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Badgerland User Group

Blue Harbor Resort Sheboygan, WI.

Next Meeting JULY 29, 2016 

 

 

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Want to learn about Creo ......

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Learn new things to enhance your next job!

 

Network with people who use CREO all levels of engineering interested people are welcome.

 

We are one of the most successful ProE/ CREO user groups in the world. There are 3 meetings per year – spring, summer, late fall - in the Milwaukee area.

 

Most of our yearly dues are paid by member companies. The meetings run from 8-3:30, with 2-3 presentation rooms changing on the hour. PTC generally provides one of our presentation slots and we have a room of laptops for hands-on learning. Lunch is provided from 12-1.

 

Why should you attend a BUG meeting?

Networking

Learning Lecture and Hands on Labs with Computers

Vendors Booths

Job search, if unemployed

Breakfast and lunch buffet

Nice door prizes (for yearly members)Hands-On Creo training classes

 

Users and members are encouraged to present topics.

Users are encouraged to write articles for this website to give others tips to use Pro-E / Creo.

Interested? You can attend for a single meeting, or join as a yearly member. Click this link to email our leadership for more information on joining or upcoming meeting details.

 


 

Next Meeting July 29, 2016Agenda Revised: 7/25/16
Badgerland User Group Presentations
TimeEventPresenterCompany
8:00-9:00amRegistration, breakfast
8:45 - 9:00Opening Remarks Deb Weich - President BUG
Door prize rulesKeith Alwardt - VP BUG & Bruce Nemec - Treasuer BUG, not on site
Room A
9:00-9:55Best Practices of Geometry Publish and Copy/Top Down Design ExamplesTim BoucheKI
10:00 -10:55Tips and Tricks in Creo Parametric, Sketch, part, assemblyThiagu PalaniappanTri-Star
11:00 - 11:55PTC Creo4Mark DecraenePTC
12:00-12:30Lunch: pork enchiladas,Spanish Rice,Refried Beans,steamed corn with black beans,tomatoes,and brownies
12:30-1:00
1:00 - 1:55Windchill Attributes and CAD parametersMark EarnestIntegreyt
2:00 - 2:55Using 3D Printing in Manufacturing EnvironmentsMike WegmanFisher Unitech
3:00Door Prize give awayVendors, BUG, Need to be in attendance to win
Laptop room 10 - 12 laptops, 2 people per laptop, Laptops supplied by PTC - Thank you!
9:00-9:55FLEX COMPONENTS: Flex setting as "Distance"Keith AlwardtHD
10:00 - 10:55Hands On Surfacing Simple features to AdvancedBart BrejchaDesign Engine
11:00 - 11:55PTC Creo4Mark DecraenePTC
12:00-12:30Lunch: pork enchiladas,Spanish Rice,Refried Beans,steamed corn with black beans,tomatoes,and brownies
12:30-1:00
1:00 - 1:55Free Style Surfacing for EngineersJustin RoegnerActuant
2:00 - 2:55PTC Windchill New Navigate CapabilitiesChris CorteenPTC
3:00Door Prize give awayVendors, BUG, Need to be in attendance to win
Room B
9:00-9:55Composite & Multi-Segment Feature Control FramesJaime DadezApplied Geometrics, Inc.
10:00-10:55ANSYS AIMDerrick HesserANSYS
11:00-11:55PTC Creo4Mark DecraenePTC
12:00-12:30Lunch: pork enchiladas,Spanish Rice,Refried Beans,steamed corn with black beans,tomatoes,and brownies
12:30-1:00
1:00-1:55Lead-In Creating Surfaces w/Emotional ResonanceMatt HolterDesign Engine
2:00 - 2:55PTC-Windchill-New Navigation capbilitiesChris CorteenPTC
3:00Door Prize give awayVendors, BUG, Need to be in attendance to win
Vendors
1 IntegreytMary Driscoll/Mark Earnest
2 TriStar, Inc.Kevin CrawfordTristar
3 Experis Vanessa Schoenecker
4 Fishbowl Solutions Paige Burchstead
5 EAC Product Development Solutions- Anthony Bayerl
6 Midwest PrototypingMike Roosa
7 Graphics Systems , skip this mtg, competitor of Fisher
8 Midwest Composites Helmut Keidl
9 ADC Mark Schaefer
10 Barry-Wehmiller InternationalLori Ridley
11 Fisher UnitechsThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
12 ANSYSThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
13Big Systems (RP)Stephanie Mecus
Prizes and Info:
BUG -
many Vendor prizes -