pro/piping tutorials - where to find them?

Hello, does anyone know where I could find tutorials about pro/E module: pro/ piping? I would really appreciate any info on this.
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anyone know where I could find tutorials about pro/E module: pro/<BR>piping?<BR>I would really appreciate any info on this.<BR><BR>Thanks a lot!<BR></BLOCKQUOTE> <DIV>When resource questions arise, I post this:</DIV> <DIV>&nbsp;</DIV> <DIV><FONT face=Garamond></FONT><FONT face=Garamond></FONT>&lt;bump&gt;<BR><BR>==============================================<BR><BR>For help with Pro/e, start with this. It's the user area of the PTC website which<BR>has several free introductory tutorials on WF &amp; WF2:<BR><A href="http://www.ptc.com/community/proewf2/newtools/index.htm ">http://www.ptc.com/community/proewf2/newtools/index.htm </A><BR><BR>The three listed below provide professional training courses on every function<BR>within Pro/e, including on Intralink PDM. All offer project-based, hands-on<BR>training. CADTRAIN is strictly CBT, everything online, downloadable training<BR>files, Camtasia based demos, onscreen tutorials with screen captured graphics.<BR>CADquest, on the other hand, is textbook based with = downloadable training files.<BR>Those from CADTRAIN and CADquest are full, PTC-style courses and parallel PTC's<BR>course structure. Frotime, which also does CBT, has shorter, more partial tutorial<BR>style training. They're approaching course structure by offering several tutorials<BR>on the same functionality, such as Surfacing 1, 2, &amp; 3 and Advanced Surfacing 1,<BR>2, &amp; 3. With each costing around $15 and a Surfacing Subscription (6-8 tutorials)<BR>costing $60, they have pricing structure suited to invididuals who don't have<BR>corporate resources behind them. In addition, about one into course in each series<BR>is free.<BR><BR>CADTRAIN<BR><A href="http://www.cadtrain.com /">http://www.cadtrain.com /</A><BR>CADquest<BR><A href="http://www.cadquest.com /">http://www.cadquest.com /</A><BR>Frotime<BR><A href="http://www.frotime.com /">http://www.frotime.com /</A><BR><BR>Community Colleges and Universities: PTC has an extensive network of schools that<BR>either train students in Pro/e software or use it to teach<BR>drafting/modelling/engineering/design. If you know of such a school, they likely<BR>have an Educational License which lets them offer any course taught by PTC. Here's<BR>a peek at the educational version and what it contains:<BR><A href="http://www.ptc.com/appserver/mkt/educational/program.jsp?&amp ;im_dbkey=33880&amp;icg_dbkey=851">http://www.ptc.com/appserver/mkt/educational/program.jsp?&amp ;im_dbkey=33880&amp;icg_dbkey=851</A><BR>It has the advantage of spreading what would normally be a 40 hour sprint through<BR>a ton of new material over an 8-12 week period. Lot's more opportunity to get<BR>comfortable with the software and likely new concepts of design, lots more tube<BR>time and time to ask questions of an experienced user. It's where I got most of my<BR>formal training; I highly recommend it.<BR><BR>Numerous books, one by Roger Toogood, another by L. G. Lamit and several<BR>specifically on sheetmetal with WF2. All available on Amazon for under $60, they<BR>provide a good, broad overview of working with WF2. All by professional writers<BR>and teachers. Lamit, for example, has been teaching Pro/e for over a decade at De<BR>Anza College, Cupertino CA (Silicon Valley) and has written several books on<BR>Pro/e. Toogood's authored most of the Student Edition Tutorials since I-squared at<BR>least. These guys know Pro/e.<BR><BR>Student Edition from Journey Ed:<BR><A href="http://proestudent.com/default.asp?action=selectLocation ">http://proestudent.com/default.asp?action=selectLocation </A><BR>for $150, you get the Flex3C version of the software ($15,000 retail value), help<BR>files and one of the above books on CD with training files in SE format. Pro/e was<BR>the first, and for a while, the only major player in solids modelling, with a<BR>Student Edition of the program plus a longstanding, comprehensive training program<BR>accessible from the SE. On your own PC, with complete autonomy, you have full<BR>access to the entire power of Pro/ENGINEER design software. And most PCs, with a<BR>decent, OpenGL-compatible graphics card, can do the job.<BR><BR>PTC University:<BR><A href="http://www.ptc.com/learning ">http://www.ptc.com/learning </A><BR>Don't underestimate learning it straight "from the horses mouth". Don't know what<BR>it takes to sign up for this, probably a year's maintenance/support agreement,<BR>paid in advance. Still, if you've got it, this is a valuable resource: what you'd<BR>get in a class, no travel involved, all you need is a terminal with pro: complete,<BR>comprehensive, convenient. Sit at home and learn from PTC. I think this is<BR>extremely cool. Just like their webcasts, 'How to' and 'Tips and Tricks' sessions.