Register for an NX software trial
along with complimentary training. This live
online training series will be held each Friday
from March 25 to April 15. Register once for
access to attend every training session and view all of
the replays. The online training session dates and
Event Times: 2:00 pm Eastern
Duration: 90 minutes
ASCON Group, developer and integrator of professional CAD
solutions, is glad to present a new on-line training session
based on its powerful, easy-learning and cost-effective solution -
KOMPAS-3D V12. All the interested are welcomed to join the
webinars to benefit from CAD familiarization, as well as to get support and
advice in any questions regarding all the main features of the 3D and 2D
modelling softwares, collaboration abilities, surfac
To register for webinars or get additional information about KOMPAS
solutions, please, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The number of participants is limited, do not miss an opportunity and
Prepare for webinars and download KOMPAS-3D V12 30-Days
full-functional Trial at ascon.net/download/kompas/.
Look forward to see you on-line!
e modelling, different add-ons for KOMPAS-3D and many others absolutely for
13 leading international trade shows at one venueTechnology is shaping tomorrow's world. Today. A driving force behind
future technological developments, HANNOVER MESSE sends out decisive
signals and offers extensive scope for showcasing your products and
services all along the industrial value chain.
Whether the challenge is creating micro features on micro parts or on
macro parts, participants in this event will be looking for ideas to
improve their process. Exploring the many processes available, this
conference brings together industry professionals to discuss the latest
developments and to improve your process today. For 2011, the event
provides expanded exhibits and exhibit hours providing even more
opportunity to find solutions!
AeroDef Manufacturing Exhibition and Conference provides a
unique opportunity for aerospace manufacturers to meet with
manufacturing technology and process providers featuring innovative
solutions to their industry challenges.
Looking to understand what nanotechnology means for you? Need to
understand how and why nanotechnology can improve your products,
process and may even cut costs? Interested in learning about the latest
applications and trends in top-down fabrication and bottom-up assembly
techniques? Then this event is for you!
This webcast presents the latest
research on the challenges facing the makers of
tomorrow’s cars, reviews how vehicles are evolving, and
explores ways automotive engineers can improve their
product development decision-making in this increasing
level of complexity. The magnitude of these and related
factors are challenging the automotive industry in
unprecedented ways, highlighting the need for
creativity, innovation, and collaboration.
Time: 8:30 a.m. PDT/ 11:30 a.m. EDT/ 3:30 p.m. GMT
Join CPDA and members of the Design/Simulation Council on Thursday, April 7 in Cincinnati for a one-day workshop that will explore in-depth the latest thinking on the critical issues facing design and simulation.
The Composites Manufacturing 2010 conference is designed to provide
cutting-edge knowledge on composite applications, processes and best
practices. This three-day program connects manufacturing engineers and
management from the world's dominating industries aerospace, medical
(surgical devices), wind energy, marine and consumer (recreational)
products. The technical conference is complemented with exhibits,
facility tours, tutorials and networking functions.
