Jose Coronado

Product Management Director , PTC

I'm the Product Management Director for Creo Manufacturing applications. I have a degree in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, and an MBA. I have more than 30 years of experience in the Manufacturing Industry, ranging from being a CAD/CAM user in a High-Tech Mold-Making facility, to multiple Technical, Sales, Consulting and Product Management roles at IBM and PTC.

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Wednesday, May 17 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM 102 B

CA1172P - Additive Manufacturing: Enabling the Digital Thread

It’s no secret that additive manufacturing has enormous potential. But what’s needed to fully capture the opportunity? How can silos of disjointed steps in the additive workflow be unified to create an efficient additive process? How can an environment of multiple manufacturing software come together to make high-volume production a reality? Join this panel session to hear from thought leaders and users about how the digital thread can connect the workflow from part design to end-use printed parts.

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Tuesday, May 16 11:15 AM - 11:45 AM 211

CA1462C - CAM Case Study: MAN Energy Solutions

Manual processes are time-consuming, and errors can result in costly downtime. The design and manufacturing teams at MAN Energy Solutions, an energy solutions and services company, recognized that they needed a more strategic approach to meet unique requirements in a precise and timely manner. Discover how MAN Energy Solutions used Creo’s CAM software to capture knowledge with manufacturing templates to make complex processes more efficient. CAM gives manufacturers everything they need to achieve the highest quality precision machining at the fastest possible time. As a result, MAN Energy Solutions has decreased programming time by 33%, among other key improvement metrics.

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Wednesday, May 17 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM 103

CA1491PR - Innovation in Advanced Manufacturing: A Roadmap

Integration has never been more important for additive, machining, and inspection than it is today. These intertwined workflows drive unprecedented efficiency for manufacturing companies. Join this session to hear how the latest releases of Creo are enabling machining efficiency and user productivity. In addition, learn how certain industries, like the medical devices industry, are using additive to create customized implants. With such advanced manufacturing processes, efficiency and innovation are sure to follow.

Session Track:

Wednesday, May 17 2:50 PM - 3:20 PM 210 A

CA1494P - PTC’s Creo Tips & Tricks

PTC product managers and software experts lead this popular annual session as they showcase the very latest and most useful tips and tricks for Creo 10. Make your job easier - and more fun - with this session.

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Monday, May 15 4:05 PM - 4:35 PM 206

CA1522C - Art of Possible: Generative Design and Lattice Structures

Generative design leverages AI to provide optimized alternatives based on a range of engineering and manufacturing constraints while lattices can reduce the weight of a part, while also fulfilling its physical requirement. With generative design, multiple alternatives can be computed simultaneously. With lattices, there are improvements to strength-to-weight ratio, flexibility, and reduction of costs. Lattices can also be used to generate “metamaterials” that have properties that don’t exist in nature. A special focus will be placed on aerospace and medical use cases where generative design and lattice modeling enable personalized solutions, optimize performance, minimize weight, and bring innovative products to market in record time.

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Thursday, May 18 11:05 AM - 11:35 AM 206

CA1607C - Only with Additive: Micro-Jet Engines with an Uninterrupted Print Process

Boldly explore the limits of Additive Manufacturing. In the modern world, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) capture an ever-increasing part of our daily operations. PTC and Technion have joined forces to transform the way that the micro-jet engine is created. Through a single, uninterrupted print process, both the rotating and stationary components are printed simultaneously. It’s only in this additive environment that these ever-complex engines can be the most optimally constructed.

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Thursday, May 18 8:30 AM - 8:45 AM IgniteTalX Stage 1

CA1871I - 3MF: A Format For Advanced Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing is revolutionizing the way many industries design, manufacture, and distribute their end-use parts and prototypes. The additive revolution is also helping the industry to rethink a better interoperability layer in order to transfer information among the different players: Printer Manufacturers, Design Systems, MES systems, and so on. The answer to this is simple: 3MF.

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Tuesday, May 16 3:00 PM - 3:15 PM IgniteTalX Stage 3

CA1872I - Design for Sustainability with Creo and aPriori

What if there was a way to increase the percentage of new product designs that were optimized for manufacturability, sustainability, and cost, and reduce the time it takes to deliver these new products to market– with a direct integration to your Creo design workflow? Join this IgnitetalX session to learn how.

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