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The Model-Based CAD Handbook by J.B. Herron

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3D Collaboration & Interoperability Congress

October 7-11, 2019  >>  Golden, Colorado  >>  REGISTER NOW

GD&T Master Class  

October 7, 2019 Golden, CO

Jose Resendis of Raytheon

Presentation Models: Source of Truth by Jose Resendis, Raytheon How model-based initiatives support the source of truth as it relates to CAD data. In this his presentation, Jose will dig into the various CAD related efforts Raytheon is undertaking to … Continue reading

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Action Engineering CTO Ryan Gelotte attended the PTC/USER Winter Forum held in Charleston, South Carolina January 22-24, 2019. As the MBE Technical Committee chair, Ryan moderated the MBE/MBD session tracks during the conference. We chatted with Ryan following PTC/USER to … Continue reading

Presentation Trusted Models and Path to MBE Maturity We’re all pretty familiar with the MBE Maturity Index that has been around in various forms for a number of years. This index establishes seven levels of MBE maturity starting at Level … Continue reading

Presentation Future MBD Enhancements for Creo Learn about the various MBD/detailing enhancements for Creo Parametric that are on the roadmap for future Creo development. Participants in this session will have to opportunity to learn about these future enhancements and provide … Continue reading

Presentation Digitizing DFM: Design for Manufacturability Going from paper specs, emails, documents, and PowerPoint to a digitized DFM environment within Creo using DFMPro from HCL. Legacy Design for Manufacturability (DFM) systems involved paper specs and hundreds of rules listed in … Continue reading

Join other PTC users at the 2018 PTC/USER Technical Community Open Forum in San Diego, California. Share your successes and challenges and hear from other PTC customers who are on similar journeys. Log in to the PTC/USER Portal for more information … Continue reading

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The PTC/User Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) Technical Committee consists of PTC customers who gather together periodically to share experiences and discuss the future possibilities of MBE as organizations are working to utilize CAD models throughout their business. This networking opportunity allows us … Continue reading