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Center console boat render by Alex McCarley

Center console boat render by Alex McCarley

 

Happy tax day to all our friends in the USA! Hopefully you've already filed your papers and are sitting back comtemplating what to do with the GIANT return you're due. Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

How to create curve profile in Pro/ENGINEERBy Haris TS
Derivative of functionBy Sameer Fares
Everyone's favorite Plasticine dog! (Gallery)By Jeremy Connaughton
How to save calculated data for later useBy New Jap
Yet another Thread thread - UTS ImplementationBy Antonius Dirriwachter
Hourglass sand timerBy Jayanta Sarkar
Telescope Visual Limiting Magnitude (Mathcad worksheet)By Fred Lusk
Export Annotation by STEP or IGSBy Luca Carraro
Editing Reserved Parameters

By Gregory S Franks

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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PTC Branded Steering Wheel Concept by Juan Carlos Flores

PTC Branded Steering Wheel Concept by Juan Carlos Flores

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

Pattern Boundary Blend SurfaceBy Huu Huynh
System of units in Mathcad  / System of digits in MathcadBy Valery Ochkov
BOXX Introduces X-Generation Workstation (Custom PTC Creo Models)By Vladimir Palffy
Component wire frame in cross section?By Denny Coauette
Test Your Knowledge of PTC Creo and PTC Mathcad By Bettina Giemsa
How to know the last page of the element? (Arbortext)By Robson Soares Boneti
Plot a function with a vector as its input variableBy New Jap
Multiple convection coefficients?By Paul Bunuan
Question on setup for individual users (config.pro)

By Frank Schiavone

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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Shape Sorter Assembly by Roy Handley

Children's Shape Sorter Assembly uploaded by Roy Handley

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

Helical Sweep, Ball and Worm Gear AssemblyBy Tolga Kurban
Tracing the edge of a cutting tool (tool path)By Roger Yeh
Creating a Clean Cut on BottleBy Huu Huynh
Exclusion of a componentBy Giulio Fraulini
Windchill 10.2 Drag-n-Drop on Mac OS X with SafariBy Scott E Morris
Creating surface/volume regions in subcomponents of assemblyBy Jack Geiger
How to rotate text in table cellBy Emil Meindl
Divide by zero error when trying to create a graphBy Barend Botha
Solid part to sheet metal

By Danty Devasia

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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Thanks Ryan

Posted by JeremyConnaughton Mar 26, 2014

valentine contest

Thanks for the prizes Ryan, they arrived today and everyone at work is jealous

heres to the next competition

Jeremy

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Unique workstation design created by BJ P

Unique workstation design created by BJ P

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

Revolve ToolBy Wes H
ODE Solve Blocks with conditional statements used to switch equationsBy Mark Buckton
Modeling a Hacksaw Blade (Creo Parametric 2.0)By Nisheeth Srivastava
Mathcad Memory Leak - Large Data on ClipboardBy Kenny Lemens
Did You Know? Creating a Square to Round Blend in PTC Creo ParametricBy Thomas McKeown
Calling REFPROP From a Mathcad 3.0 Worksheet (via Excel Component)By Matthew Strickland
Who should attend our Master Class at PTC Live Global?By Bettina Giemsa
Punch form, exclude surfacesBy Stefan Loman
Opening .igs or .stp files in CREO with the geometry in the tree.

By Matthew Carpenter

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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Simple Photo Holder uploaded by Roy Handley

Photo holder renders created students of Roy Handley posted in our Schools Program community.

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

Feature Failure with Repeating Patterns (Answered)By Jeff Wickham
Defining Weibull and custom function when using Monte CarloBy Barend Botha
The One Reason Why You Have to Come Back to PTC Live Global this YearBy Monica Simon
Creo2: Create 3D model Annotation/Note Flat to Screen with a Leader?By Lawrence Scheeler
Slicing solid model to sketch inside itBy David Probst
Flexible Pipe Design (Mathcad Prime 3.0 worksheets)By Fred Lusk
Can you make a closed and tangent-to-itself datum curve in PTC Creo 2.0?By Paul Sobejko
Not authorized to view the specified discussion 53322By James Sweeney
How to Extract Non-overlap Triplets

By Loi Le

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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Chrome Rim render by 俊瑋 廖

Chrome Rim render by 俊瑋 廖.

