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January 14th, 2019

Peoria PTC User Group — 2019

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2019 Peoria PTC User Group 

Sponsored by Design Engine and The Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bradley University. Registration provided by Continuing Education, Bradley University

Date:

Friday, May 3rd 2019 

8:30 AM – 2:00 PM

Presentations start at 9:05 AM

Join us early to network.

Location:

Bradley University, Westlake Hall, Room 116
810 N Tobias Ave (818 N Glenwood), Peoria, IL 61606

Overview:

The goal of this event is to bring CAD professionals and the future minds of the industry together. We will share tips and best practices for using PTC Creo, connect engineers, design professionals, students and enthusiasts. Lunch will be provided and prizes will be raffled off. Attendees will be able to eat, drink, network, and learn. 

 

Schedule:

8:30AM : Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00AM : Opening Remarks

9:05AM – 9:55AM : “What does Advanced Assemblies in Creo mean to you?”

10:05AM – 10:55AM : “How to create AR Experiences using Creo Illustrate & Vuforia Studio”

11:05AM – 11:55AM : “Curvature Continuity in Surface Modeling”

12:00PM – 1:00PM : Lunch

1:05PM – 1:55PM : “What’s new in Creo 6.0?”

2:00PM : Door Prize Drawings (must be present to win)

Israeli Merkava Battle Tank

Israeli Merkava Battle Tank (example of a Design Engine large assembly model)

Presentations:

“What does advanced assemblies in Creo mean to you?” – Bart Brejcha of Design Engine
 
Demonstration for making large assemblies easier to manage  Shrinkwrap to flexible components and a few other cool new functionality as time permits”  Creo Demonstration using Creo 6.0 
 

“How to create augmented reality experiences using Creo Illustrate & Vuforia Studio”  – Hamed Yazdi and Eduardo Sorto of Tech-30

Demonstration for reusing your existing CAD data to generate AR experiences in minutes

 
“What’s new in Creo 6.0?” – Bart Brejcha of Design Engine 
 
All the cool new stuff shown for Creo 5.0 & 6.0 that you will want to use. 
 
“Curvature Continuity in Surface Modeling” – Jon Robertson of Clean Slate Design Solutions
 
Improving aesthetic and increasing manufacturability
 
Bradley Grad Students should bring their game face and resume! 
—  RSVP form
— For inquiries call (312) 226-8339 or email: sondra@designengine.com

(To check out last years event click here)

 

patterned tank tread Creo 6.0

 

Creo large assembly management

learn to mitigate the time needed to manage large assemblies with models like this tractor.

Photos from last Spring:

Raffle Prizes

Keith GargiuloAndy Meinert Peoria PTC User Group





Design Engine Industrial Design Training Pro Engineer
 
 

 

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