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Working with I-DEAS
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Working with I-DEAS

Working with I-DEAS

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I am one step from graduating on faculty in Europe. I have some experience in  design and programming in I-DEAS and I am curios is it possible to find job in Canada. Any advice is welcome.

RE: Working with I-DEAS

I don't know about any particular openings, but look for Ford Suppliers (Ford uses Ideas), theres lots of us. We have several people here in the detroit area that work in the states, but live in Canada.

Will Roberts
Yazaki

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I'm in your situation (graduating as engineer in belgium this year)and I would like to work somewhere else. I did my thesis on the comparative study between I-deas MS 8 and Mechanical Desktop 5 + visualNastran. I have to finish this on august 2001. Do you know the opportunities on simulation in I-deas (kinematic chain ... ?)

RE: Working with I-DEAS

Ford does not use Ideas for kinematic simulations. Suspension models are animated in Ideas but the analysis is done in Adams.

Cheers

Greg Locock

RE: Working with I-DEAS

CHRISTAN2, What are your findings between them I would be interested to know. will_e_roberts@hotmail.com

Thanks, Will

RE: Working with I-DEAS

CHRISTAN2,I in the same position as you only that i deal with Pro/E.So it will very interesting to see how my task could be done with I-deas.If you can send me an abstract at least. stun19@hotmail.com

Thanks,Stan

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