<BR><BR>PTC offers, directly, and indirectly supports, more educational and training<BR>opportunities than any other corporation on earth. The user community lags<BR>pitifully behind; not much in the way of free, user developed tutorials and<BR>training resources available out there. I've heard of some university stuff; also,<BR>some stuff on websites, but most is out of date, scattered, fragmentary, partial<BR>elements of a comprehensive training program, and, of this, the community offers<BR>nothing.<BR><BR><BR>PTC/USER Email 'Exploder'<BR><BR><A href="http://www.ptcuser.org/exploder/index.html ">http://www.ptcuser.org/exploder/index.html </A><BR><BR>ProECentral has an active colllection of forums<BR><BR><A href="http://www.proecentral.com/portal/forum/default.asp ">http://www.proecentral.com/portal/forum/default.asp </A><BR><BR>Engineering Tips has a forum for each major CAD software, including Pro/e<BR><BR><A href="http://www.eng-tips.com/gthreadminder.cfm/lev2/22/lev3/70/pid/554 ">http://www.eng-tips.com/gthreadminder.cfm/lev2/22/lev3/70/pid/554 </A><BR><BR><A href="http://www.mcaduser.com /">http://www.mcaduser.com /</A><BR><BR>Also called Pro/e User, this site is a collection of useful links plus a download<BR>site with, as are most, outdated files. Would be nice if they actually (whoever<BR>'they' are) tried to develop this thing. For example, they've got a list of sites<BR>called "Companies that use Pro/e". The list is lame: extremely partial and highly<BR>incomplete, missing big users in many areas. If they decided to be a little more<BR>active, open, and responsible, they'd enlist the help of actual Pro/e Users to<BR>correct their list so that it could be a valuable and reliable resource.<BR><BR><A href="http://www.caddigest.com/subjects/pro_engineer/tutorials_proe.htm ">http://www.caddigest.com/subjects/pro_engineer/tutorials_proe.htm </A><BR><BR><A href="http://www.synthx.com/tom/sy_tips.htm ">http://www.synthx.com/tom/sy_tips.htm </A><BR><BR><A href="http://www.elite-consulting.com/pro_engineer hints tips tricks.htm">http://www.elite-consulting.com/pro_engineer%20hints%20tips%20tricks.htm </A><BR><BR><A href="http://www.3dlogix.com/3dlogix/3dlogix_tutorials_01_proetfiles.htm ">http://www.3dlogix.com/3dlogix/3dlogix_tutorials_01_proetfiles.htm </A><BR><BR>Here's one suggested by Michael Corbett; though it's not tutorials, it is<BR>resources<BR><A href="http://www.cadregister.com ">www.cadregister.com</A> Part of thomasregister.com has models as well.<BR><BR>David Janes<BR><BR>===================================================<BR><BR>Thanks for taking the time, David.<BR><BR>A few more (maybe useful) links ...<BR><BR>http:// ....<BR><A href="http://www.caddigest.com/subjects/pro_engineer/tutorials_proe.htm ">www.caddigest.com/subjects/pro_engineer/tutorials_proe.htm</A><BR><A href="http://www.staffs.ac.uk/~entdgc/WildfireDocs/tutorials.htm ">www.staffs.ac.uk/~entdgc/WildfireDocs/tutorials.htm</A><BR><A href="http://www.me.uvic.ca/~mech410/proe_tutorials.html ">www.me.uvic.ca/~mech410/proe_tutorials.html</A><BR><A href="http://www.cad-resources.com/index.html ">www.cad-resources.com/index.html</A><BR>technology.calumet.purdue.edu/met/tickoo/faculty/proe/proe-wf/proe-wf.htm<BR><A href="http://www.imakenews.com/ptcexpress /">www.imakenews.com/ptcexpress/</A><BR><A href="http://www.profilesmagazine.com /">www.profilesmagazine.com/</A><BR><A href="http://www.proefaq.com /">www.proefaq.com/</A><BR><BR><BR>Sheet Metal<BR><A href="http://www.cod.edu/people/faculty/wielgos/shtml/cadd275.pdf ">www.cod.edu/people/faculty/wielgos/shtml/cadd275.pdf</A><BR><BR>Advanced Assy<BR><A href="http://www.cod.edu/people/faculty/wielgos/adv_asm/index_273.htm ">www.cod.edu/people/faculty/wielgos/adv_asm/index_273.htm</A><BR><BR><A href="http://www.cadquest.com/books/pdf/w2_draw_options.pdf ">www.cadquest.com/books/pdf/w2_draw_options.pdf</A><BR><BR><A href="http://www.ptc.com/for/education/college_list.htm ">www.ptc.com/for/education/college_list.htm</A><BR><BR>=======================================================<BR><BR><FONT face=Garamond>Oh, YEAH, I went to the College of Dupage!!! (seems to have come a way forward in Pro/e training since I was there.)</FONT></DIV> <DIV><FONT face=Garamond></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV> <DIV><FONT face=Garamond>David Janes</FONT></DIV> <DIV><FONT face=Garamond></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV></BODY></HTML>
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