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Die Cast Part Design

Die Cast Part Design

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.

Creo Simulate: Week-Long Workshop

Creo Simulate: Week-Long Workshop

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.

Creo: 4-Week Comprehensive Workshop

Creo: 4-Week Comprehensive Workshop

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….

Creo Surfacing: Week One

Creo Surfacing: Week One

This Creo Surfacing training workshop has been specifically designed for those designers and design engineers who want to gain a high level of understanding using Creo surfacing all in one week. This is one of Design-engine’s most popular workshops. This course is perfect for those non degreed contractors or design engineers looking to make top dollar as surfacing experts. The sooner you take this class the sooner you will be considered an expert at Creo surfacing.

Creo Surfacing: Week Two

Creo Surfacing: Week Two

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.

Manufacturing Week-Long Comprehensive Workshop

Manufacturing Week-Long Comprehensive Workshop

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.

Creo Surfacing: Week One

Creo Surfacing: Week One

This workshop has been specifically designed for designers and engineers who want to gain a high level of understanding using surfaces in just one week.

Creo: Pro/PROGRAM Workshop

Creo: Pro/PROGRAM Workshop

In this course, you learn how to automate Creo using input variables supplied both inside and outside Creo in what was called Pro/PROGRAM. This class is for design engineers that want to automate configurations of design within or outside of Windchill.

Forging Part Design Workshop

Forging Part Design Workshop

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.

Creo: Four Week Comprehensive

Creo: Four Week Comprehensive

Four week intensive focusing on Creo (Pro/Engineer).

Pro/Engineer is Stealthy!

Pro/Engineer is Stealthy!

In the future, drone aircraft will sustain more gravity forces than the human body can withstand. Drones can already stay deployed longer than a human can stay awake. The F35 maybe the last strike fighter with a pilot in the aircraft.

SolidWorks 2010 vs ProE Wildfire 5.0 Shootout

SolidWorks 2010 vs ProE Wildfire 5.0 Shootout

Since I started working at Design Engine Education several years ago, there’s been one question I’ve been asked more than anything else: What class should I take? Pro/ENGINEER or SolidWorks?? And what are the advantages and disadvantages to both?