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Creo 4.0 or Creo 5.0 Update Workshop

Creo 4.0 or Creo 5.0 Update Workshop

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.

Creo Level 9: Cable Harness Design & Schematics

Creo Level 9: Cable Harness Design & Schematics

This course is intended for Electrical engineers involved in the management of schematics, electrical cabling and wire harnesses design or technicians who work within harness design and development teams . In this course, participants will gain a healthy knowledge & practice routing cables and individual conductors within Creo assemblies using Creo Schematics and the Cable Harness Module. Participants will practice Creating 3D electrical harnesses through Creo assemblies using Creo Schismatics.

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: 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 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 for Industrial Designers: 7-Day Intensive

Creo for Industrial Designers: 7-Day Intensive

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.

Creo NC: Prototype and Production Machining

Creo NC: Prototype and Production Machining

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.

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?