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Any Machine Shops Using ProE

Any Machine Shops Using ProE

Any Machine Shops Using ProE

(OP)
Are there any machine shops who either use Pro Engineer, Pro Manufacture or both?  Or does anyone have any good contacts for folks who do this?  We (my company) are looking for machine shops, mold housed, casting houses, etc.... who are leveraging the PTC technology.

Thanks for the help!
Ken

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

Hi Ken,
I know about companies who use both Pro/E and Pro/Manuf.
But where are you located, cause this is in Sweden.
PBe

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

(OP)
We are located in the U.S.  We would prefer to keep the work in the states.  I've only been able to find a handful of shops using, and some of them are on older releases, therefore they can not read our files from 2000i2.  Thanks anyway.

Ken

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

Did you do a search on the web? I think I can ask around for ya. What kinda stuff do you make?

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

(OP)
We manufacture gas detection instruments.  Therefore we are looking for mold makers, casters, as well as shops that can mill and turn.  Thanks for the help.

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

kcmsa,
I recently had a visit from a rep for Morris Technologies.  He is based here in GA, but his company HQ is in Cinncinnati, OH (check http://www.morristech.com).  His selling point was that he can take a ProE file (through 2000i2), convert it to IGES or STEP format and create stereolith or machined parts without any drawings within 2-3 days (depending on level of detail).  If you are in GA or Southeast, I can give you the name of the rep, if not, you can probably get info from the website or even submit quote request via CGI form online.  NOTE:  You still have to specify tolerances for specific dimensions, otherwise everything will be cut to nominal dims, which may or may not be what you want.

I haven't needed their services as of yet, but if you use them, please let me know how it turns out and if the claims are valid (spencer.smith@iwkabi.com).

Thanks,
recneps

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

If you are looking for tool rooms using proengineer.Here is the web www.advanced-tool.com.these guys in and out proe engineer with the latest in upadate .they have proengineer station for every 2 machines.pretty neat shop and located in Corona,CA

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

(OP)
DougM   

GREAT LEAD!  

Thanks!

venkatb,
I'm going to check it out right now.  Thanks for the help.

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

(OP)
venkatb,
That link only takes me to an FTP site.  Do you have any further contact information?

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

Take a look at

R&D Tool and Engineering
1018 Browning St.
Lee's Summit, MO 64063
816-525-0353
http:\\www.rdtool.com

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

Kcmsa,
 Have a look at Pasco Tool & Plastics
                140 Baldwin st.
                Meadville, Pa 16335
                (814) 724-7760
              http:\\www.pascotool.com

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

Ken,
My company uses Pro-e for mold design and part design. We are in Southern Indiana.  Contact us @(812) 477-8264. My supervisor is David Onan.

KM

RE: Any Machine Shops Using ProE

Dear friend,

We are a Gear, Splined Shafts, Forged components  manufacturing unit using the following Pro/Engineer modules: Pro/Surface, Pro/Mold, Pro/NC,BMX,Pro/Toolkit etc. for our engineering and shop floor needs.

We are based in INDIA, ASIA

Amish Bhushan Goel

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