Check out my new blog post on ptc.com! It's a fun little exercise that combines the Olympics ski jump, superheroes, and non-linear differential equations! https://www.ptc.com/en/mathcad-software-blog/what-if-olympic-ski-jumpers-wore-capes
We have a free presentation available for download that explains the functionality available from the Advanced Assembly Extension (AAX) module in Creo Parametric. This presentation complements the free document also available on the Downloads page.
Tips and Tricks Volume III is now available from our Downloads page! This one focuses on Flexible Modeling Extension (FMX) which comes with every basic license of Creo Parametric. With FMX, you make changes to your model without having to understand the model's Design Intent or history. With FMX, you blend the Direct Modeling paradigm with Parametric Modeling for the best of both worlds!
I just started writing another blog for PTC, this time for PTC Mathcad. If you're not familiar with that package, it allows you to create, compute, and document your engineering calculations. It has the following advantages: Real math notation Graph paper look Over 400 built-in functions My first two posts are pretty topical - taking a look at the coin toss that starts off the big NFL championship game! Here they are: https://www.ptc.com/en/mathcad-software-blog/how-will-sund