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FEATURING What’s New in Creo 4.0
Discover how Creo 4.0 can help you design the products of the future. Start with core enhancements that make you more productive than ever, and move on to additive manufacturing, IoT, and smart connected product design. https://www.ptc.com/cad/creo_4
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Product Data Management (PDM) - PTC
www.ptc.com/go/pdm In this video, Brian, your 3D engineering, talks about product data management (PDM) and the challenges of today's alternatives.
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How Smart, Connected Products are Transforming Competition - Harvard Business Review
Prof. Michael E. Porter and PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann introduce their November 2014 Harvard Business Review article on the impact of Smart, Connected Products and the Internet of Things (IoT) on strategy and competition. Read the article now at http://www.ptc.com/go/hbr.
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Freestyle in Action in PTC Creo - PTC
Complex surface modeling once required a high degree of expertise. But now there's Freestyle, a new set of tools available only in PTC Creo Parametric that makes it easy to create freeform models with high-quality, curvature-continuous surfaces.
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New to Creo 4.0 - Additive Manufacturing - Lattice Feature
Creation of 2 1/2 D and 3D lattice feature in Creo Parametric
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Introducing FreeStyle in Creo Parametric - PTC
http://creo.ptc.com/ Paul Sagar, Director of Product Management for Creo at PTC, demonstrates the key capabilities of FreeStyle. Freestyle is a set of capabilities inside Creo Parametric that allows for rapid freeform surface creation, built on the concept of sub-divisional modeling. Create great looking concepts rapidly from scratch, or leverage sketches from Creo Sketch to turn 2D artwork into 3D models.
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Mechanisms with PTC Creo - PTC Creo Showcase
With PTC Creo Parametric designers can build assemblies using mechanical connections, enabling them to investigate the motion behavior of their designs under real life conditions.
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PTC Windchill PDM Essentials Quick Tour - PTC
http://www.ptc.com/product/windchill/pdm-essentials/ PTC gives a brief demonstration of the first release of PTC Windchill PDM Essentials. Based on PTC's production-proven PLM software, this product empowers smaller organizations to effectively organize and manage their product content so they can improve design reuse, broaden access to product information and ensure control over product development activities.
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PTC's Vision for Smart, Connected Products
The Internet of Things has the potential to create trillions of dollars of new economic value in the coming decade. To capture this value, manufacturers will rely on new applications that enable the creation of smart, connected products. To learn more, visit http://www.ptc.com/topics/smart-connected-products/
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Understanding PLM - PTC
Great products come from great companies. The complexities of today's products, business processes, and global environments make getting to great more challenging than ever. See how your company can be great with Product Lifecycle Management (PLM).
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What is PTC Creo?
Learn more about PTC Creo, PTC's suite of product design software, delivering unprecedented value to organizations developing products.
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Thrill Seeker Overcomes Limits with College Park and PTC Creo - PTC
http://www.ptc.com/product/creo/ Reggie Showers relishes life like few others. He's a two-time world motorcycle drag racing champion, a pilot, a rock climber, and a certified snowboard instructor. "Every day I wake up is a beautiful day," he says. "Even when the sun's not shining, it's still shining in my life." As a two-limb bilateral amputee, Showers has learned to take little for granted, embracing a life of adventure, nature, and ... technology. PTC Creo helps make College Park more competitive. In a recent redesign of the company's Soleus line, College Park developed and introduced a new product in record time. "We wanted to get the product to market fast and make sure it was as durable and light as possible," says Taszreak. "With PTC Creo, we optimized the design to reduce weight and also increase strength, cutting weight by 10% and upping strength by 40%." Learn more about this story at www.ptc.com/go/cp Start with PTC Creo. Stop at nothing.
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Creo Simulation Capabilities
Simulation Drives Product Design. Enable Innovation. Empower Productivity. When simulation drives design decisions, engineers have better insight on the impact of different parameters. This leads to better, more informed decisions. • Analyze Trade-Offs. • Optimize Design. • Reduce Excess Material. • Evaluate Motion Envelopes. https://www.ptc.com/cad/creo/
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Simulation for Designers - PTC
http://www.ptc.com/product/creo/simulate/ Simulations have to wait for CAD. Analysts must revise analyses continually based on changes to the CAD model, then rerun their calculations. In this way, CAD becomes a bottleneck as well as a separate silo of data. When design engineers need analysts to validate designs, they are not only subjected to the analysts' schedule- it is also difficult to quickly and efficiently address any design issues. With Creo, designers can quickly and easily validate their designs -- without waiting on the analyst.
