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An Open Letter to Design and Engineering Managers

While Chicago’s Design Engine has earned a reputation for providing customized 3D training for both industrial designers and engineers, we feel it important to articulate why our teaching style is deemed more effective t...
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Creo Surfacing Training & Style Intensive WEEK ONE

Creo Surfacing Training & Style Intensive WEEK ONE Course Duration: 40 hours (or whatever your needs are) Tuition: $3,000 USD or contact Design Engine at 312.226.8339 for an onsite estimate. This cost includes 3 months acc...
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Creo Surfacing SEVEN DAY training intensive for Industrial Designers

Creo Training – Industrial Design While most training providers don’t even know what an industrial designer is (thus place engineers and industrial designers in the same class), this Creo Training is specifically fo...
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Designer Wai Lim Chan’s Jewelry Boxes Take Shape as Endangered Animals

Wai Lim Chan of Trigger Design, designer and participant in Design Engine training, has created some impressive designs. Wai Lim Chan’s “The Endangered” is a line of scented jewelry boxes that are shaped like endang...
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AFTERBURN: Design-Engine’s cliff notes on Asian business and CREO software solutions.

AFTERBURN: Design Engine’s cliff notes on Asian business and CREO software solutions. THEME Design Engine’s cliff notes on asian business and CREO software solutions WHAT Design Engine is hosting our AfterBurn networking ev...
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New, More Affordable 3D Printers in Development

wo new 3D printers are already crossing the price barrier, dropping to prices comparable to consumer-grade printers. One, the M3D Micro, is tagged at $349, and the other, the MOD-t, at $149. A Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign ...
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