I'm starting to build up the Windchill side of Creo Windchill starting with this quick primer on an Introduction to BOM Management for Windchill, where I go through different kinds of Bills of Material and the basics of the eBOM-mBOM transformation process. Take a look and let me know what you think.
One time I had a discussion with a recruiter who was a member of a team focused on recruiting from underrepresented groups (in her case, military veterans). She said, “Diversity wasn’t happening organically so we had to put a microscope on it.” That’s an excellent point: diversity doesn’t happen naturally. Our lizard brains are hard-wired to seek safety, and one way that manifests itself is by identifying with someone like ourselves. Some of the things that we are naturally a
“We hire the best person for the job.” Companies make a lot of excuses for not having a diverse workforce, and this is one of the most popular - and insulting. It implies that the company has no unconscious bias, and the high quality of their hiring process just happened to result in a predominantly Caucasian male workforce. The truth is, the “best person” most likely has a job somewhere else - probably at the competition. They also might not be attracted to your company beca
A new document on Data Sharing Features in Creo Parametric is now available to download for free from our new Top Down Design Documents page. Jump on over and take a look! Feel free to share the document with your friends and co-workers. And don't forget to check out the companion videos available on our YouTube Channel Top Down Design Playlist. If you like what you see, please give a thumbs up to the video, add a comment telling me what other videos you would like to see, an
A new video has been uploaded to our YouTube channel with three Assembly Mode Tips and Tricks: The Repeat Command using the Model Tree Editing Parameters using the Model Tree Assembly User Defined Features (UDFs) Check it out, and please give the video a thumbs up!