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PLM versus ERP - PTC
Tom Shoemaker, VP of Product Marketing at PTC, discusses the growth of PLM beyond its CAD industry roots into Change and Configuration Management and Product Analytics-expanding into an enterprise system with value proposition that rivals ERP.
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PTC Creo Parametric in Action - PTC
PTC Creo Parametric is the standard in 3D CAD software. It provides the broadest range of powerful yet flexible 3D CAD capabilities to accelerate the design of parts and assemblies. By automating tasks such as creating engineering drawings, you're able to avoid errors and save significant time in the product development process. The software also lets you perform basic analysis, create renderings and animations, and optimize productivity across a full range of other mechanical design tasks, including a check for how well your design conforms to best practices. PTC Creo Parametric helps you design higher-quality products faster and allows you to communicate more efficiently with manufacturing, suppliers and your customers.
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FEATURING Creo 4.0 - Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)
With Creo, you can take your product from initial concept all the way through to print-check. What you design in Creo is what you print. The software also helps you to optimize parts with parametrically-controlled lattice structures and much more. https://www.ptc.com/cad/creo_4/
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Rockwell Automation Live Demo, LiveWorx 2018
Andy Balousek shows a live demo of a Rockwell Automation filling machine at LiveWorx 2018, PTC's premiere tech conference. This live demo shows the benefits of combining Rockwell Automation's technology with PTC's manufacturing software solutions.
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Arbortext 3D Service Information on iPAD - PTC
http://www.ptc.com/go/service/ Brian Lindauer, SVP Arbortext Product Development, previews the Arbortext Service Information Center on the Apple iPAD featuring real-time, contextual service and parts information, information 3D parts lists and animations.
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Shaping the Future of the IoT
Mike Campbell, PTC's Executive Vice President of the CAD division sees the world a little differently. Everything is about smart connectivity. At #LiveWorx in Boston, Campbell and PTC President and CEO Jim Heppelmann spoke to a room of 2,300 people about bridging the gap between the physical and digital worlds using the Internet of Things (IoT). Campbell and Heppelmann used a tricked-out, race-winning Santa Cruz bike as a technology demonstration of the IoT to demonstrate how data can be leveraged from a smart, connected product. The bike was outfitted with sensors that were linked to a dashboard, giving a real-time view into the bike’s performance in an on-screen “digital twin” that moved in sync with the physical bike; suspension, wheel rotation, the angle at which the handlebars would turn – everything was displayed on a screen. The bike’s sensors were inexpensive, off-the-shelf components from Amazon and fabricated using a 3D printer, and the idea of using a bike showed how simple everyday items can be transformed with the IoT to become cutting-edge. While sensors and dashboards bridge the physical and digital worlds, Campbell says the concept of the digital twin demonstrates how engineers can think about embedding a digital DNA into product design from the inception. Smart, connected products that leverage sensors, a digital twin and augmented reality enabled companies and engineers to learn how a product is used in the real world across hundreds or thousands of devices. "The bike allows us to clearly communicate technology proof points that can help people understand the broader vision that we have," said Campbell. "We want to give our customers a competitive advantage in the way they create, connect, operate and service their smart products and smart systems."
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Arbortext Editor 5.4 - Highlights - PTC
Learn how Arbortext Editor 5.4 extends the use of Editor with a new downloadable lightweight XM authoring tool for use within a Web-based application. Arbortext Editor 5.4 also improves interactivity between graphics and text in technical product information and offers new support for the latest DITA 1.2 specification.
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We’re hiring: looking for Brains and Passion at PTC Spain
We look for talented and passionate candidates like you. If you’re eager to develop in an international work environment, where the team is a focus, people are valued, positive attitude and new ideas are welcomed, apply on our website! http://ptc.co/sovo30gg4H4
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Late Stage Design Changes - PTC
http://www.ptc.com/go/agility In this video, Brian, your 3D engineering wonderkid, talks about the challenges of late stage design changes - like when they keep you from your vacation.
