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ProEngineer Training Resources

Post by Admin on Thu May 07, 2009 12:55 pm

Among the observations made in the FTC Futures Forum at the World Championship is that there is a "huge learning curve" in understanding how to use ProEngineer. One observation noted that it takes about 40 hours to model parts and learn how to make them, although PTC has, in fact, released an FTC kit of parts for modeling use in ProE.

Teams interested in utilizing ProE in their design process this year, may want to start exploring training and education options for team members. PTC offers a considerable number of tools as well as the collaborative environment of Windchill to help with training:

http://www.ptc.com/appserver/mkt/educational/program.jsp?&im_dbkey=76335&icg_dbkey=851

They also have a "Getting Started" series of tutorials here:

Carnegie Mellon offers a Pro Engineer self-paced tutorial at http://www.me.cmu.edu/academics/courses/NSF_Edu_Proj/Wildfire_short_course/tutorials.htm

Another tutorial can be found here: http://wwwrobot.gmc.ulaval.ca/interne/documentation/proeng/#TOC

The best way to get a handle on ProE is to connect with mechanical engineers in your area who use it, and see if they might be willing to provide some mentoring to your team. If you have a hard time locating willing engineers, check with your local chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers: www.asme.org
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