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2020 Fall Event at RayLen Vineyards & Winery
October 29, 2020 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
If you missed the 2020 Fall Pro/Users Event….
well you missed a lot of excitement!
First we would like to say thank you to
RayLen Vineyards & Winery for being our host.
Thank you to everyone who braved the rain and wind to join us for this experience. It was nice to see you.
We started off with breakfast and intros. Then into our second presentation, Hurricane Zeta decided to up the wind and crash our party. She knocked down trees which took our power right along with them. Luckily we had each other to network with and then Zack Lyon brought out the VR (Virtual Reality) fun. (See videos below).
We then cleaned up our event stuff and went to the Winery shop where we were given
the opportunity to sample wine. Our lunch arrived around 11:30. We had lunch with each
other and then called it a day since the power had still not been restored.
Click HERE to see some Photos from the event
Below are Leo Greene, Don Willis and Kelly Carter having fun with VR
Thank you to our Event Sponsor and to our supporting vendors for all that you do with our events.
Check back early 2021 to find out information for the Spring Pro/Users Event
***Registration is now Closed***
2020 Fall Pro/User Event will be held on October 29, 2020 @ 8:30 am
Thank you to RayLen Vineyards & Winery for being our host
Face masks will be provided for this event.
We are taking every precaution to be Covid-19 safe. This venue is an open-air shelter with sides that come down if the weather is uncooperative. The venue will be sanitized pre-event. Each attendee will be required to have their temperature checked. Pro/User masks will be provided to everyone. Hand sanitizer will be available. We want you all to get out of your home offices and enjoy a day of fresh air in the country at this beautiful winery.
There are many great reasons for attending an event
Users throughout the region come together to meet, network and learn about new Creo functionality.
There are always a lot of great questions asked and answered during this time.
It’s always fun to try to stump the Pros with your questions.
Lunch, drinks and snacks will be provided.
We will take a TOUR of the winery.
Grand Prize for this event is a…..
TCL 32S325 32 Inch 720p Roku Smart LED TV
A full high definition display paired with an advanced refresh rate, and
dual-band Wi-Fi allows you to capture every moment. With a sleek,
modern design it looks great whether it is off or on. Read more here…
Your Event Sponsor is:
Your supporting vendors are:
If you are a vendor and you would like to be a sponsor and give a short presentation at our event,
please contact Kayle Brock for more information.
Leo Greene | eCognition
With over 20 years immersed in the improvement and implementation of product development systems and processes Leo is an expert in leveraging the benefits of Complex Geometry, Surface Model Development, Large Assembly Management, as well as Photorealistic 3d Rendering. He is available for Engineering Consulting Services and/or Custom Creo Training.
Shawn Schreckengost | TriStar
Shawn has worked with TriStar as a Business Development Manager for over 10 years. He has over 35 years of industry experience working with various CAD tools including 25 years with Creo Parametric, specializing in design automation, large assembly management, and complicated geometry solutions.
John McBride | Looking Glass XR
With over 25 years in starting and acquiring companies, John previously owned and operated a chain of video game and movie rental stories in the 1990s. By recognizing the future of VR/AR, McBride's vision for Looking Glass is to offer businesses custom innovative VR/AR experiences to transform their educational, training, marketing and design goals.
Rick Donovan | Carrier Corporation
Rick began using Pro/Engineer, V12 in 1994, when the semi-conductor company he worked for transitioned from AutoCad, spending many months converting 2-D drawings into parts, sheet metal parts, and assemblies. Due to the fluid process nature of the semi-conductor business in 1996, he started working with Pro/Piping for package routing for wafer processing. In 2002, Rick began working in the defense industry utilizing large assembly management, top / down design using skeletons integrating multiple designs into an armored amphibious vehicle. Currently, Rick is working at Carrier, EM packaging implementing Pro/Schematic and Cabling and refrigerant tubing using piping.
Lino Tozzi | PTC
Lino is a Principal Creo Applciation Engineer based out on Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He has been an engineer with PTC for 23+ years.