The Summer of Design: 4 More Companies Select Creo

Written By: Cat McClintock

In a news release last week, PTC announced that “four leading manufacturing and technology companies just selected Creo CAD software to design, develop, and deliver some of today’s most innovative products.”

The companies in question spanned geography and product lines. Take a closer look at whose using Creo and what they’re building:

No more dirty chains

 BRIGE GmbH is a German company that engineers machine production solutions. For example? This one-of-a-kind system for cleaning and drying conveyor chains—while they’re still in production. Watch:

As an engineering company, BRIGE says, “We know about the pitfalls in the interfaces between development and prototype – up to the last screw.” As such, it’s built a one-stop shop, providing everything from the concept to production of the final machine.

Size matters 

IMS Messsysteme GmbH, a world leader in measuring systems, develops and produces isotope, x-ray, and optical measuring systems for the steel, aluminum, and metal industries. The company also develops systems that can inspect slabs, heavy plate mill, tubes, and long products as well as 2D surfaces in hot and cold rolling applications and for processing lines.

Their tagline? Nothing stays hidden. We like it. 

 Measuring systems from IMS Messsystems

Are you a nonmetallic inclusion? Your days are numbered.

Molding – from A to Z

MD Moldes bills itself as a solution provider for the entire mold production process, including engineering, manufacturing, testing, and injection. That’s an understatement. They also build prototypes and design molds thanks to a design department equipped with a team of highly qualified engineers, backed by design tools (we’re going to guess Creo?) that guarantee the best performance for each project. 

Big, yellow tractors

JCB, one of the world’s top three manufacturers of construction equipment, made it difficult for us to choose just one product to showcase. They design equipment for agriculture, construction, and government and defense. One thing the products all have in common? They’re big, bold, and ready to get to work. And yellow.

 JCB machinery

What kid hasn’t dreamed of riding one of these?

From initial concept to design and analysis, Creo provides designers with innovative tools to efficiently create better products. Thousands of leading manufacturers worldwide use Creo’s CAD, IoT, and augmented reality capabilities to quickly turn their ideas into reality. We look forward to seeing new ideas, new solutions, and new designs from each of these customers.

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About the Author

Cat McClintock

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.