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PowerShape Pro: Essentials Course Outline
This 2 day training course will instruct engineers in the best usage and approaches for using PowerShape Pro software for manufacturing.
Subjects covered include:
Creating curves from a mesh
Creating solids from untrimmed surfaces
Using various mesh shading options
Importing point cloud ready for reverse engineering
Dimensioning the solids
Cleaning up mesh data
Learn how to use the manual mesh segment tool
+ much more!
Full details can be found on course contents PDF.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are food allergies catered for?
If you have a specific food allergy, then please let us know as soon as you book the course so that we can cater to you. If your allergy is severe, we recommend telling your trainer at the start of the course so that they can advise other delegates.
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Yes – we offer on site training courses. All laptops are provided for training and will be bought to your site with trainer.
Do I need to bring my own laptop?
We provide all of our delegates with a laptop or desktop computer, depending on where the training is taking place.
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The speed of our training course was perfect. It was split in to bitesize chunks so you are able to absorb the information better.
Adam Lewis, CAD Engineer, Bronx Engineering
I liked the fact that our group was small as it made it easier to get your questions answered.
Russ Howard, Designer