The Chesapeake Regional PTC User’s Group (CPUG) is pleased to announce their Autumn 2020 meeting. This full-day event (9:00am – 3:30pm ET) will be streamed live! Register to watch for free on your computer or favorite mobile device.
Build your own customized agenda by reviewing the available sessions and selecting the presentations you wish to attend. While sessions will be recorded and posted for replay, we encourage attendees to live stream the event to participate in polls, Q&A, and prize giveaways.
Agenda (Eastern Time)
Opening Remarks | Brian Martin, Sr. Mechanical Engineer (Twisted Pear Solutions, Inc)
Creo 7.0 Enhancements | Thiagu Palaniappan (Tristar)
- A fast-paced demonstration and walk-through of the latest features and enhancements included with PTC’s upcoming enterprise release of Creo 7.0
- Creo Administrators Roundtable
- Model-Based Design Expert Panel
- Creo Cable Basic Training | Presented by Sigmetrix
- Creo Surfacing Beginner to Advanced | Bart Brejcha, Principal Instructor (Design Engine)
Modeling surfaces as tools with respect to form, ergonomics & light reflections, and conclude by answering questions in an open-forum discussion.
- GD&T Advisor Training
- AR/VR/XR Roundtable
Closing Remarks / Wrap-up
Bart Brejcha, Design Engine
Creo Surfacing from Beginner to Advanced | 12:30pm - 1:45pm ET
Bart Brejcha will share why a typical engineer would want to have surfacing experience. He will present by modeling surfaces as tools with respect to form, ergonomics & light reflections, and conclude by answering questions in an open-forum discussion.
As a super advocate and user of PTC products since 1990, Bart has presented to over 100 local Creo user conferences & four world conferences since 2001. Bart is known not to use PowerPoint in his presentations, but instead runs the latest released version, Creo 7.0, in an all-live presentation. Bart is a principal instructor at Design Engine and heads many product development projects from flying drones to baby products. His philosophy: “It’s not how fast you model something, but how fast you change it twenty times that makes you an expert”. Bart likes to ride motocross, sportbikes, mountain bikes and skateboards…pretty much anything that goes fast.