This course is for new and seasoned users alike that want to become experts at the Die Cast manufacturing process. The course material for this die casting part design workshop is designed to provide a working knowledge of the die cast molding industry. The bulk of the time in this workshop will be spent on the part design requirements imposed on the designer by the die casting process and the CAD design tool of choice.
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.
This course is designed for new users who want to test, validate, and optimize Creo models & assemblies. Creo Simulate enables engineers to simulate structural and thermal loads on products. Participants will also complete comprehensive, hands-on lab exercises that simulate realistic analysis, and design optimization activities.
This Creo Level 1 course is designed for new users who want to become proficient in Creo in just one week. Introduction to constraint based modeling, assembly, detailing, and making changes utilizing the latest release of Pro/ENGINEER are just a few of the skills you will gain in this intensive week of training. We will work in depth with you to help you learn Creo; not read to you from an exercise book. As with all Design-Engine classes, participants keep training materials, logins, and passwords for life, as new material is often added over time.
This Creo update training is designed for experienced users of older versions of pro engineer wildfire or Creo. Students will grasp parametric modeling techniques using the latest release of Creo (or other specified version as requested by student). Participants will study various new features and practice parametric modeling techniques to incorporate new functions into their workflow. Participants will compare and contrast differences of Wildfire 5.0 or earlier releases to Creo 3.0.
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.
This 4-week comprehensive course is best suited to prepare design engineers or design technicians by learning Creo & skills to gain employment. The course can run consecutive or nonconsecutive to complete the four weeks. In this course we also make available the Design Engine database for submitting cover letter & resume to various companies. Read More….
This advanced Creo training course is developed for more advanced surfacing modelers who want to become experts at using Creo Surfaces. In this course we help design engineers and industrial designers leverage parent child constraints and learn how to make changes quickly to set them up for becoming experts faster. Discuss the many different Creo surfacing styles and techniques. Force rounds with Surfaces and apply Creo Surfaces on Solid geometry. Parting lines on parting surfaces. Using Sweeps and blends. Using graph features, trajpar & evalgraph. We do not read to you from an exercise or a book.
This workshop has been specifically designed for those who have already taken the one week surfacing intensive from Design Engine and who want to take surface modeling in Creo even further. Be sure to phone conference with the instructors before the class so that they may incorporate your specifics into this course.
Creo training in this detailed drawing & advanced assembly class is ideal for engineers & non degreed persons plus engineers that want to be able to create their own drawings. Participants in this class will learn to prepare detail drawings with modern drawing standards. Participants have the option to customize this course to fit their specific job requirements simply ask to speak to the instructor before class starts. This Creo class can be administered on weekends or nights for more than two students.
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.
The course and course material is designed to provide a working knowledge of the metal forging industry. The class is intended for those designers and engineers who are designing forged parts using a parametric modeler.
This class is designed for seasoned industrial designers who have a working knowledge of Alias or Rhino.This class effectively combines solid and surface modeling techniques utilizing Creo. This is an intensive seven-day course designed specifically for industrial designers.
Discuss the many different surfacing styles and techniques. Learn to create and modify Conics, Splines, Datum Curves, and Datum Points to discover unique modeling workflow. Push Graph Features and Trajpar Variables and learn to drive geometry appropriately with equations.
Creo NC is mainly used by mold makers and production and prototype machine shops. In addition, the Creo CNC eliminates the inaccuracies and inconvenience of exporting Creo geometry to third party machining software. Pro/NC is the premier programming system for families of parts with many variations of the same basic design.
Participants in this class will learn to prepare detail drawings with modern drawing standards. Participants have the option to customize this course to fit their specific job requirements. Inquire: this class can be administered on weekends for more than two students.
Introduction to constraint based modeling assembly and drawing utilizing the latest release of Pro/Engineer. This course was developed for new users who want to become proficient with Creo Simulate in just one week.
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 you or your group may want covered. Enjoy small class sizes!
This comprehensive suite of sheet metal design tools in Creo Pro/Sheetmetal helps users create features such as walls, bends, punches, notches, forms, and relief features.
The course and course is intended for design engineers interested in taking the forged manufacturing process and the use of CAID to the next level. The training material is designed to provide a working knowledge of the metal forging industry. The class is intended for designers and engineers who are designing forged parts using a parametric modeler.
Four week intensive focusing on Creo (Pro/Engineer).
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