Bowles Fluidics tests component designs years before
first physical prototypes using PTC Solutions
Using PTC Creo Flexible...
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At Bowles Fluidics Corporation, the primary mission is to be a world-class
developer and manufacturer of fluid distribut...
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Bowles Fluidics tests component designs years before first
physical prototypes using PTC Solutions
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Bowles Fluidics tests component designs years before first physical prototypes using PTC Solutions

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Using PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension, Bowles Fluidics anticipates 35% fewer design iterations, both saving time and inspiring customer confidence. PTC Creo simulation tools support digital “spray studies,” reducing the number of late changes needed.

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  1. 1. Bowles Fluidics tests component designs years before first physical prototypes using PTC Solutions Using PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension, Bowles Fluidics anticipates 35% fewer design iterations, both saving time and inspiring customer confidence. PTC Creo simulation tools support digital “spray studies,” reducing the number of late changes needed.
  2. 2. 2 At Bowles Fluidics Corporation, the primary mission is to be a world-class developer and manufacturer of fluid distribution products. For more than 50 years, the company has offered innovative products at low cost in both automotive and non-automotive markets. “Our automotive customers have development cycles that last 4-5 years. But we can run digital simulations with PTC Creo to evaluate our windshield sprayers years before the first physical prototype of a vehicle is available.” Praveen Pai, Lead designer “Using PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension, we anticipate a 35% drop in design iterations as we work with customers.” Austin Baird Engineering Systems Administrator Bowles Fluidics tests component designs years before first physical prototypes using PTC Solutions
  3. 3. 3 Bowles Fluidics tests component designs years before first physical prototypes using PTC Solutions S o l u t i o n s • With PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension, teams share new designs and ideas in 3D, cutting misunderstandings • PTC Creo simulation tools support digital “spray studies,” reducing the number of late changes needed • PTC Windchill manages & synchronizes data for all locations, connecting processes and geographies • PTC Creo modules added as needed, keeping costs down while scaling as company grows I n i t i a t i v e s • Reduce design iterations when working with customers • Create accurate, testable digital prototypes • Streamline engineering change notification process • Accommodate growing business R e s u l t s • Using PTC Creo Flexible Modeling Extension, Bowles anticipates 35% fewer design iterations, both saving time and inspiring customer confidence • Engineers evaluate performance of windshield sprayers, even at speeds of 60 mph, years before OEMs build physical automobiles • Plans to base Engineer Change Notice process on PTC Windchill • Bowles buys just the software it needs, spending only ¼ the price of competing vendors’ products for the same capabilities At Bowles Fluidics Corporation, the primary mission is to be a world-class developer and manufacturer of fluid distribution products. For more than 50 years, the company has offered innovative products at low cost in both automotive and non-automotive markets.
  4. 4. 4 Read additional PTC Creo customers stories and view video at http://ptc.co/uEXdJ and on the PTC Creo blog at http://ptc.co/uEXwd Bowles Fluidics tests component designs years before first physical prototypes using PTC Solutions

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