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As a long-time and authorized partner of Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) the Training Academy Pannonia of course offers trainings for the PTC Arbortext® product portfolio, for Windchill® Quality Solutions (formerly Relex®) and for PTC Mathcad®.
This trainings series addresses technical editors and illustrators, but also application engineers and system integrators, who want to get to know the products Arbortext Editor™, Arbortext IsoDraw®, Arbortext Styler™ and Arbortext Architect, the products of the Windchill® Quality Solutions (Relex®) and PTC Mathcad® series in detail.
During this two-day course, you will learn the basic and advanced editing operations of Arbortext® Editor™. The course emphasizes hands-on experience, interaction between student and instructor, and a solid foundation in the fundamental skills and commands of this structured authoring tool.
In this course, you will learn basic and advanced drawing operations of Arbortext IsoDraw®. This course emphasizes hands-on experience, interaction between student and instructor, and a solid foundation in the essential drawing skills and commands needed to produce quality technical illustrations for publications. You will learn how to open, save, and close new and existing documents. You will also learn how to project geometry from one plane to another, and learn how to use the perspective and isometric tools. You will also learn how to automate the creation of technical illustrations from existing 3-D CAD data. You will learn how to draw and view entities, understand 3-D projections, moves and rotation and how to use the Objects window.
This course teaches the concepts for creating one or more stylesheets for authoring, for editing window display, paged and web outputs. In this course, you will learn how to code stylesheet categories that affect the Arbortext® window display and paged output, and how to apply context, position and conditional-based formatting. You will also learn how to use derivation and property sets to design a stylesheet that is easy to maintain. You will learn how to create and apply page sets, preview multiple outputs while developing StylerSheets, and export stylesheets to multiple types. Finally, you will test your stylesheet to ensure its success.
This two‐day workshop is designed to familiarize you with the design modules of Arbortext® Architect™ that enables you to create, configure and maintain document types. You learn about user interface configuration, the DCF file, and document type preferences as you master new terminology and skills. After completing this course, you will know how to open Arbortext® Architect™, and import doctype components. You will learn how to modify the appearance and behavior of elements using the DCF Editor. You will also create template and sample files. You will learn how to install a document type, configure aliases, and use ActiveX controls. You will create and run macros and learn how to create dynamic dialog boxes using the XUI Editor. You will learn how to merge data from external sources. You will configure and assign profiles. You will also learn how to customize Web output and configure PDF files. After successfully completing this course, you will be prepared to create, configure, install, and maintain an Arbortext® application.
In this course, you will be introduced to Windchill® Quality Solutions, enabling you to quickly maximize your investment. You will have an overview of software features and functionality. You will work on sample projects that are based on real-world scenarios. You will learn about some of the key “Reliability Prediction” features such as data entry, data analysis and data output. You will also learn about key “FMEA” features, “OpSim” features and “Fault Tree” features.
In this course, you will learn how to implement a successful closed loop corrective action system by helping you understand all the choices, implications, and challenges inherent in establishing an effective FRACAS process. You will learn how “FRACAS” is used to model a best-practice FRACAS implementation. The broad, flexible feature set available in “FRACAS” is demonstrated to its full potential, helping you learn how “FRACAS” can help you to meet your unique corrective action needs.