VISTAGY Announces New Training Class for FiberSIM 4.0 Software

VISTAGY Announces New Training Class for FiberSIM 4.0 Software

WALTHAM, Mass., Sept. 3, 2003 — Today VISTAGY, Inc., announced that it will offer a new training class on the use of FiberSIM software for designing and manufacturing composite parts. The new class, entitled FiberSIM 4.0 Basics – General, provides instruction on FiberSIM 4.0 on CATIA V5, Pro/ENGINEER, or Unigraphics at the VISTAGY corporate headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA.

This class is open to all experienced composite analysts, designers, and manufacturing personnel who are competent users of computer-aided-design (CAD) software. This course will benefit individual engineers and contract employees looking to increase their skills set as well as companies that wish to train three people or fewer on FiberSIM 4.0 in the most economical way. The cost of each two-day course is US$1200. Class members will provide their own transportation and expenses.

The next class will be held on October 28-29, 2003, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit the VISTAGY web site at http://www.vistagy.com/products/fibersim_4_general.htm, or register for a class by filling out the Training Inquiry Form at http://www.vistagy.com/products/fibersim_training_inquiry.asp.

About FiberSIM
FiberSIM is a suite of software that turns major CAD systems into advanced tools for designing and manufacturing composite parts. FiberSIM tools automate design and analysis and generate manufacturing information including documentation, flat patterns, and data to drive laser projectors, automated cutters and fiber placement machines.

FiberSIM software is used throughout the world in the aerospace, automotive, marine, medical, and sporting goods industries.

Editorial contacts:
Nick O’Donohoe
Parker Group, Inc.
+1.401.272.1510
nicko@parkergroup.com

Dannielle O’Beirne
Director, Marketing Communications
VISTAGY, Inc.
+1.781.290.0506 x 223
dannielle.obeirne@vistagy.com



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