substantial productivity gains.
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Attend a PTC Virtual Corporate Visit!
June 2, 2010
President and COO of PTC, Jim Heppelmann, speaks about the company’s strategic direction for 2010. Plus FN Manufacturing tells how it significantly enhanced its product development system over a 5-year span using Pro/ENGINEER, Windchill and other PTC products.


Using Inheritance Models for “In Process” Manufacturing Models of Weldments
Creating Pro/ENGINEER models to support manufacturing documentation can be done in many ways. In the case of weldments, the use of inheritance models can be useful.
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Tubular Construction Tips for Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0
Tubular design/construction is very common. These tips will show how to get the tube cut list and the “Fish Mouth” definition right the first time around.

PLM Overview Demonstration for Small & Medium Businesses
May 20, 2010 – Jun 17, 2010
Learn how you can gain control over your product development processes such as data vaulting and change management and simplify collaboration between teams, departments, customers, suppliers, and manufacturers by using Windchill PDMLink and Windchill ProjectLink.

PTC’s Solutions for CAD Data Management Monthly Webcast Series
Jun 9, 2010
Explore the latest release of Windchill PDMLink & Windchill ProductPoint for CAD Data Management.


Expanding the Enterprise: Breaking the Barriers to Collaborative Product Development
With more and more stakeholders involved in the product development process, collaboration and communication are critical to driving competitive advantage. Learn how to bring globally dispersed product stakeholders into the same virtual room–in real time–to help drive your next generation of innovative products.

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