Customer Successes

PTC Mathcad
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  1. Bit Tips Asia Uses PTC’s Mathcad in Railway Magnetic Field Calculations
  2. Meinhardt Facade Technology Adopts PTC’s Mathcad to Improve Calculation Productivity
  3. The SKF Group, headquartered in Göteborg, Sweden, is the leading global supplier of products, customer solutions and services in the business of rolling bearings and seals.
  4. Engineers at Rexroth Hydraudyne use Mathcad — a visual design environment that allows engineers from all industries to draw from a variety of data sources during the design phase of a product and document all mathematical formulas and calculations — to design the large industrial hydraulic cylinders.
  5. Preserving and sharing intellectual capital - including the engineering calculations at the core of every project - are pillars of the company's success.
  6. Optical Solutions designs and manufactures optical access systems that enable local service providers to offer a wide range of integrated voice, video and high-speed data services to residences. Optical needed to communicate technical documents in a uniform way among the company's technical and non-technical employees and customers and turned to Mathcad.
  7. MAN B&W Diesel AG is the world's leading developer of diesel engines for ship propulsion units and stationary power supply systems. In less than two years, Man B&W Diesel developed the world's fastest-selling, medium-weight marine engine, the L21/31 using Mathcad calculation software.
  8. “For technical presentations, I don't mess around with office-type software, Mathcad's all I need. If necessary, I can readily export it to Word. In an ideal world, everyone would have access to Mathcad and I wouldn't even have to do that.” — Principal Engineer Kevin Barr
  9. Mathcad is used at GKN Aerospace Engineering Services by stress engineers who produce calculations and product designs that are shared among customers to check that calculations and designs are free of errors and parts are ready to be manufactured.
  10. Aegis was charged to produce statistics measuring the effect of the built environment on wideband radio signals to aid the S@TCOM scheme.
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