Razorleaf Speaking at AU 2014

 

Autodesk University LogoHere at Razorleaf, we’re involved in just about any kind of technology that can help engineering and manufacturing companies succeed, and that recently has started to include a number of PLM tools from Autodesk. In fact, we’ve had a number of successes with Autodesk’s PLM 360 product. One of our projects was notable enough that we were asked to speak at Autodesk University 2014 with our client, Inphi. Read on to learn more about what and when we’ll be presenting. Continue Reading

Autodesk Announces PLM-Specific Event

Autodesk Accelerate 2014 Event LogoAutodesk has announced its first-ever Autodesk PLM 360 User Conference, Accelerate 2014, to be held September 16-17 in Boston. This free event looks to be a great place not only to network with others in the Autodesk PLM 360 community and meet the Autodesk PLM 360 product and support teams, but also to hear from industry leaders and analysts about trends in product innovation and manufacturing. Continue Reading

PTC Introduces Creo

If you’re a 3D CAD user, you no doubt recognize the name PTC, or at the very least, Pro/ENGINEER.  But with the recent announcement by PTC of their new product line, Creo, the Pro/E brand’s days have become numbered.  Creo is a new line of products based on technology from PTC’s three main design and viewing brands, Pro/ENGINEER, ProductView, and CoCreate.  Creo was introduced October 28th, 2010 (known up until the launch date as “Project Lightning”) and is slated to be delivered in 2011.  Those are the basics, but what is this really all about and why is it important in the PLM industry?  Continue Reading

Reduce-Reuse-Recycle… Data?

Recycle Icon GlossyI’ve sold and demo’ed it all. SolidWorks, Pro/ENGINEER, SDRC, Autodesk, you name it. And one of the biggest selling points that we had for parametrics was the argument for data reuse. “Why would you spend all day doing File, Save As when you can build once and use as many times as you want?” Besides, its popular to recycle these days – even if you’re just recycling data.  Continue Reading