manufacturing

Creo Design for Additive Manufacturing: Level 19

Design for Additive Manufacturing with CREO

Creo Design for Additive Manufacturing: Level 19 Course Duration: 16 Hours Overview: Is your organization ready to unleash the full potential of additive manufacturing? This is a two-day hands-on course on the design optimization process for additive manufactured products designed using Creo. Automatically optimize your design for shape and material usage. On-site Training: This and all Design Engine courses are …

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Plastic Part Design for Injection Molding SOLIDWORKS or CREO

Plastic Part Design for Injection Molding Course Duration: 16/40 hours Overview: The course material is designed to provide a working knowledge of the plastics industry through intelligent discussions and lectures. The bulk of the time in this workshop will be spent on the part design requirements imposed on the designer by the injection molding process. …

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Manufacturing Week Long Comprehensive Workshop

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Manufacturing Week Long Comprehensive Workshop Course Duration: 40 hours Overview: The course combines Design Engine’s Die Cast Part Design Course, Plastics Part Design Course, and Forging Part Design Course into this 40-hour one-week intensive. Refer to those specific web pages for precise course material. This class is not for Creo or Solidworks beginners. This course …

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Die-Casting — an Overview

Die casted part design (Above image courtesy of Metal Technologies) Die Casting Die Casting is a process in which molten metal is forced under high pressure into a mold cavity. The molten metal is is forced into a split metal die. Certain metals are cast in a “hot-chamber” die-casting machine, and others in a “cold-chamber” …

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3D printing and Spare Part Supply Chain Effects

Everyone keeping up with technology, engineering, and design should have heard about 3D printing. Much of the general population has heard of it, but most likely the majority don’t understand the capabilities and how this will change numerous industries, and supply chains. Before 3D printing people were predominantly using CNC machining to have the products …

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