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Overview: Students can jump in the middle of a three week workshop but it is better if you start from the beginning. Call for details or to speak with an instructor. This and any class can be customized per student requirements. Three weeks focusing on surfacing inside Pro/ENGINEER or plastic part design or sheet metal. Industrial designers may wish to focus on surfacing and proving form. Engineers may wish to focus on die casting or plastics or transmission design.
Why Our "Hands On" Instruction is unique.
+UNIQUE Our courses are incredibly different
from the rest. Class size and style set the stage for the advantages.
Each class is purposely kept small - typically never larger than five
pupils - so that the instructors have full capacity to focus on the students.
In fact, the average class size is two or three people. Each
and every class is independently customized for the students, depending
on their beginning strengths and weaknesses, as well as their chosen career
direction. While everyone will get the same basic instruction on
each module and each technique, the focus can and will differ between
students. Some prefer heavier Sheetmetal instruction while
others are interested in becoming a draftsman, while others
will be design engineers. Design Engine does not sell or represent
the software as many training facilities do. This fully opens
the arena for discussion on any bugs, software limitations, common problems,
and the appropriate tricks and solutions to combat these issues and
thus have a competitive edge on the job.
+TRAINING MISSION The training facility was built on the premise that the core to happiness is continuous learning. The staff works very hard to do everything possible to prepare students for their next career move or for better knowledge and work experience when they return to the workforce. Cross training between students is highly encouraged. Sometimes different students will purposely be given different material to challenge them so that they each take turns offering what they learned to the group. There is no better way to learn something inside and out than to teach!
+FOCUS The speed and focus fluctuates between students constantly in a typical class. The instructor is very fluid with moving between students and adjusting to exactly where they are and what they are working on. The pace is fast, and the material is offered at an accelerated rate, but each pupil gets to fly through what comes natural and then spend time struggling with what comes as a challenge. The library of custom Design Engine tutorials is vast. Classes are offered material that will challenge each person individually as well as focus on what they need to get out of their training.
+OUR COMPETITORS We often hear about draftsman, designers and engineers take Pro/E instruction from a community college or similar training facility. Our response is always the same.
"Our course will be quite a bit more aggressive than that of the community college for many reasons. One mainly is that we seldom have over 3 people in the course so attention to the student is high. We also go into greater detail on specific tutorials that would be similar to the kind of work required by a person in the workplace."
We are flexible and progressive. Take Alias Studio - Solidworks
- Wildfire - Plastics workshops - or any other product design course we
offer (mix and match) for three weeks. Mix it up. Curriculum is customizable
and generally directed to underemployed persons looking to learn a great
deal in just a three week intensive. Course is generally administered
to just one software however cross training is important to us.
Ask about our customized onsite courses.: 312.226.8339