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    Does anyone have a copy of the labs from the advanced PC-DMIS class?
    Kevin

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    Or does anyone know where you can go to these classes? Locations?
    B. Jacobs
    B&S Global 12.15.10
    2014.1

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    • #3
      Here is the B & S Training link.
      When in doubt, post code. A second set of eyes might see something you missed.
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      • #4
        I have them on paper and theres about 100 pages.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by kite005 View Post
          I have them on paper and theres about 100 pages.
          Well there goes asking someone to post it...
          Kevin

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          • #6
            My company got me the book.. No class just the book...lol cost them 100 bucks. To bad I don't have cadd++ may have done more good.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by T Miller View Post
              My company got me the book.. No class just the book...lol cost them 100 bucks. To bad I don't have cadd++ may have done more good.
              Heck, I'm still running 3.2 on my two main machines. The one I hardly use has 3.5.... I really miss the click and drag autofeature hits in 3.7mr3.
              Kevin

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              • #8
                Hello I have all but two of the labs in 4.0 for the advance class.
                just let me know what verson you need it in.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by kweber0000 View Post
                  Hello I have all but two of the labs in 4.0 for the advance class.
                  just let me know what verson you need it in.
                  Any version will do, I am mostly interested in the sample code for the flow control features. The help menu in 3.2 doesnt give much assistance with code samples.
                  Kevin

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                  • #10
                    Just a note to pass onto those interested in training.

                    We have been providing on site training for 4 years with great sucess.

                    Each training session length is determined by a questionnaire we send out to our clients before quoting training. An experienced person with a good solid backround is going to take less time to train than a person with very little backround. Why wouldn't you want to be trained on your machine, using your applications, your prints and your needs ? This is the best way to learn.

                    If you, or another person you know requires Pc-dmis training, please have them contact us.

                    Sorry for the commercial advertising, but its good to give people the opportunity to see what their alternative to standard B & S training is.
                    Jim Jewell

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jjewell View Post
                      Why wouldn't you want to be trained on your machine, using your applications, your prints and your needs ? This is the best way to learn.
                      I have gone through this as both the trainee and the trainer. Unless you have a strong lock on the door, you only get to train about half of the time. Little fires pop up constantly that need the trainee's attention or machine time. The people requesting these never seem to realize that they have other sources to tap that they would have gone to if the trainee was off site for their training. For this reason I far prefer off site training.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by jjewell View Post
                        Just a note to pass onto those interested in training.

                        We have been providing on site training for 4 years with great sucess.

                        Each training session length is determined by a questionnaire we send out to our clients before quoting training. An experienced person with a good solid backround is going to take less time to train than a person with very little backround. Why wouldn't you want to be trained on your machine, using your applications, your prints and your needs ? This is the best way to learn.

                        If you, or another person you know requires Pc-dmis training, please have them contact us.

                        Sorry for the commercial advertising, but its good to give people the opportunity to see what their alternative to standard B & S training is.
                        We also do training as well as contract inspection, gage manufactuing, reverse engineering, and customized programming. I have been programming for 7 years, I just wanted the code samples from the labs because I have not had any use for them for so long I forgot alot of it.
                        Kevin

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                        • #13
                          Daddy Bluto,

                          While I understand your concern, its unfortunate that situation arose.

                          I would say it has happened to us twice in 4 years ! Once, they had fires coming from every direction and their customer showed up unannouced
                          looking for butts ! We agreed to forego the training til a later date and helped them rise from the ashes ! Glad we were there to help.

                          I prepare the site by talking to management, more than once.

                          Its their money being spent, I want to help them spend it properly, get the most results for the money. No interuptions unless the place is on fire. We take a quick 5-10 min break every hour, it lets them take care of any "immediate" minor issues. As I said, it has worked very well and I still
                          stand by the on site method 100%....It just makes sense.
                          Jim Jewell

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                          • #14
                            We debated for several weeks as to which direction to go with regards to training. I had taught myself to a level of competence which allowed me to do nearly everything I needed to do with our machine, but still found myself struggling.

                            I can't speak to anyone elses qualifications, so my opinion here may be interpreted as slightly biased, but we are very happy with having had Jim come to our facility.

                            Dollar for dollar, the cost was only slightly more than B&S training, and as Jim mentioned, there is no replacement for hands on.

                            We have easily got our money back for the the training, in efficiency alone, let alone the confidence it has given us as a legitimate metrology service to our surrounding manufacturing community.

                            I don't want to get Jim in a difficult position by causing his phone to ring off the hook, but the follow up and the on-going assistance he has provided since coming here, has been second to none.

                            Lastly, regarding bias, I would be more than happy to share with you all if we had been dis-satisfied. I believe firmly in word of mouth. Our shop has no sales department, we work by reputation. I have no problem speaking on a persons behalf, just as it would not bother me to sully them when required. This is the same we would expect from any of our customers.
                            If clutter is a sign of genius, I must be qualified to teach guys like Einstein and other smarty pantses

                            B & S 7-10-7
                            pcdmis cad++ 3.25mr3

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                            • #15
                              Both Jim & DB make valid points. I to have been on both sides of the coin. It all depends on your orginazations mindset. Is the CMM an option or is it the lifeline for quality, worked for both kinds of companies. There is no way i could have someone come in & do training. We bought a new Talyrond 365 & it came with 2 days of training. I was lucky if i got 1. In my position going outside the company would be my preference. Just an opinion.
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