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FIRST Newsletter: Sean Fitzpatrick Says FIRST has Something for Everyone

“Not many students can add the title of CEO to their resume before they graduate from high school, but Sean Fitzpatrick, a member of FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) 262 more words

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Designing Innovative Floodwater Defences for Tunnels with PTC Creo

You’re an engineer and a raging storm is heading to your town. A tidal surge is inevitable. Your job is to protect the subway from flooding. 478 more words

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Designing a Better Grain Dryer at Delux

In agriculture, equipment is often kept in service for decades. Farmers can, and sometimes still do, plow fields with the same 1940s tractor that their grandparents used. 636 more words

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JSW Pacific Designs CCTV Products with PTC Creo

When your expertise is wireless video devices, you find yourself in a diversity of markets. Closed circuit TV (CCTV) products are useful for maintaining security around your business; they can help you back your car into a tight space; and they keep an eye on the baby. 321 more words

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University Of Utah and PTC Help Students Develop Professional Skills For Smart, Connected Product Design

“The University of Utah is already a vibrant place for student entrepreneurs, and working with PTC will ignite even greater interest in smart, connected product design and development,” said Kathy Hajeb, a director at the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute. 206 more words

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LR Baggs Outfits Music Greats Using PTC Creo, Replaces SolidWorks

Traditional musicians love beat up and old instruments as much as they love the old tunes. Players treasure their 100-year-old fiddles and mid-century guitars for what they say is the superior tone that can only come from hard playing and natural materials that are no longer widely available. 469 more words

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Lifecycle Insights: PTC’s Design Exploration Extension: Acknowledging Comparative Design

By Chad Jackson.

“Today, there’s not a really good way of capturing, tracking and comparing those alternatives to one another. That’s where the new Design Exploration Extension comes into play. 221 more words

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