New England PRO/USER Group meeting Nov. 4th

Folks
The next meeting of the New England PRO/USER Group will be
held November 4, 2004 at VISIBLE EDGE in NASHUA, NH.
AGENDA
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Socializing 8:00 9:00
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Signin & Registration 8:30 9:00
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Introduction 9:00 9:15
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Pro/Collaborate 9:15 10:05
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Break 10:05 10:20
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Improving the Design and Manufacturing of your ProE parts using Moldflow
10:20 10:50
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Break 10:50 11:05
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Using ModelCheck in Pro/E Wildfire 2.0
11:05 11:55
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Break 11:55 12:10
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Creating Cast/Machined Parts
12:10 12:40
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Best Practice Group Discussion : Creating Cast/Machined Parts
12:40 13:00
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Wrap Up 13:00 13:10
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Board Meeting / Lunch 13:10 14:10
PRESENTATION SUMMARIES
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Pro/Collaborate
Not available at time of publishing
An Introduction to using ModelCHECK with Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 2.0
Does your company have legacy Pro/E models that don't match your current
company modeling standards (for example: layer names and status,
parameters,...)?
Would you like to bring these models up to the current company modeling
standards easily? Do models end up saved in insert mode or with errors
in
relations,... and then checked-in to the database that way? Would you
like
to minimize the possibility of this happening? ModelCHECK may provide
the
solution to help ensure the quality of your companies Pro/E models. A
live
demo will be given on how to get started with ModelCHECK within the
Pro/E
Wildfire 2.0 environment.
Improving the Design and Manufacturing of your ProE parts using Moldflow
Moldflow analysis can be used to evaluate many injection molding
problems
during the entire design-to-manufacturing process. Depending on the
part,
there are several ways to use Pro/E geometry within Moldflow and a
variety
of Moldflow tools available. Examples of Moldflow capabilities and
working
methods will be highlighted. Emphasis will be placed on the Moldflow
Plastics Advisers (MPA) product.
Creating Cast/Machined Parts
This presentation will demonstrate one method for merging a cast part
into a machined part and creating all the machining cut features of the
machined part.
Best Practice Group Discussion : Creating Cast Parts
This will be a group discussion with a focus on identifying the best
practices group members use to develop cast parts. The pros and cons
of each "best practice" will be discussed.
DIRECTIONS
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Directions are available at Visible Edge's website
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MEETING REGISTRATION
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The meeting is $20 to those that pre-register.
All enrollments/registrations received after Noon 11/1/2004 (including
walk up registration) will be expected to pay a $30 late registration
fee to attend.
Member Registration
Register on-line with your NEPUG number at
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Non Member Registration
Go to
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Enroll in the membership section of web site to get your NEPUG number
Pre-register for meeting
NEWSLETTER
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The latest edition of the group's newsletter will be posted to the
website
early next week (10/25). Please refer to the following URL.
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