The Manufacturing Tech Australia podcast visited LEAP’s stand at this year’s Australian Manufacturing Week to interact with some of the new technologies that were on display. Here is a record of their conversation captured on their podcast with Paul O’Shaughnessy, PTC Business Manager at LEAP Australia (plus some photos and videos from our booth display with Monash Smart Manufacturing Hub and Monash Nova Rover!)
Joe Zadnik from Monash High Powered Rocketry (HPR) explains how Creo & Windchill have been a pivotal part of the team’s recent product development phases and also discusses their recent success at the 2022 Spaceport America Cup.
See how PTC Windchill RV&S is used to manage the requirements of multi-disciplinary systems with a modern web interface and client application designed for multiuser collaboration and end-to-end traceability.
Highlights from LEAP’s recent webinar on Windchill’s Risk & Reliability suite – the industry strandard software for analysing product performance, reliability, and safety data as well as maintaining best practices within a collaborative industry environment.
Product Data Management (PDM) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) are terms that are sometimes used interchangeably, but there are actually significant differences between them – in reality PDM is too narrow to describe the full breadth of capabilities that a true PLM system offers. LEAP’s recent webinar on this topic is summarised here to clear up any misconceptions about PDM and PLM for manufacturing organisations.
Learn more about the PTC Advanced Partner Program (APP) which provides a key point of difference for PTC partners such as LEAP – demonstrating proven competence in particular technologies (such as PLM & AR).
In the final installment of our 6-part Windchill PLM webinar series, we discuss how Windchill’s core content management capabilities and the ability of organisations to utilise them as a ‘single source of truth’ facilitates collaboration across departments outside of engineering and beyond.
In the 5th installment of our 6-part Windchill PLM webinar series, we discuss the importance of quality management, the implications of problems with quality occurring and how Windchill can be utilised as the foundation for closed loop quality.