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

Issue with assembling angular constraintsBy Wheelsofsteel
Christoffel symbols and symbolic variablesBy Richard Messeder
Editing with the Warp Feature - Managing SymmetryBy Antonius Dirriwachter
Defining and Saving a Custom (Isometric) View in Creo Parametric 2.0By Nisheeth Srivastava
Vessel design, man hole, nozzleBy Viswanathan K
Did You Know? How to Create a Family Table By Thomas McKeown
Excessive decimals in sketcherBy Mark Evans
Tips and Tricks session at PTC Live Global in June!By David Martin
Maximize/minimize

By Barend Botha

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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Equipment for measuring the resistance by Bert Witsmeer

Equipment for measuring resistance by Bert Witsmeer.


Happy March, everyone! In case you missed it, be sure to check out the winning entries for our latest PTC Creo design contest.

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

Solid "Deep Drawing" (how to?)By Davide Boni
Mathcad to calculate magnetizationBy Denis Gorbunov
Participate in the 25th Anniversary trivia contest and win Red Sox ticketsBy Monica Simon
J.B.L Speakers (gallery)By Vipul Sandhir
Macro for Creo Simulate Fastener ResultsBy Steven Dunker
Creo Parametric animation: Red BalloonsBy Vladimir Palffy
How to minimize the waste on a DVD?By Walter Schrabmair
Screen Captures w/ Background ImageBy Antonius Dirriwachter
FIND command with limited variable range

By Max Gomes

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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The votes have been cast, collected, and counted. Now it's finally time to announce the finalists for Our 2014 PTC Creo Valentine's Day Design Contest! Here are the top three four community winners (we had a tie!) as voted by you, the members of our PTC Community:

 

 

Heart Family Vase by Sven Wiebus

"Heart Family Vase" Uploaded by: Sven Wiebus

 

 

Valentines Day Teddy Bear by Yogesh Yadav

"Valentines Day Teddy Bear" Uploaded by: Yogesh Yadav

 

 

Twisted Heart Vase by Jeremy Connaughton

"Twisted Heart Vase" Uploaded by: Jeremy Connaughton

 

 

Gyroscopic Heart Locket by Jehan Kothari

"Gyroscopic Heart Locket" Uploaded by: Jehan Kothari

 

 

Congrats to all our winners and a BIG thank you to everyone who participated in Our 2014 PTC Creo Valentine's Day Design Contest! As promised, we'll be sending out some really great PTC Community prize packs to all of our top vote getters. Be sure to head over to the Design Contest Gallery to check out all of this year's submissions and stay tuned for more fun challenges and design contests on our Member Showcase blog coming soon.

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Hello my Valentine... by Timothy McLellan

Hello my Valentine... by Timothy McLellan.


First, a hearty 'thank you' to everyone that participated in Our 2014 PTC Creo Valentine's Day Design Contest. Your submissions are always an inspiration and we certainly appreciate you helping spread the PTC Creo love. I'll have a full recap of our top three vote getters later this week.

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

How to make spring ends flat?By Kaci Beaber
Spinning heart top simulated in Creo 2.0 Mechanism DynamicsBy BJ P
Orifice Plate - Plotting 3D or Contour PlotBy Jake Roth
System Colors Shading issueBy Ken Frederick
Imaginary Exponent: (x^1i)^1iBy Loi Le
How to use "flat pattern" and get rid of useless linesBy Brandon Anderson
Fitting a function to DataBy Mark Buckton
CSPLINE and iterationBy Jocelyn Burget
How to emboss a text on circular surface similar to wrap by using offset?

By Ravi Avupati

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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Maruti Suzuki Swift render by Ram Ganesh

Maruti Suzuki Swift render by Ram Ganesh.

 

Even though Valentine's Day has come and gone we're still spreading the love with Our 2014 PTC Creo Valentine's Day Design Contest. As a reminder, we're offering up a super sweet PTC prize pack for the top three most liked entries created with PTC software. Submissions are due this Friday, February 21st so there is still plenty of time to review the entries so far and begin working on your contest entry.

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

Did You Know? How to Use Motion Skeletons to Quickly Design MechanismsBy Thomas McKeown
Material Assigning in InstancesBy Joseph Wagh
Natural Math and Units in PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0By Brent Edmonds
Horizontal axis in terms of piBy Thomas Hartman
Three good reasons why you must attend PTC Live Global this yearBy Monica Simon
How to Create a Baseline ProgrammaticallyBy Toby Pettit
Gremlins in my Mathcad - data analysis in nonlinear regressionBy Steven Clise
Helical SweepsBy Sam Booth
Ferrari F1 (Updated gallery)

By Ram Ganesh

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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Heart balloon render by Vladimir Palffy

Balloon hearts submission in Our 2014 PTC Creo Valentine's Day Design Contest by Vladimir Palffy.

