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January 14th, 2019

Peoria PTC User Group — 2019

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Written by: Liz Wisdom
Peoria PTC User Group

Peoria PTC User Group 

We enjoyed putting on the event last year, and meeting many interesting people!  Thank you to all who turned out. Peoria PTC User Group will be back for March 29, 2019 for yet another great event held in conjunction w/ Bradley University.


Friday, March 29th, 2019


A few topic options considered right now are:

“Built-in Ansys Discovery Live”

“AR design review”

“Spare parts planning to optimize fill rates at lowest possible cost”

“Generative design in Creo”


We would love to hear if you have any particular interests. Also, if you or someone you know may be interested in presenting or would like to RSVP, feel free to reach out.

Being Presented by Bart Brejcha will be:

“What does advanced assemblies in Creo mean to you?” Demonstration for making large assemblies easier to manage.  Shrinkwrap to flexible components. “
“Whats new in Creo 6.0?”    All the cool new stuff shown for Creo 5.0 & 6.0 that you will want to use.  


Bradley University


Michel Student Center
915 N Elmwood Ave, Peoria, IL 61606


This a event to link Creo professionals in the greater Peoria area, share tips-n-tricks and best practices using Creo, and to connect engineering and design professionals, students and enthusiasts. At the event attendees will be able to eat drink, network, and learn.

The tentative schedule is for registration to start at 9:00am, have a first presentation at 10:00am, and have the event end by 2:00pm, with a lunch in between. More details coming.



—  Click RSVP form
— For inquiries call (312) 226-8339 or  E-email:

(To check out last years event click here)

Advanced modeling Creo 5.0

Advanced Assembly Creo 5.0







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