This Creo training course is developed for seasoned users who realize they can learn new techniques and workflow to become more proficient us an engineer. As with any of Design Engine heavy user training workshops the course curriculum is open for your team’s customization needs, however we may make suggestions for part, assembly, detailing & making changes utilizing Creo per topics and discussions listed on this page.
While most training providers or Software resellers don’t know what an industrial designer is, this course is specifically designed for seasoned industrial designers who have a working knowledge of Alias Studio or Rhino 3D. To Learn Creo effectively this course combines solid and surface modeling techniques utilizing the latest version of Creo. This is an intensive seven day course specifically for industrial designers and can also be administered in a two week format to maximize the learning potential.
Discuss different surfacing styles and techniques using air forms as examples.
This is an advanced course for ISDX experts looking to gain knowledge understanding and workflow with the specific ‘Surface Edit’ functionality within ISDX.
This workshop has been specifically designed for those already with a high level of Pro/Surface or ISDX experience or for those who specifically took the Design Engine Level 6 Surfacing class.
Intro to the Ansys Workbench Software. Learn how to execute analyses in a range of physics
This accelerated course is intended for designers and engineers with previous FEA experience. More emphasis on structural and thermal deformations than Level 1.
This is a fully customized course and can come with custom training materials or videos (separate quote). Often there is only one participant in this workshop, and is always customized ahead of time. This course will not be listed in the training schedule. Below is a short list that your group may want covered.
Rhino can create, edit, analyze, and translate NURBS curves, surfaces, and solids in Windows. There are no limits on complexity, degree, or size. Rhino also supports polygon meshes. Rhino easily imports into any of the big three engineering packages such as Catia, Pro/Engineer and SolidWorks.