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October 30th, 2012

Chicago Pro/Engineer User Afterburn: Modifiability Between Creo 2.0 and SolidWorks 2012

Design-Engine’s Chicago Pro/Engineer User Afterburn:

Modifiability between Creo 2.0 and SolidWorks 2012: How robust is your modeler?

What

Design-Engine hosted another monthly Chicago Pro/Engineer User Afterburn on Tuesday the 30th of October. This Pro/E Creo user group symposium had two slated presentations. These Tuesday after work presentations at Design-Engine’s West Loop Studio (afterwork = afterburn) from 6:00 to 9:00 PM (Tuesday, October 30th) hope to offer shared resources, conversations, networking, and maybe a resume or two.

Two presentations slated: one showing the modifiability between Creo 2.0 and SolidWorks 2012: How robust is your modeler? and another showing off the Creo 2.0 mechanism. Afterwards we will have a conversation fueled by enthusiasm and a few beers. Even people with Wildfire 4.0 or 5.0 experience are encouraged to attend.

Why

We are bringing back the former status of the Illinois PTC/User group – the largest PTC/User group in the world!

These informal after work user meetings will help us determine what is really wanted from you, the users, and how we can address your needs with future events. The main goal of these initial talks and presentations is to keep a momentum of visitors and to allow an inexpensive venue for Chicago area designers and engineers to share knowledge, learn, network, and grow.

Come early or late. Most importantly just come!

Theme

Bart Brejcha (Design-Engine’s head instructor) will present the modifiability between Creo 2.0 and SolidWorks 2012: How robust is your modeler? (others are encouraged to step up and share a few things).

Design-Engine will supply pizza and refreshments.

Where

Design-Engine Studio 120 N Green St. Suite 605 dial #000 to get buzzed in. Come to the sixth floor and network with us.

When

October 30th 2012 – Modifiability between Creo 2.0 and SolidWorks 2012: How robust is your modeler? Presentation goes on at 7pm

Future:

  • November 19th 2012 – Import DataDoctor IDD and Dynamic Edit (from inside ISDX)
  • December (we will hold off on our December presentations due to the US Holidays)
  • January 21st 2013 – Overview of Creo 3.0 (if it’s released by this date)

 

Looking for Presenters

Come show off your Pro/Engineer skills. In future meetings we can have three or more presentations. Did you solve a project problem uniquely using Pro/Engineer or Creo? Did you figure something out using Pro/Engineer or Creo that you think might benefit the collective? If you want to present please submit an email to Mike A. at: mike@designengine.com.

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Modifiability between Creo 2.0 and SolidWorks 2012





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