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11.09.05 - Moto Restaurant Staff and Chef Homaro Cantu take tour of Design Engine Education training facility and deepLABS ultimately to listen to a capabilities overview and general overview of product design as a process is apart of continued education of restaurant staff. Part of the discussion was discussing experience design, industrial design, Pro/ENGINEER as apart of a design process and an overview of rapid prototyping. Restaurant staff is put at ease to lead or participate in ideation meetings with designers and engineers.
11.07.05 - Kansas State University sends their lead industrial designer for Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire training.
10.04.05 - Bart Brejcha speaks at Perdue University to Industrial Design students about proving form using modern day CAID software. He discussed light reflection in terms of subconscious interpretation and proving form in real time using Pro/ENGINEER wildfire. The students all have access to the Mechanical Engineering department software over the network.
10.19.05 - Designers and engineers from Chicago Faucet, Insight Product Development and Zebco noted manufacture of Fishing reels come in for three day surfacing and ISDX intensive.
10.17.05 - Bit 7 of Madison WI sends two industrial designers for five day intensive specific for Industrial design oriented Wildfire training. They gain a mixture basics and surfacing so they can go back leaders.
10.03.05 - Bart Brejcha to administer a one Day ISDX workshop to Kohler ID and ME teams.
09.15.05 - Alfredo Santiallan and Bart Brejcha both present Pro/ENGINEER and Alias together to ID and ME students at CID, Mexico.
06.20.05 - Design-engine.com the online resource magazine announces the fifth photoreal competition. This one for furniture. Designers and engineers from around the world are invited to participate. The Jury includes Don Chadwick of Herman Miller Aeron Fame.
06.20.05 - British magazine triad Wallpaper magazine article on sister company deepLABS eating utensils for Moto Restaurant. page 044 of the July August 2005 issue. Article titled "How do you like your stake zapped".
06.08.05 - Bart Brejcha administered a Pro/SURFACE and ISDX intensive at a Knoll's Philadelphia location. This high end workshop was delivered to the already surfacing experts at Knoll.
06.06.05 - March three week student, Robert Bobek ME was hired by Chicago Faucet for Engineering work.
05.16.05 - Chicago Bears' own graphic designer comes in for one week Maya course. He is so pleased that he plans to make a return visit in the near future.
05.03.05 - Design-engine instructors assist Admiral Tool in accessing sheet metal files and resolving issues using Pro/SHEETMETAL.
04.29.05 - Design Engine Education expands its Adobe course offerings. We have found a broad based dissatisfaction with the existing programs that many industrial design schools currently offer by evaluating the input of people looking for these programs. In response to this we offer a new intensive Adobe workshop.
04.27.05 - Alfredo Santillan Industrial Designer of DE was invited to speak at a PTC User conference about surfacing and design in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He spoke in front of hundreds who listened contently to his tips and tricks on ISDX and Wildfire.
04.27.05 - Bart Brejcha is asked to teach a class to IDEO in Palo Alto CA this week. All Mechanical Engineers were in the class.
04.25.05 Techniplas of Iowa sends an engineer to Chicago for a one week Wildfire upgrade session.
04.21.05 - Design Engine Education is chosen from hundreds of Chicago training providers to participate in a technical trade show at the Westside Technical Institute in Chicago. All of the participants have been pre approved for WIA vouchers already and need to choose a school.
04.18.05 - Rubbermaid / Sanford's engineering Eldon came in this entire week for a Pro/ENGINEER Surfacing week.
04.18.05 - Mat Kaczor one of our three week students landed his new job at a forth tier auto parts provider.
04.15.05 – Design Engine Maya Instructor Scott Rachwalski utilizes his Maya skills on the new Hollywood production of War of the Worlds. He expects to be ready to teach the May session now that his project is completed.
04.11.05 - Rubbermaid / Sanford's products division industrial designers from the Eldon office products came in this entire week for Alias Studio level 1 and 2 training.
04.04.05 - Sam Byrd one of our three week WIA students started Caterpillar in a fuel systems group. He received his degree in mechanical engineering from Northern Arizona University at Flagstaff .
03.25.05 Design Engine Graduated several Maya users from the three week comprehensive.
03.22.05 - Alfredo Santillan begins his tenure as an instructor with Design Engine. He has a degreed industrial designer from 'TEC de Montery' in Mexico City and masters in Automobile design from the 'Scuola Politecnica di Design'. His contribution to our team with Alias and Pro/ENGINEER instruction to industrial designers. When not teaching a class or directing tutorials he will be designing products for the deepLABS division of Design Engine, Inc.
02.28.05 Several past DE|E 3-week comprehensive engineers are being courted by Harley Davidson and come back for ISDX g2 surface modeling workshops to ensure their new hire.
02.25.05 DE|E staff assist famous Chicago sculptors; Eric May, Jason Ver Beek, and John Werner with models, documentation using Pro/ENGINEER and renderings using MAYA. All this for the 100 thousand dollar purse the McCormick Foundation Sculpture Competition will award the winner.
02.18.05 Sears Seating and one from Fort Lock are in this level one workshop who had five people in IL.
02.07.05 NASCAR #32 Tide Race Car team engineers makes an appearance at Design Engine's Chicago facility to raise skill levels in Pro/ENGINEER. More and more Nascar teams are recognizing
02.01.05 Mike Vostal to speak at the Ontario Pro/E users group conference this day. Mike will conduct several two hour workshops before and after the conference. There are also plans for him to teach a Pro/SURFACE ISDX hybrid 2 day workshop in the Toronto office.