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CNB Cuts Development Cycles by 50% with PTC Creo
CNB Cuts Development Cycles by 50% with PTC Creo
CNB Cuts Development Cycles by 50% with PTC Creo
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CNB Cuts Development Cycles by 50% with PTC Creo

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Learn how PTC Creo helped CNB bring the CNB 76, their largest product yacht to date, from initial idea to production in less than 2 years. …

Learn how PTC Creo helped CNB bring the CNB 76, their largest product yacht to date, from initial idea to production in less than 2 years.

See CNB in action. Read the inspiring story and view video at http://ptc.co/skm7U and on the PTC Creo blog at http://ptc.co/skmeQ

Learn about additional PTC Creo customers at http://ptc.co/skmlg


CNB’s mission is to design and build boats that are fast, beautiful, seaworthy, comfortable, and safe. For more than 25 years, this French company has been producing yachts and superyachts, from initial design to launch.

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  • 1. Image credit: CNB picture library / Nicolas Claris The CNB 76 went from initial idea to production in less than 2 years.
  • 2. CNB Cuts Development Cycles by 50% with PTC Creo CNB’s mission is to design and build boats that are fast, beautiful, seaworthy, comfortable, and safe. For more than 25 years, this French company has been producing yachts and superyachts, from initial design to launch. “The combination of PTC Creo and PTC Windchill is undoubtedly the best product development platform available for us.” Paul Rampini, Industrial Director at CNB “With PTC Creo, the team can work concurrently on the overall yacht including the hull, interiors, piping and electrical systems, the massive 25mlong hull and molds, technical documentation, manufacturing instructions, and marketing literature.” Sébastien Lucas, Senior Engineer 2
  • 3. CNB Cuts Development Cycles by 50% with PTC Creo CNB’s mission is to design and build boats that are fast, beautiful, seaworthy, comfortable, and safe. For more than 25 years, this French company has been producing yachts and superyachts, from initial design to launch. Initiatives • Deliver more innovative and luxurious yachts in the shortest time while facing tough, global competition on price and style. • Complete design work as early as possible so that client can provide early approval and commit to the project Solution • PTC Creo delivers easy, intuitive design capabilities that enable designers to explore alternative designs easily, and select the best one to move forward with. • Standardization on PTC solutions enable the whole teams to work concurrently on the overall yacht including the hull, interiors, piping and electrical systems, the massive 25m-long hull and molds, technical documentation, manufacturing instructions, and marketing literature. Results • The company’s latest model, the CNB 76, is its largest production yacht to date. • Made of composites, with a perfectly streamlined hull shape and overall design are truly worthy of the 21st century. • The CNB 76 went from initial idea to production in less than 2 years • Development time was cut by up to 50% compared to previous comparable yachts. 3
  • 4. CNB Cuts Development Cycles by 50% with PTC Creo See CNB in action. Read the inspiring story and view video at http://ptc.co/skm7U and on the PTC Creo blog at http://ptc.co/skmeQ Learn about additional PTC Creo customers at http://ptc.co/skmlg 4

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