PTC® Creo® MDO Mechanism Dynamic Option

PTC® Creo® Mechanism Dynamics Option

MDO ermöglicht die virtuelle Simulation realer Kräfte und die Analyse der Produktreaktion auf die Kräfte

PTC® Creo® Mechanism Dynamics Option

PTC® Creo® Mechanism Dynamics Option (MDO) allows you to virtually simulate real-world forces and analyze how your product will react to them, Analyze Dynamic Forces with a Powerful Prototyping Solution without building costly physical prototypes. Gaining insight into product behavior early in the design phase allows you to build better products, while saving you time and money.

Simulate real-world forces

With PTC Creo MDO, you can determine, on a desktop –, how your design will react to dynamic forces such as gravity and friction. Since you can conduct this analysis without having to build a physical prototype, you can perform your tests very early in the design phase when correcting problems is much less costly. Also, when building a physical prototype it’s likely to be of much higher quality as you’ve already completed a series of vigorous tests, virtually. By building fewer physical prototypes, you not only cut costs, but you also reduce time-to-market because you’re building a better quality product that is ‘right the first time.’

Design and analyze concurrently

PTC Creo MDO takes advantage of the integrated toolset of PTC Creo. This means there are no errors in data translation from one application to another. Additionally, engineers working with PTC Creo MDO are already familiar with the graphical user interface, as it is the same one used to design the product in PTC Creo. Furthermore, since PTC Creo MDO already leverages the same model data as PTC Creo, you won’t waste time translating data for analysis. After implementing engineering changes, you simply rerun the analysis, generating a higher quality model, faster.

PTC® Creo® Mechanism Dynamics Option

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