LMS cordially invites you to join us for an informative and educational day on
the fundamentals of weld fatigue analysis covering both seam & spot
Industry trends toward developing more complex products and creating higher-fidelity models to simulate real-world behavior have resulted in longer run times for many simulation users. At the same time, the advent of multicore chips and inexpensive computing clusters has made parallel computing far more affordable than in the past.During this webinar, learn how Mercury Marine, the world leader in marine propulsion technology, is using Abaqus finite element analysis (FEA) software on a Windows server-based cluster to enhance design quality, reduce overall costs, and improve productivity.Mercury Marine’s new server-based cluster resulted in improved software utilization, which nearly offset incremental hardware costs, faster run times of the largest jobs (up to 7x), and improved IT support by in-house system administrators."We’re able to achieve more realism in our simulations and more refinement in our designs. As a result, we’re achieving increased durability, reliability, and weight optimization in our products."- Arden Anderson, CAE Engineer, Mercury MarineBy attending this webinar, you will learn:
Moderator: John G. Falcioni, Editor-in-Chief, Mechanical EngineeringJohn G. Falcioni is Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Mechanical Engineering magazine, the flagship publication of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He also oversees the electronic newspaper, ASME News, ME Magazine Online, and all general-interest supplements. Mr. Falcioni holds a master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.Speakers: Matt Dunbar, Chief Architect, SIMULIAMatt Dunbar joined SIMULIA in 1993 and has held a variety of positions in the company since that time. For much of his tenure he has focused on developing parallel capabilities in the Abaqus simulation products to deliver the application performance required for complex simulation. He has also taken responsibility for the computer environment used by SIMULIA to develop and support the Abaqus products. Mr. Dunbar holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University.Arden Anderson, CAE Engineer, Mercury MarineArden Anderson came to Mercury in 2005 to develop crashworthiness simulation capabilities for marine engine systems using Abaqus Explicit. He is currently responsible for crashworthiness, outboard structural analysis, boat performance prediction, and advising on computing methods, hardware, and software. Prior to joining Mercury, he worked for three years at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory simulating high rate dynamically loaded structures using DYNA and ALE3D. Mr. Anderson graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison with an MS and BS in Engineering Mechanics.Paul Radavich, Design Analysis Manager, Mercury MarinePaul Radavich graduated from The Ohio State University in 2000 with a Ph. D in Mechanical Engineering studying flow generated whistling phenomena using Computational Fluid Dynamics. After graduation, he worked for Ford Motor Company as an analyst simulating engine performance and sound quality until 2004 when he joined Mercury Marine.
For over three decades, HOUSTEX has brought together manufacturing
equipment buyers and industry-leading sellers to interact and discuss
production issues. These face-to-face interactions deliver pure energy!
Manufacturers see the latest technology in action, gather fresh ideas,
develop production strategies, and build long-lasting relationships
The Precision Machining Technology Show was a bright spot in a sluggish economy. North America's only production machining focused show returned to the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, April 28-30, 2009. Despite a dismal economic background, PMTS proved to be a success with plenty of machines on display and quality attendees there to check them out.
Metal Machine Tools, Machining Tools, Metal Forming Machines,
Grinding Machines, Molding Machines of all kinds and related equipment,
Mold Bases, Die & Mold Materials, Die & Mold Working Systems,
High Speed Steels, Cemented Carbide Tools & Diamond Tools, Grinding
Wheel & Abrasive, Precision Measuring, Optical Measuring, 3D
Measuring, CAD/CAM/CAE Systems, Rapid Prototyping, Ultra High Precision
Manufacturing Technology, Design and Modeling Service Bureau, FA Related
Apparatuses, Literature Related to Die & Mold Manufacturing
With the recent activity in today’s PLM business, more companies are
migrating from Dassault CATIA V5 to Siemens NX CAD. The most notable
market that is making this transition is the automotive industry.
Working with both CAD systems or switching to NX is necessary to keep
production flowing smoothly. Migrating to NX from CATIA isn’t a
difficult or complicated process. This webcast will highlight the
similarities and the differences between NX and CATIA to help make the
transition smoother for automotive manufacturing CATIA users.
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific
Learn how to predict and understand the functional behavior of parts and
assemblies by integrating knowledge-driven simulation in the design
session. Predict complex motion behavior of assemblies and products to
meet functional performance objectives.
Time: 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM PDT
Whether you're an Aras Customer or Not. A PLM Beginner or Expert. A Business or
Technical person. ACE 2011 is for You!
SolidWorks® will focus on Delcam’s Gold Partner CAM system, Delcam for
SolidWorks, in a webinar on April 27th. During the webinar,
SolidWorks will show how Delcam’s world-class CAM solution, which is
fully integrated into SolidWorks, can help reduce product manufacturing
costs, shorten lead times, increase throughput and yield.
To register for the webinar, please go to www.solidworks.com/manwebcastdelcam.
Assembly creation: Assembly modelling and main functionality.
Automation, Gerrie Electric and Javelin Technologies are co hosting this
special event to discuss the tools available to help electrical and
mechanical designers work efficiently to design a Rockwell Automation
Time: 10:00am to 11:00am EDT
The SoftInWay team will present the full redesign process to the attendees:
starting from analyzing scanned data and determining profile characteristics,
followed with 1D/2D analysis of existing flow path, evaluation and selection of
sections which require redesign and finally the design of new and efficient