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HBR Article Summary:  Professor Porter - How Smart, Connected Products Are Transforming Companies
Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter, co-author of a new HBR article with PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann, provides an executive summary of the new article on the impact of the IoT on companies’ operations and organizational structure.
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Rock Fan Engineers Fine Instrument Sound in New Guitar Design - PTC
Aristides Instruments is cultivating a new league of guitar hero's with revolutionary new guitars. Founder Aristides Poort and his team developed a new fiberglass material called Arium, new design approaches, and new methods of manufacturing guitars. Nout van Heumen, Industrial Designer/Product Engineer demonstrates what is thought to be impossible can be done with PTC Creo. Guitarist Timo Somers discusses what this new guitars means to him. Read about Aristides Instruments journey at http://www.ptc.com/solutions/product-platforms/aristides/
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PTC Creo View MCAD - PTC Creo Showcase
PTC Creo View MCAD, a powerful yet easy to use suite of design review tools, enables anyone to investigate product designs and collaborate across the organization by bringing 3D product models, assemblies, drawings, images and documents to their desktop.
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What's New in PTC Creo 3.0
Brian Thompson, VP of PTC Creo Product Management, introduces the key highlights of PTC Creo 3.0, including Unite Technology, UX enhancements, and new extensions.
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Creo Piping and Cabling Extension
As product complexity continues to increase, organizations need to optimize their piping and cabling design process. See how the PTC Creo Piping and Cabling Extension (PCX), enables designers to create routed systems quickly and easily directly in the 3D environment or intelligently driven by a 2D schematic. https://www.ptc.com/cad/creo/
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PTC PLM Cloud Demo video
This short video gives a brief demonstration of some of the core capabilities available within all PTC PLM Cloud packages.
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Creo 2.0: New Sheet Metal Capabilities for Creo Parametric - PTC
http://www.ptc.com/product/creo/parametric Paul Sagar, Product Management Director for Creo Parametric at PTC, introduces and demonstrates the Creo 2.0 key highlights for Creo Parametric in the area of sheet metal design. Work using sheet metal without headaches. Industry-leading capabilities such as persistent flat pattern preview, streamlined workflows, and dynamic previews and editing make Creo Parametric sheet metal the leader in design efficiency. New capabilities and overhauled workflows let you add a bend between two walls, create sketch-based form features, and detect overlapping geometry in a live-flat pattern preview. Creo Parametric provides the broadest range of powerful yet flexible 3D CAD capabilities to help you address your most pressing design challenges including accommodating late stage changes, working with multi-CAD data and electromechanical design. Creo Parametric is part of PTC's Creo suite of design software.
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FEATURING Creo 4.0 - Model Based Definition (MBD)
Learn how Creo can make implementing MBD easy and nearly error-free. MBD is a process by which designers embed all the necessary product manufacturing information directly in their 3D models, where everyone can access the data. Creo 4.0, you can be confident that your model complies with the relevant standard for geometric dimensioning and tolerancing and is fully constrained. https://www.ptc.com/en/cad/mbd/
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Jim Heppelmann BBC Business Live Interview
Watch Jim Heppelmann in this interview courtesy of BBC Business Live where he explains how companies achieve this connectivity and build applications that make companies more efficient. He also demos the new Harvard Business Review article, "Why Every Organization Needs an AR Strategy." You can download your copy here: http://ptc.co/3P3g30i9mVO
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PTC Creo Layout in Action - PTC
PTC Creo Parametric offers the highest level of performance of any 3D parametric modeling software, giving you greater depth of capabilities, and more optional extensions to meet your specific needs.
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Creo 2.0: What's New in Creo Direct - PTC
http://www.ptc.com/product/creo/direct Martin Nuemueller, Product Management Director for Creo Direct at PTC, introduces and demonstrates the Creo 2.0 key highlights for Creo Direct. Highlights include designing in the context of the assembly, improved roundtripping between Creo Direct and Creo Parametric and better change tracking in Creo Parametric, Creo Direct is a stand-alone 3D CAD app for a broad range of users across the enterprise. Creating and modifying 3D designs is fast and easy with Creo Direct, especially for someone transitioning from 2D to 3D CAD or a casual user, and is part of PTC's Creo suite of design software.
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PTC Creo Intelligent Fastener Extension (Lite)
There is a new solution for assembling standard fixing hardware. The lite version of Intelligent Fastener is available in PTC Creo Parametric without a separate license.
