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LiveWorx 2019

DEC29B - The Worst Assembly in the World

Session Description

In a comical approach to an all-too-common issue, the presenter will explore and employ a number of bad modeling practices in a never-ending effort to increase the retrieval time of his Creo Parametric master assembly. Through overuse of assembly cuts, level ten shrink wraps and other excessive modeling practices, attendees will see his retrieval time balloon out to thoroughly unusable levels. By the end of the presentation, attendees will have either a list of ways to increase their own retrieval times, or perhaps more usefully, a list of bad practices to avoid and discourage.


Session Presenter
Additional Information
Digital Engineering
Product Design & Engineering
Attendees will learn common mistakes to avoid that contribute to long retrieval times.
Attendees will learn better modeling practices to actually improve their assembly retrieval times.
Attendees may be mildly amused with a slew of bad jokes, while also learning some useful information.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
Session Schedule