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.
Introduction to constraint based modeling utilizing the latest release of SolidWorks. This Solidworks surfacing class is great for beginners.
This workshop is an intense week. It is perfect for those non degreed contractors looking to make top dollar as surfacing experts. The sooner you take this class the sooner you will be considered an expert at surfacing. This class is also imperative for industrial designers who are frustrated with the engineering support staff and wish to create their own A-Side geometry.
Surfacing is a must in this competitive work environment. Helping you becoming an expert in this near one on one intensive over others at work is our mission. This one-week intensive is a workshop that comprises our two Solidworks surfacing classes into a five day intensive study of surface modeling technique.
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.
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.
Introduction to constraint based modeling utilizing the latest release of SolidWorks.
This customizable class includes topics like: principals of sheetmetal modeling, bends/reliefs, dimples, form features, flat patterns, and so much more.
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For those of you that are unemployed: If you specialize in something other than what you have done in the past, you can increase the chances of obtaining an engineering job. Do you remember in the 90’s when it was easy to get a job as a detail draftsman? That’s because the jobs were plentiful, […]
To whom it may concern, I have used Design-Engine services in the past and have been satisfied with the ProE training provided. I have plans on using their services again in the near future for more training on Pro/Engineer. I have found that Design Engine is the best company for the type of training my […]
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 […]
Interview with Bart Genovese, Mechanical Designer at St. Jude Medical: Did you have to travel to Chicago for your training? Yes. From where and how helpful were we in assisting you with that process? From Minneapolis, MN. The list of places to stay, and the incredible discount at the Red Roof were very helpful! Our […]
To whom it may concern, It was hard to believe that with two degrees in Mechanical Engineering, I was unemployed after working with Tellabs in Chicago for 5 years. Luckily, I learned about DESIGN-ENGINE|EDUCATION at a conference. I wanted to learn tools and techniques for surfacing and plastics, because I knew that would pay more. […]
Engineering is a very broad field. Whether it involves figuring out how to design a new skyscraper or making sure a jet doesn’t buckle under extreme accelerations, engineering requires strong design and the collaboration of many hard-working individuals.
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
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?