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New to Creo 4.0 - Interactive Surface Design - Style G3 Connection
Productivity Enhancement - Style G3 Connection
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PTC Creo Advanced Assembly Extension - PTC Creo Showcase
For organizations seeking to improve the productivity of their design teams, PTC Creo Advanced Assembly Extension (AAX) supports best in class concurrent engineering capabilities. With PTC Creo AAX, critical design information can be shared with individual team members enabling them to complete their tasks concurrently while working within the context of the full assembly.
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Compare Freestyle in Creo Parametric and Pro/ENGINEER - PTC
http://www.ptc.com/product/creo/parametric This video compares and contrasts the Freestyle design capabilities in Creo Parametric 2.0 with equivalent capabilities in Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0. This head-to-head comparison shows a range a typical tasks and activities, carried out using out-of-the-box versions, on the same hardware platform. The user has completed standard product training for both releases. The Freestyle design features in Creo Parametric 2.0 help users create simple or complex shapes, yet still deliver high-quality engineering surfaces in breakthrough time. In this comparison, the user dramatically increases design productivity, spending 92% less time performing the activity with Creo Parametric 2.0 compared to Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0. Some sequences from the Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 recording have been edited and shortened to accommodate easier viewing, but actual recorded times are indicated by the time counters. Creo Parametric provides the broadest range of powerful yet flexible 3D CAD capabilities to help you address your most pressing design challenges including accommodating late stage changes, working with multi-CAD data and electromechanical design. Creo Parametric is part of PTC's Creo suite of design software.
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Creo View Mobile Quick Tour - PTC
http://www.ptc.com/product/creo/view/mobile Michael Distler, PTC Product Marketing Director, gives a brief demonstration of the first release of Creo View Mobile. Wherever you are, Creo View Mobile gives you up-to-date product visibility. Anyone can now instantly visualize 3D Creo View models on their iPhone or iPad.
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Effer S.P.A. Customer Story - Uses PTC Creo and Windchill to design and develop Hydraulic Cranes
Effer S.P.A. specializes in the production of hydraulic cranes. They needed to reduce the designing time and optimize data management. Effer S.P.A. chose PTC Creo as parametric CAD solution because of the precision, reliability and data protection the software offers. This video will show how by using 3D modeling and Windchill Effer S.P.A. is able to reduce errors, costs and optimize data management for product development.
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New Mirror Component Tool
There is a new Mirror Component tool.
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The New Data Resource - How Smart, Connected Product Are Transforming Companies
PTC President and CEO and co-author of How Smart, Connected Product Are Transforming Companies, introduces the value and significance of IoT data for companies: Data Analytics, Data Integration, Digital Twin and Augmented and Virtual Reality
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The Undeniable Business Case of the IoT
Experts from PTC and Sysmex America explain how the IoT is creating new revenue opportunities for businesses | Connect with PTC: http://ptc-iot.com/sBwWKdd The business case for the Internet of Things and augmented reality in enterprise has never been stronger. Companies are leveraging these technologies to create entirely new products to increase connectivity across their organizations, and to better understand how their products are being used. Jim Heppelmann, president and CEO of PTC, has witnessed the change. “The kinds of products that we can build now with software and connectivity and digital interfaces are just fundamentally different than what we were previously capable of creating,” Heppelmann says. “It’s a big, transformational moment in the world of products.” The benefits of implementing these new technologies are immediate, says Jill Newberg, senior director, market development, PLM, PTC. “One of the short-term benefits that companies can experience by rolling out IoT today, even in a pilot scenario, is to combine some silos of information in their company that weren’t connected before.” Michael Campbell, executive vice president, Vuforia Studio, says both businesses and their customers are benefiting from these developments. “Many companies are realizing that by connecting their products, they’re better able to market and sell their products,” Campbell says. “They understand their customers better, because the product is communicating to them about their customer. It’s telling them how their customer is using the product. Many of our customers are beginning to find upsell opportunities, or cross-sell opportunities.” Steve Postma, enterprise architect for the medical device manufacturer Sysmex America, explains that this new technology is already solving one of the medical profession’s biggest quandaries: “How do we integrate all various sources of information and present that information just in time to what either our field source engineers need or our customers need in order to help achieve the highest uptime of their medical instrument?” The scope of the IoT isn’t limited to consumer devices. In fact, its biggest opportunity comes at the enterprise level, where it’s closing the loop between design, engineering, service, sales, and marketing, Heppelmann explains. “This loop closes all the way back to engineering,” he says. “I now have the opportunity from a design perspective to understand, what are the conditions where my products are used? I made some assumptions about requirements, but now I truly understand what’s happening with that product, and all of that yields a tremendous amount of efficiency.” For more on the business case for IoT in enterprise, join the conversation on social media by following the #IoT hashtag. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://ptc-iot.com/MgS6BkK Follow us on Twitter: http://ptc-iot.com/xhcHiQR Discover more about the IoT in enterprise and PTC: http://ptc-iot.com/x9gGkUj
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Managing Requirements with PTC Integrity
These challenges stem from a lack of visibility into changing requirements, poor communication of change, and lack of traceability between requirements and other artifacts throughout the software development lifecycle. Industry research shows that the root cause of 56 percent of all errors identified in products and engineering projects are introduced in the requirements phase. Better to get it right the first time!
