Creo Parametric's Offset Feature

See how you can use Creo Parametric's Standard Offset, Expand, With Draft, and Replace Surface Features.

If you are a Creo Parametric modeler who commonly deals with complex curved geometry whether solid or surface, this session is for you.

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Mike Brucker

Senior Technical Training Engineer<br><br>Since 1994 Mike has been leading Rand 3D CAD/CAM training classes ranging from introductory to advanced levels in CATIA V5, Pro/ENGINEER, DMU, 3DEXPERIENCE, ENOVIA V6, and Creo Parametric. As a senior member of the Rand 3D Technical Training team, Mike also develops and reviews course material, certifies instructors in areas of delivery skills and knowledge, and works with customers to develop custom course material. He has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and holds a CATIA Essentials technical certification.

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