Creo Patterning

Mark Ganzer@Toro has done an excellent job covering Patterning in Creo - Basics, Performance & Tips in one his presentations. Here are some excerpts from his slide deck. Check out the Tips (below) in particular                                        ... Continue Reading →

About Creo Drawing formats & Standards

Lewis Lawrence and William Friend from Weatherford, covered  Drawing Formats & Standards in one of their webinar. Here are some snippets from their presentation- Creo uses startup scripts to copy standards in place  Creo Standard Configurations in place by product line Every install of Creo uses a defined set of configuration files, specific to location... Continue Reading →

Creo Parametric Tip #4: Arrowheads for Dimensions

Did you know that all arrow leader dimensions are created as closed and filled arrowheads with Creo Parametric 6.0.0.0 release? Also, Radial dimensions that are attached to surfaces, are  automatically a filled dot arrowhead style. This applies to dimension arrowheads in Detailed Drawings and Model-Based Definition Punditas, a PTC partner offers AI driven content for... Continue Reading →

Single Source of Product Information with Punditas AI

Punditas AI is your gateway to all information about CAD-PLM-IoT-ERP-Enterprise Softwares. The  Knowledge Graph within presents five dimensions of content for the Enterprise Software at hand. This content is unlocked by the Punditas AI engine by tapping into 100's of  internal & external repositories to Discover, Curate & Deliver pertinent Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Best Practices,... Continue Reading →

Creo Parametric Tip#2: Improved visibility of objects in the graphics window

There are new configuration options for displaying or controlling the appearance of dimensions in Creo Parametric 6.0.0.0 release Use the below configuration options to control the appearance of background for dimensions 1. dim_background 2. dim_background_color 3. dim_background_trans A semi-transparent dimension background is set by default. This makes it easier to see and decipher dimension information... Continue Reading →

Data vs Information vs Knowledge

The difference between Data vs Information vs Knowledge has been articulated by very many people in the past. I came across an interesting presentation from Ryan Norman in this presentation and wanted to share his perspective. DATA Data represents a fact or statement without relation to other things – Example: It is raining INFORMATION Information... Continue Reading →

Punditas AI based Enterprise Knowledge Maps

Punditas Knowledge Maps serve as your guide to "Where", "What", "How" of Enterprise Knowledge & Training. Simply put, Punditas knowledge map captures "what" knowledge resides "where" in your company and the patterns of "how" knowledge flows in terms of access, distribution within your organization. When to use Punditas Knowledge Maps Gain insights into your Users experiences,... Continue Reading →

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