 

In case you missed it: We launched Our 2014 PTC Creo Valentine's Day Design Contest last week, calling all PTC Creo creators to get tinkering on their Valentine's Day-themed designs for a chance at three PTC prize packs, as well as PTC Community fortune and glory! Submissions are due by next Friday, February 21st so get to work and submit your contest entry this week.

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

Ninja Cabling Quick Reference Sheet for PTC Creo Parametric 2.0By Brian Martin
PTC Creo 2 users - Please help with system buildBy Sharon M
Did You Know? Tips for Fewer Model Failures with Intent ReferencesBy Thomas McKeown
DFX Export SettingsBy Danilo Veljkovic
X Y plots on PTC Mathcad 15.0By Matthew Coton
PTC Mathcad Matrix to C++ CodeBy Brent Edmonds
How to convince designers to use auto numbering?By Steven Dumon
Red Sox! Red Sox! Red Sox!By Monica Simon
How can I split the surface of a finished model (PTC Creo Parametric 2.0)

By Nisheeth Srivastava

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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2011 PTC Community Heart Challenge submission by Vladimir Palffy

2011 PTC Community Heart Challenge submission by Vladimir Palffy.

 

Whether you are feeling it or not, love is in the air at PTC! And we're hoping this month's PTC Creo design contest helps you get in the mood for any Valentine's Day celebrations you may have planned next week.

 

Starting today we're asking all our PTC Creo heroes to upload their Valentine's Day-themed PTC Creo creations into our newly created 2014 Valentine's Day Design Contest photo gallery. This could be renders of a romantic heart, box of chocolates, a dozen red roses or anything that fits the festive mood. Of course, all eligible entries must be created using PTC software.

 

On Friday, February 21st at 12pm noon EST we’ll review all the submissions and select our grand prize winners. As we've done in the past, the top three community contributions with the most "likes" will each receive PTC Community prize packs. This month's prize pack again includes a PTC fleece jacket for the colder season, a double-walled PTC Community beverage tumbler, and a tote bag to pack up all those Valentine's Day treats.

 

If you're looking for some inspiration check out all the awesome submissions from our previous Valentine's Day Design Contest.

 

So what are you waiting for? Get cracking on your Valentine's Day-themed design and upload your work into our photo gallery today!

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Internal model of a drill by Luca Carraro

Drill model by Luca Carraro.

 

Happy February, everyone! Am I the only one that feels like we just rang in the New Year? A quick update: this week I'll be posting more information about our next PTC Creo design contest, where we'll once again be posting a challenge for all of our PTC Community Creo heroes.

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

Modeling a wing - (Updated tutorial)By Antonius Dirriwachter
Rotating a matrix around specific index?By Goran Krstic
PTC Live Global 2014 Frequently Asked QuestionsBy Monica Simon
Geometry pattern & feature patternBy Chandra Prakash
How to get centerline for an arc automatically?By Ravi Avupati
How-to bend sheet metal from flat to curvedBy Niels Madsen
Sketched splineBy GRAHAME WARD
Split DraftBy Tolga Kurban
Finding Root

By Akmal Hamzah

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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Timing screw model by Antonius DirriwachterTiming screw model by Antonius Dirriwachter.

 

First, a big thanks to Brian Martin for his help on keeping our PTC Community members updated on the conversations he was a part of at our Technical Committee meetings in partnership with PTC/USER which took place last week here at PTC headquarters. You can see his full recap in the discussion listed below, if you haven't had the chance you can submit your product enhancements to the PTC Technical Committees to review this summer. More to come on this as we get closer to their next section.

 

Here is this week's Member Showcase Roundup, demonstrating our members' expert use with designs, 3D models, worksheets and how-to's:

 

Enhancement Requests for Creo - January 2014 TC MeetingsBy Brian Martin
WriteDXF - Create 3D models mathematically in PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0By Brent Edmonds
Modeling linear or torsion spring in MechanismBy Dakota Miller
Did You Know? Tips for Creating Advanced Round GeometryBy Thomas McKeown
Dimensioning in PTC CreoBy Matthew Gardner
Solving Equations for undefined variable with unitsBy Paul Guentert
Whirl mixer from a customer's sketchBy Viswanathan K
Timing ScrewBy Binh Thanh Nguyen
Modeling a wing - help?

By Jun Young Kim

 

Feel free to click on any of the links above to discuss, like, rate or reply to any of this weeks' posts. Congratulations to our highlighted members for their incredible contributions this week.

 

Have you had a chance to demonstrate your expert use of PTC software? Either with a photo, video, worksheet, blog, document or file, let us know what you're up to and we'll be sure to feature your work in next week's Roundup.

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