A few months ago, PTC asked Creo users to submit their best work for our Product Design Contest. In return, we saw entries covering everything from a space-age racing pod to a multi-axis drilling fixture for bowling balls.
We’ve featured the winner and runners up in previous blog posts, now take a look at some of the designs from finalists who made the most of their 3D CAD software to create unique, elegant, and sophisticated designs.
In building this design for a cooling assembly, Santos relied on Creo’s
capabilities in assembly management and sheet metal design.
Yao says he found his inspiration for this Orbital Sander in Nike’s approach to
design. The orbital sander is a hard-working power tool with an ergonomic
and appealing design.
Lin was inspired by Sunflowers when crafting the complex organic
forms that characterize this line of jewelry. The user-friendly functionality
in Creo meant Lin could focus on creativity, and designing forms and
surfaces – instead of on manipulating the software.
Using the sophisticated design tools in Creo, Muthirulappan designed this
low-cost metal 3D printer. When asked what was especially useful in Creo,
he wrote ‘everything!’
Stay tuned. In an upcoming post, we’ll feature some very interesting honorable mentions. Can’t wait? Download the showcase eBook, Winning Product Designs to see all the winning designs in one place.
Cat McClintock edits the Creo and Mathcad blogs for PTC. She has been a writer and editor for 15+ years, working for CAD, PDM, ERP, and CRM software companies. Prior to that, she edited science journals for an academic publisher and aligned optical assemblies for a medical device manufacturer. She holds degrees in Technical Journalism, Classics, and Electro-Optics. She loves talking to PTC customers and learning about the interesting work they're doing and the innovative ways they use the software.