Webast Series: June 2012 Fisher/Unitech Presents Five SolidWorks Webcasts

Please join us for one or all of the following FREE SolidWorks webcasts in June.


Let's Go Design: Medical Devices and Equipment

1 Monday, June 11th
1:00 PM CT
2:00 PM ET


Design in the medical industry is challenging. Product lines evolve rapidly, design cycles are getting shorter, and the market demands innovative devices that are functional, durable, and aesthetically pleasing. See how SolidWorks can help.


Flow Simulation

1Tuesday, June 12th
9:00 AM CT
10:00 AM ET


This webinar will discuss the general capabilities of SolidWorks Flow and its labor saving companion modules for HVAC and Electronics.  In addition the webinar will cover the basics of model building to highlight the tight integration with SolidWorks that shortens learning curves and model build time.


Creating Life-Like Interactive Experiences with 3DVIA Composer 1

Thursday, June 14th
9:00 AM CT
10:00 AM ET 


You already have years of 3D data from your products, you know there is more that can be accomplished from leveraging those designs… Join this webcast to learn how to harness the power of existing 3D designs to create interactive life like experiences. Whether you need visual work instructions for manufacturing or 3D visualizations of product performance or support on the web, 3DVIA Composer allows you to create technical communications you never dreamed possible.


Customer Success with Enterprise PDM

1Tuesday, June 19th
9:00 AM CT
10:00 AM ET


Join us for a monthly webcast featuring a successful EPDM customer implementation. You'll hear first-hand how we've helped companies like yours manage their data across the enterprise. Common misconceptions will be dispelled, for example, EPDM is difficult to learn or companies need to hire another person to take on the administrative tasks. At one customer site, the EPDM Administrator spends 5 hours per week on admin tasks and this company has 200 seats of SolidWorks across four locations worldwide.


Introduction to SolidWorks Plastics


Wednesday, June 13th
9:00 AM CT
10:00 AM ET




If you design plastic injection molded parts or plastic injection molds, come see how you can eliminate defects and rework. Take plastic part and mold design from an art to science by adopting SolidWorks Plastics. In this webcast, you will learn that you can quickly evaluate manufacturability while you design, eliminate costly mold rework, improve part quality, and accelerate the time to market.

SolidWorks Plastics is a new product that brings easy-to-use injection molding simulation directly to the designers of plastic parts and injection molds. It simulates how melted plastic flows during the injection molding process to predict manufacturing-related defects on parts and molds.


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