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Designed in Creo – ZF Wind Power

ZF uses PTC Mathcad and Creo to accelerate their design process
    ZF Wind Power is a globally established designer, manufacturer and supplier of reliable, custom-built gearboxes for multi-MW wind turbines with a power capacity ranging from 1.5 to 6.15 MW. ZF uses PTC Mathcad for engineering calculations, Creo for 3D design, and Windchill for data management. Read more here What Creo can do for you:...

Designed in Creo – Playmobil

PLAYMOBIL designed in Creo
Since 1974, Playmobil has made over 2.7 billion little plastic people. The company started with just three figures: a knight, an American Indian, and a construction worker. Today, that number exceeds 4,000 figures and 30 different Playmobil worlds. The number of Playmobil plastic people on the planet grows by 275,000 a day, or just over...

Designed in Creo – Britax

Britax designed in Creo
Engineering a reliable infant car seat, convertible car seat or booster seat is no minor accomplishment. Designers think about protecting the head from impact, keeping the child’s body from flying forward, meeting more stringent and ever-changing safety regulations, comfort, and even the ’ease of use’ for the caregiver who has to install the seat and...

Designed in Creo – Aston Martin Racing

Aston Martin designed in Creo
        Aston Martin Racing has three models of racing car – the V8 Vantage GT4, the V12 Vantage GT3 and the V8 Vantage GTE – with numerous wins to their name. “We used Creo Parametric, along with its Advanced Assembly, Simulation, and Mechanism Analysis Extensions, to design three cars all with very...

Designed in Creo – Microsoft Surface

Microsoft Surface designed in Creo at LEAP Australia
    No stranger to the hardware market, Microsoft not only used Creo to design the Surface but also the Xbox, Kinect and Arc Touch mouse devices. On top of that, the engineering department at Microsoft uses Creo Parametric running on a Surface to design future iterations of the range. Read more here What Creo...