The fifth edition of The MFG Meeting will bring together the manufacturing community to learn, network and be inspired. This year’s meeting will focus on the power of manufacturing, which is driven by innovation, design, insight, and people. The presentations from industry leaders will provide creative ways to optimize the drivers of manufacturing and provide solutions to strengthen your business. The event is organized by AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology, the National Tooling and Machining Association (NTMA) and the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA).
GoEngineer & Stratasys 3D Printer Print-a-Part DayMarch 6th- San Diego– 10am-1pm
This event is the perfect opportunity to participate in the entire product design process from designing a part to taking it out of the 3D printer.Learn from the experts how 3D printers can integrate into an engineer’s everyday workflow.What to expect?
GoEngineer & Stratasys 3D Printer Print-a-Part Day March 6th - Santa Ana -10am-1pm
GoEngineer & Stratasys 3D Printer Print-a-Part Day March 6th – Santa Clara – 10am-1pm
Fundamental Training for the Design Engineer
This intense, three-day course teaches best practices for parametric modeling. Moving from user interface and application settings, we'll cover 2D sketch creation, 3D model generation, documentation creation and editing, and much more. Attendees will also work with assemblies, learn advanced modeling techniques (such as creating exploded assemblies and animations). This class will prepare design engineers to interact with the Autodesk data management solution (Vault).
GoEngineer & Stratasys 3D Printer Print-a-Part Day March 13th– Woodland Hills – 10am-1pm
Join us for a packed, three-day agenda (including a full day of training) where we will move beyond simulation and into a new era of Multidisciplinary Design Exploration. CFD can be applied to almost any engineering problem, but it's real value comes from the ability to improve a product or design through multiple design iterations, using a stream of simulation-generated engineering data to drive the design process. Ultimately, this results in a higher quality, more robust product that better fulfills customer expectations.