PTC Creo Mechanism Dynamics Extension 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 Mechanism Dynamics Extension, you can determine, on a desktop, how your design will react to dynamic forces such as gravity and friction. You can perform your tests virtually very early in the design phase when correcting problems is much less costly. 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 Mechanism Dynamics Extension takes advantage of the integrated toolset of PTC. This means there are no errors in data translation from one application to another. The graphical user interface is the same one used to design the product in PTC Creo. Furthermore, the model data is the same as PTC Creo, with no waste of time to translate data for analysis. After implementing engineering changes, you simply rerun the analysis, generating a higher quality model, faster.
Eliminate time, effort, and money spent on data translation
Reduce development costs by creating virtual prototypes
Incorporate changes into the products faster and earlier
Deliver higher quality products to market first by reducing development time
Reduce warranty costs by generating a better estimate of your product's life
Eliminate costly manufacturing errors with specific, animated production instructions
Create more innovative products by using the time-savings gained from virtual testing
Work within an easy-to-learn, highly intuitive user interface
Capabilities and specifications
Explore real-world behavior
Simulate gravity, springs, dampers, belts, gears, contact, and friction
Perform kinematic analysis as well as dynamic motion analysis
Detect problems with clearances and interferences early in the design cycle
Import behavioral data from applications such as PTC Mathcad or Microsoft Excel
Easily share results via intuitive graphs
Measure and graph custom specifications, such as velocity, at a specific joint
Graph critical reactionary forces
Share results with others using graphs and animations; output your tabular data to spreadsheets
Compare real-time motion with the graphical results
Increase flexibility to explore complex, real-world situations with advanced motion analysis
Use static analysis to determine loading at a static point
Analyze belt connections, slot motors, dynamic gears, and generic gears
Determine forces necessary to put a mechanism into motion, with inverse static loading
Easily create complex motion envelope parts of select components in your mechanism
Create user-defined forces and motor profiles as custom functions of measured force, torque, time, acceleration, velocity, or position
Model proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controllers, as well as non-linear springs and dampers
Integrate design and simulation
Transfer reaction, gravity, and inertial loads directly to PTC Creo Simulate
Set design feasibility and optimization study goals for kinematic and dynamic performance
Download and test PTC Creo before you make your purchasing decision.
Recommended System Specification
Manufacturer's system requirements are generally the bare minimum that you need to run the software and insufficient for effective and productive operation of the product.
Our suggested "real world" mid-range desktop system key specifications to properly runCreoare as follows:
CPU: Intel Core i7
Graphics Card: NVIDIA QUADRO RTX4000
Hard Drive: 1TB NVMe
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro
Novedge, in partnership withHigh Speed Computing, can also provide the perfect hardware for your design needs,pre-installed with your software, at a very competitive price. Contact us to discuss custom-configured workstations and laptops.