Join us for this complimentary webcast: Using Excel Analysis Features in Creo
Are you an engineer or designer using the Behavioral Modeling Extension (BMX)? If so, we invite you to spend an hour with us as we uncover how to:

Create an Excel Analysis Feature
Drive your design using data from an Excel spreadsheet
Learn where Excel Files are stored
Review options related to Excel Analyses

The Behavioral Modeling Extension (BMX) enables an Excel spreadsheet to be integrated directly into the Creo Parametric model so that the model conforms to the design requirements. This integration is accomplished using an Excel Analysis feature that references an external Excel file to calculate the measurements. Once an Excel spreadsheet is created, it can be easily referenced by multiple models.

This webcast is ideal for engineers and designers using the Behavioral Modeling Extension (BMX), looking to extend the capabilities by using Excel data to help drive their designs.

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Meet your Presenter: Scott Hendren, Instructional Design Projects Manager

Scott   Scott has worked as a trainer and curriculum developer in the PLM industry for over 20 years with experience on multiple CAD systems, including Pro/ENGINEER, Creo Parametric, and CATIA. Trained in Instructional Design, Scott uses his skills at ASCENT to develop instructor-led and web-based training products.

Scott holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Degree as well as a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Dalhousie University in Canada.
Creo Excel

We invite you to join us for this free webcast:


Wednesday, March 21, 2018


11:00 AM Eastern Time

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Registration is complimentary.

If you are unable to attend on the event date, please register and you will receive a link to the recorded webcast.

The content from this webcast is taken from the ASCENT Learning Guide:
Creo Parametric: Behavioral Modeling

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