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Maya: Four Week Comprehensive

Maya: Four Week Comprehensive  Course Duration: 160 hours Overview: This Maya 3D: Four Week Comprehensive Training is an intensive in depth focus into 3D modeling utilizing Autodesk Maya 3D. This four week compressive workshop is a culmination of all the Maya 3D classes we offer. Learn Maya 3D basics of modeling, shading, animation, dynamics and character development …

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Prototype and Production Machining: Creo NC Level 16

Creo NC: Prototype and Production Machining Course Duration: 16 hours Overview: Creo NC or the Creo CNC utility is mainly used by mold makers and production and prototype machine shops. In addition, the Creo CNC eliminates the inaccuracies and inconvenience of exporting Pro/Engineer geometry to third party machining software. Pro/NC is the premier programming system for families of …

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Creo: Four Week Comprehensive

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Creo: Four Week Comprehensive Workshop Course Duration: 160 hours minimum Overview: Creo (Pro/Engineer): 4 Week Comprehensive Workshop is four weeks focusing on Creo (Pro/Engineer) tutorials. Week One Topics: Level 1 introduction to constraint based modeling assembly and drawing utilizing the latest release of Creo. Week Two Topics: Creo Detail Drawings & Creo Advanced Assembly participants …

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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) …

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