Please join us for our 7th annual live webinar event on May 18th, 2022. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear from experts in the following sessions:
Autodesk Manufacturing Software Solutions
10:00 AM Central Time
Learn about NexGenSolutions and how the Applied Technology acquisition continues to benefit all customers. NexGen Solutions has been recognized by Autodesk as the #1 reseller for customer service, winning the Autodesk Platinum Top Service Delivery Partner for all of the Americas in 2022.
NexGenSolutions offers professional grade mechanical, documentation, and product simulation tools. Connect your design and make processes withour advanced manufacturing solutions. We’ve also added some exciting new technology this year in UpChain (Cloud PDM/PLM), ProModel (Facility Layout/Simulation), ProdSmart (Production Scheduling/Management) and Moldflow (Plastic Design/Simulation).
3D Printing Applications for Engineering & Architecture
11:00 AM Central Time
Join Print & Image Operations Director, Paul Bartron, and Professional Services Director, Steve Thompson, as they discuss what 3D printing is, types of 3D printing, and how it can be applied in the fields of engineering and architecture.
Advanced Analysis & Engineering Simulation
1:00 PM Central Time
Join Simulation and Mechanical Design Engineer, Alex Sinclair, as he discusses the advanced analysis and simulation capabilities of the Applied Advanced Analysis Team. Engineering simulation can provide invaluable insight into how products perform – or don’t!
This webinar will highlight the many ways our team can detect premature product failure, decrease prototype costs, and lead design efforts based on realistic usage constraints and performance data. A wide variety of simulation types will be covered including static, dynamic, vibration, fatigue, internal/external flow, manufacturing processes, thermal, and multiphysics analysis.
What’s New in Application Development
2:00 PM Central Time
Join Applications Developer and Software Development Team Lead, Tycho Kalvoda, as he takes a look at some of the recent technologies and how Applied Engineering’s software Development team uses them to build better applications, faster.