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Introduction to Pro/ENGINEER Reverse Engineering Extension - PTC
Superior free-form surfacing capabilities to quickly and easily create highly precise and distinctly aesthetic product designs.
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Valerio Cometti+V12 Design- Customer Story on Innovation, Design and Creativity- Italy
Valerio Cometti+ V12 Design focus is in innovation, product design and creative direction. One of the main challenges the company faces is the constant clash between engineering and creative team. Because of this the company needed software that allowed them to bring together the sensitivity of a designer and tools that will deliver precision. The company adopted Creo as a sole modeling platform because it provides them with the opportunity to develop designs with excellent precision and detail. This video will show how Valerio Cometti+V12 design using Creo and Augmented Reality is able to offer its leading diverse clients with innovative products.
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Using Real-Time Java for Industrial Control
This compelling video, presented by Randy Rorden, Dir. of Software Development at PTC, shows how Java can be used for real-time IoT edge applications requiring deterministic behavior.
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Fatigue Analysis with Multiple Load Sets
Depending on the type of load being applied, you may prefer to group these loads separately rather than put them into a single load set. In addition you may want to analyze certain loads but not others. In this example, you are working with a gearbox component. In the Model Tree you can see three loads. As is the case with any fatigue analysis, you need to define a material that has a fatigue criteria set. Right-click Material Assignment1 and select Edit Definition to open the Material Assignment dialog box to see what material is assigned. Click More to open the Material dialog box. Under Materials in Model select the material. In this example select GRAY_CAST_IRON and click OK to open the Material Definition dialog box. In the Fatigue area of this dialog box define a Unified Material Law (UML). In the Material Type box, Other, is added to the list of materials. In the Surface Finish box, the list of finishes is updated. When working with a model from an earlier release, a conversion is required. If this is the case, a warning appears indicating that some of the surface finishes defined in the model are no longer supported. You are prompted to provide the Failure Strength Reduction Factor to take these finishes into account. After the materials are defined and applied click OK to close multiple dialog boxes. The first analysis you need to run is the static analysis. Click Analyses and Studies to open Analyses and Design Studies dialog box. For this example, you can see that the analysis, Gearbox, is completed. Click File ▶ New Fatigue to run a fatigue analysis. In the Fatigue Analysis Definition dialog box there are some changes. The Previous Analysis tab is first, followed by the Load History tab. On the Previous Analysis tab, you can see that the load sets from the model are listed. For this example, select the three load sets and click the Load History tab where you define the Desired Endurance. For this example, Desired Endurance is set to 2e+5. Next, define the load criteria for each load set. In the Load Set box, select the load. Select an Amplitude Type such as Zero-Peak. Complete this operation for each of the load sets in the model. Click OK and then from the Analyses and Design Studies dialog box, run the analysis. After the analysis is completed, you can view the results. In this example you review the fatigue fringe plot for Log Life. In the Results window you can see that most of the model has a Log Life of 20. This means ten to the power of twenty cycles will pass before the crack initiates. You can review the model and see areas that have a lower defined Log Life. To get a better perspective, you can select in the legend and type a value such as 15. This redistributes the levels from first to last so that you can get a better idea of where there are potential issues in the model. This enhancement improves your ability to analyze a model with multiple loads and to determine the life expectancy of your design.
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