Designing for Sustainability: How Cummins Optimizes Product Designs for the Environment

White Paper

Amplifying the Value of Design Engineers

With environmental sustainability in focus, a group of design engineers at Cummins set out to rethink the way they design their internal combustion and fuel cell engine systems. Around 70% of the lifecycle CO2 impact for Cummins' engine products is set within the design stage, meaning that Cummins' engineers have a significant role to play in achieving the ambitious sustainability goals their company has set. Led by David Genter, Director of Design Engineering, Cummins team of engineers was able to reduce the overall amount of material in their engines by 10-15%, creating significant CO2 and cost savings for their business. Read the whitepaper, written by Cummins' own engineers, to learn how designing for sustainability has helped Cummins to:

  • Minimize the environmental impact of Cummins' products
  • Better utilize capabilities of PTC Creo, such as generative design
  • Amplify the value of design engineers across the company
  • Create a culture of optimization within engineering

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