A couple weeks ago, we noticed a press release from one of our customers. Boston Engineering had just won a giant contract from a U.S. government agency to develop a buoy that can predict the strength of hurricanes.
Meanwhile in Russia, PTC Creo is hard at work in the country’s space program (as shown in video below).
And in Australia, they’re keeping dingoes away from the livestock with a simple device that fits in the palm of your hand—also designed with PTC Creo.
Thwarted by $2.00 Gripple wire tensioners. (Image: By purpleairplane)
Our guess is that you’re doing something interesting and ingenious too. That’s why we’re asking readers to tell us more about their engineering victories. Whether you’re a designer, engineer, or student, we’d like to share your latest news and solutions with the world.
Have you just won an award for your disarmingly simple ice cream scoop? Outsmarted the competition with a more efficient assembly line? Figured out a way to make oil extraction safer? We’re interested, and so are many of our readers.
Just send an email or any of the following to the webmaster:
Note that we are not looking for references and testimonials (that’s a whole different department at PTC). Rather, we want to showcase work and innovations by PTC customers.
Keep us in mind any time you’re excited about your designs, products, and services, and we may feature it in an upcoming post.
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