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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.

Solidworks Training: Intro to Constraint Based Modeling

Solidworks Training: Intro to Constraint Based Modeling

Introduction to constraint based modeling utilizing the latest release of SolidWorks. This Solidworks surfacing class is great for beginners.

SolidWorks Surfacing Level 2: A-Class Surfacing

SolidWorks Surfacing Level 2: A-Class Surfacing

This near one-on-one instruction covers surfacing electronic products and ergonomic forms using higher surface continuity. Learn to manage light reflections with respect to industrial designed products. Engineers working with designers, and industrial designers pushing their skills should take this class.

SolidWorks Level 3: Advanced Modeling

SolidWorks Level 3: Advanced Modeling

Introduction to constraint based modeling utilizing the latest release of SolidWorks.

SolidWorks: Four Week Comprehensive

SolidWorks: Four Week Comprehensive

To perform in an engineering, mechanical design, or design engineer position around the world a candidate must be able to operate SolidWorks at a level above the competition to be seriously considered for a position. In this four week Solidworks course, we help design engineers and non degreed technicians alike learn Solidworks at a level that makes the participant gain expert status quickly.

Creo for Industrial Designers

Creo for Industrial Designers

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.

Creo Level 8:  Schematics

Creo Level 8: Schematics

This serious introduction Creo Schematics course is either a two-day or five-day intensive. This course enables participants to experience and practice the fast and easy creation and modification of even the most sophisticated routed system wiring, piping, or block diagrams. This intense study multi-discipline workshop meets the functionality needs of piping as well as cabling design. The last days of this workshop will help users with Creo Schematics so they can not only drive the routing of cables and pipes but to make significant changes using re-output from Creo Schematics. This course is for both electrical engineers or CAD technicians who are tasked to manage teams or to rout cables from these schematics.

Creo Surfacing Level 9: Surfacing Aircraft Forms Using Creo

Creo Surfacing Level 9: Surfacing Aircraft Forms Using Creo

Discuss different surfacing styles and techniques using air forms as examples.

Creo Surfacing Level 8: Advanced Surface Modeling with Surface Edit

Creo Surfacing Level 8: Advanced Surface Modeling with Surface Edit

This is an advanced course for ISDX experts looking to gain knowledge understanding and workflow with the specific ‘Surface Edit’ functionality within ISDX.

Creo Surfacing Level 7: Continuity Style (A-Class Surfacing)

Creo Surfacing Level 7: Continuity Style (A-Class Surfacing)

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.

Creo Surfacing Level 1: Robust Surfacing Techniques

Creo Surfacing Level 1: Robust Surfacing Techniques

This Creo robust surfacing course is for individuals with a solid foundation in cad software and has a need to add surfacing skills. Although more than an introduction, this course sets participants up for an aggressive growth into surface modeling. Discuss the many different Creo surfacing styles and techniques. Learn with specific examples the basics of surfacing.

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.

ANSYS: Intro to ANSYS

ANSYS: Intro to ANSYS

Intro to the Ansys Workbench Software. Learn how to execute analyses in a range of physics

Creo Simulate: Comprehensive Four-Week Workshop

Creo Simulate: Comprehensive Four-Week Workshop

This accelerated course is intended for designers and engineers with previous FEA experience. More emphasis on structural and thermal deformations than Level 1.

Creo Level 2: Detailed Drawing & Advanced Assembly Training

Creo Level 2: Detailed Drawing & Advanced Assembly Training

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.

Creo Level 6: Advanced Heavy User Custom Workshop

Creo Level 6: Advanced Heavy User Custom Workshop

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.

SolidWorks Level 2: Advanced Assembly & Detail Drawings

SolidWorks Level 2: Advanced Assembly & Detail Drawings

Introduction to constraint based modeling utilizing the latest release of SolidWorks.

Creo to Solidworks or Solidworks to Creo

Creo to Solidworks or Solidworks to Creo

Did your company choose to switch design engineering packages? This course is for those who know one package already and have been tasked to learn the other. Introduction to constraint based modeling, assembly, detailing & making changes utilizing the latest release of the package you are switching to. This training course is developed for seasoned users who want to become proficient learning the new package all in one week. Our instructors know both packages in and out, and can ease your learning experience.

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.

Rhino 3D: A Full Description

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.

Testimonial: University of Chicago (ProE training)

To whom it may concern, I am a professor of astronomy and astrophysics at the University of Chicago. Several years ago, my research group began a project to build a far infrared camera for NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA). We chose to develop the instrument using Pro/Engineer (Pro/E), a program for developing and […]

EARLY PRESS RELEASE: T-Splines exhibiting at SolidWorks World 2011

EARLY PRESS RELEASE: T-Splines exhibiting at SolidWorks World 2011

T-Splines, Inc., creators of precise and flexible 3D surface modeling and organic design tools with full industry standard compatibility, today announced that it will exhibit at the SolidWorks World 2011 Conference, being held from Jan. 23 – 26, 2011 in San Antonio, Texas.

Pro/Engineer vs SolidWorks: Proving Form with Both

Pro/Engineer vs SolidWorks: Proving Form with Both

With all the bickering on various design forums, Design Engine tried to set the tide straight. SolidWorks can stand up to Pro/Engineer in terms of work-flow and technique to Pro/Engineer when proving form. I clearly believe that it’s not how fast you model can a product but how fast you change it twenty times that makes you the expert and makes the program you are using superior than the others”. Find out how we conducted this test. By Bart Brejcha

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?