Design engineers in industries all over the world use Creo Simulate to speed up product development. By integrating simulation into the design process, they optimize their results as they work, so that fewer errors come up as development moves downstream.
At the Institute of Musculoskeletal Science and Education, team members say they’ve taken months off the prototype phase of their projects. Rába Axle reports that the software helped engineers shave significant weight off designs.
Raba Axle screenshot
Not only does Creo Simulate save time and money, some say that it also makes them more willing to experiment with new ideas. At Bierens, engineers hesitated to make unnecessary design changes when the company used outside experts to analyze all the models—because every tweak might add more iterations between designer and analyst in the design cycle. “Now we save 30 to 40% of our development time by using Creo Simulate to analyze capabilities,” says Dr. I. Noud van Roosmalen, Head of the Technology & Development Center at Bierens.
If you’d like to explore what Creo Simulate can do for you, there are numerous resources available. From demo videos to full-blown webcasts, we’re ready to tell you more. Here’s a selection of resources whether you’re just a little curious or want to get your hands on the software ASAP:
You could call this Creo Simulate’s home page. Features, benefits, a brief demo, the data sheet, and a list of all of PTC’s simulation tools can be found here.
If you only have two minutes, this video might be the best use of your time.
Rába, IMSE, and Bierens are just three of the companies using Creo Simulate. Browse all the customer stories to learn about more.
Data sheet (pdf)
The data sheet (pdf) provides the most extensive list of everything you get with Creo simulate—plus all the languages available.
Over at PTC University Learning Exchange, you can find a number of tutorials. They don’t just tell you about the software; they show you the steps you’ll need to walk through to make it work. These short videos are a great way to learn, as well as evaluate Creo Simulate. (Note. The tutorials are free, but you’ll need to create a login to access them.)
While tutorials bring you some insight, webcasts tend to last longer, dive deeper, and include Q&As with experts. We have several coming up this spring and early summer, but register early because space is limited.
PTC University offers training in more than 35 countries and in up to 9 languages. Work with the most knowledgeable instructors anywhere to help you use PTC technology effectively.
Before you invest in simulation software, you may be asking, “Where you going with this, PTC?” Mark Fischer, director of PTC simulation products and CAD partner strategy, has those answers.
PTC Live Global
If you’re attending PTC Live Global in Nashville this year (June 7-10), visit one or all five simulation-focused presentations, including an Ask the Experts panel. Find them by going to the Session Catalog and using “simulation” as your keyword.