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.

Creo Level 11: Import Data Doctor

This class is for design engineers that deal with import geometry from vendors and customers. Lean to manage import geometry from various 3D software packages with this extremely powerful tool in this two-day intensive.

Creo Level 12: Mechanism Dynamics Intensive

This course is intended as a two-day intensive on using Pro/Mechanism in detail with an emphasis on your specific interests if a longer customized course is necessary You will learn to use “connections” and “drivers” to build elegant assembly models using existing Pro/E parts, and you will learn how to convert an existing Pro/E assembly into a Pro/Mechanism assembly.

Creo Simulate Level 2: Detailed Drawing & Advanced Assembly

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.

Creo Surfacing Level 3: Custom Surfacing

This course is highly customizable and is usually administered one-on-one. This workshop is recommended for those looking to gain a higher level of Pro/Surface.

Creo Simulate Level 3: Advanced Modeling

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.

Creo Surfacing Level 4: Restyle & Reverse Engineering REX

Learn to transform physical products as digital scan data into digitally correct complex Pro/Engineer surface geometry. In this class you will learn to manipulate point cloud imports scanned from clay or existing products using Restyle software from PTC.

Creo Level 6: Advanced Heavy User Custom

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!

Creo Level 7: Sheetmetal

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.

Advanced Pro Sheetmetal

This is an advanced Sheetmetal course. Participants will be trained to work on items such as small battery contacts, aircraft mounting brackets, electronics enclosures, larger stove/oven components, or auto panels to name a few.

Creo Surfacing Level 6: Creo Style ISDX

ISDX is the interactive (updates in real time) surfacing module from PTC. ISDX is quite revolutionary in that it combines push and pull like efforts of Alias or Rhino and gives those functions to Designers and Engineers who create products.

Rhino 3D: A Full Description

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.

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

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?