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    do you use the term 'technical surfacing'???

    I've heard the term 'technical surfacing' over the years and am struggling to define it appropriately. Maybe there is a better term? I heard one product manager on the west coast request a need for technical surfacing people/ training however he was interested in simply a surfacing expert. Comments?

    It seams to me technical surfacing is apposed to form surfacing in that tooling engineers may need surfaces to create special cuts using surface to accomplish a specific task.

    1 Surface offsets for creating progressive electrodes
    2 surface sweeps to create draft when draft feature is not working or appropriate.
    3 cuts up to surface

    Can anyone comment?
    Bart Brejcha
    DESIGN-ENGINE|EDUCATION

    http://www.proetools.com Creo Training

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    He probably put that in there so Industrial Designers wouldn't apply.

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