Tag: Mathcad Prime 3.0

Preserving Design Intent Throughout Product Development

Ptc Creo and PTC mathcad integration

**Guest Post by Andrew McGough** In my previous engineering life I worked as an engineer at Marconi Radar Systems in the UK, a company that designed and built ground, air, and naval radar equipment. I started there as an apprentice and in my initial three years training and subsequent twelve years in several different roles I came to trust the …

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“The finger cut, to save the hand”: Keyboard Shortcuts in Mathcad Prime

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**Guest Post by Anji Seberino** Lately there has been a lot of discussion, and expressed frustration, over shortcuts in Mathcad Prime.  The frustration seems to focus on two general areas.  The first is the fact that the shortcut for variable subscripts [aka literal subscripts] has changed, and the second is the perception that there are far fewer shortcuts available in …

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Calculate, Analyze, Document, and Share

PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 Global Definitions Operator

Do you risk your most important calculations to spreadsheets? Calculations are the heart of engineering and vital to the success of projects and product design. It is essential to capture calculations in a way that is easy to reuse, analyze, and share with others. This allows you to spend more of your time actually engineering. Join us for this FREE …

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Desktop Engineering Highlights PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 as Editor’s Pick of the Week

Mathcad Data File Output Rendering

PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 was recently highlighted as Desktop Engineering’s Editor’s Pick of the Week on January 15th, 2014. Read the full article here. They write, “PTC Inc. (Needham, MA) recently announced the availability of PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0, the latest version of its engineering calculation software for solving, analyzing and sharing engineering design knowledge. At the same time, it also released …

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Do you risk your most important calculations to spreadsheets?

A KPMG study found that, in a sample of 22 spreadsheets, 91 percent contained errors. Is this a fluke? Nope. A similar study by S.G. Powell discovered that, in a sample of 25 operational spreadsheets, 10 had an error — with the consequent financial impact ranging from $216,806 to $110,543,305. That’s not the kind of money any company can risk …

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Live November 7th- PTC Mathcad’s Virtual Event!

We are excited to announce that Mathcad Engage 2012, PTC Mathcad’s virtual event will be live on November 7th at 12pm EST in just 4 short days! Register now for the whole day or to see your favorite presentation topic. Here’s a list of some of the presentations you can’t miss… 12:10-12:15 “Welcome to Mathcad Engage 2012” (Presentation by Brent …

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New Numerical Functions in Mathcad Prime 3.0

In addition to the documenting features, conversion ease and performance improvements, Mathcad Prime 3.0 will introduce new numerical improvements. One interesting enhancement is the new Matrix Factorization Functions, which are an essential tool in linear algebra applications. These advances will improve direct solution of linear systems, forming matrix inverse and obtaining least square solution to over-determined systems. Historically, Mathcad offered …

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The Power of Engineering Analysis Standardization

The strategic value of standardization and process control in product development processes has long been recognized. Its initial value was documented in the production phase of product development, which was popularized by Ford’s Model T assembly line system. Six Sigma and Lean Engineering methods popularized by General Electric and Toyota saw the value of standardization and process control extended to …

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So many Creo Apps… How about Mathcad?

Guest blog by Mark Walker Director of Mathcad Product Management, PTC   I’m pleased to share that we’re working on a new architectural solution to enable direct utilization of Mathcad inside Creo models.  PTC has captured many related use cases in recent years, but we haven’t had the ideal foundational relationship between the two apps to best solve those use …

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An Inside Look at Mathcad Prime 3.0: Part 2

In my last post, I discussed some of the new features that will be available in Mathcad Prime 3.0 having to do with documentation and presentation. In this post I will be exploring some more of the new functionality of Mathcad Prime 3.0 that Mark Walker, Director of Product Management for Mathcad, shared with me. Walker explained that in addition …

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