Getting started - need training Getting started - need training dfteng (Mechanical) (OP) 1 Aug 02 13:28 What is the best method of training for getting started with Algor. Are the webcasts useful or is more traditional classroom training necessary? Any good experience? RE: Getting started - need training rted (Aerospace) 6 Aug 02 14:43 I found the best way to get started was just by going through their tutorials. After I had already gone through the tutorials, I bought a webcast which wasn't very helpful - it didn't seem very much more than what is already in the docutech. I went there for onsite training (one-on-one) and was pretty disappointed when the "expert" who was supposed to be helping me didn't know the answers. I borrowed the book that they reference from the library (author: Spyrakos) and although it's for a much older version of Algor I found it very helpful. RE: Getting started - need training stanier (Mechanical) 25 Sep 02 18:16 I found using Pipepak the best way to learn is to have an application and start modelling it. When you have questions send them to Algor. The responses are fast and helpful.