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Tailor Your Designs to Your Customer Needs Transformers Made to Order

Tailor Your Designs to Your Customer Needs Transformers Made to Order

Tailor Your Designs to Your Customer Needs

It's a fairly common scenario today for car buyers. Now, the rest of the manufacturing world is striving to achieve the same kind of rapid customization for their customers. And those who succeed will win hearts, minds, and dollars, and position themselves for tremendous future growth.

Transformers Made to Order

It might seem on the surface that the concept of rapid design customization and the design of a 350-ton power transformer with up to 3,000 unique components would not go together. But they do.

Driving Unique Product Variations

The key to creating flexible, reusable models is the ability to capture and organize critical design criteria. Information such as parameters, engineering rules, space claims, motion envelope, and system interface information needs to be readily accessible for modification and sharing.

A Custom-Made World

One of the challenges that manufacturers face-now that they are working to get their products to market as fast as possible-is managing the tremendous amount of changes to their product that occur both during the design phase and throughout the lifecycle of the product.

The PTC Solution

PTC provides solutions to address customer business problems through establishing common product platform and rapid design customization systems. These solutions combine the best of PTC software suite functionality with the service competencies of PTC's Global Services and its extended service partner network

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