July is usually a non-eventful month but this year we have a couple of special webinars and the debut of a 3D Printer that many of us have been waiting a long time to get our hands on. So take a look at what we have planned and what we did in June.
July 17: ACTE – AZ Summer Conference
This annual event is the place where Educators go in Arizona to learn about technology. The Association for Career Technical Education of Arizona hosts this annual gathering of everyone involved in career and technical education. PADT will have a booth and we will be talking about the power of 3D Printing in the Classroom.
Stratasys J750 Road Show
See the First Practical Color 3D Printer
July 25: Littleton, Colorado – Register
July 27: Salt Lake City, Utah – Register
July 29: Scottsdale, Arizona – Register
Stratasys recently released the most advanced PolyJet 3D Printer on the market. The J750 promises to be a game changer by printing complex parts with diverse properties quickly while minimizing post processing time. See the spectacular full-color 3D printed models ranging from lifelike prototypes to lifesaving surgical-planning models, and comprehensive teaching aids to customized manufacturing tools.
- Check out the newest 3D Printing Technology
- Speak directly with Additive Manufacturing experts
- Hear how other companies have implemented 3D Printing
We have several great Webinars on tap for June. All PADT webinars are recorded, so even if you can’t make the specified time register and we will send you a link to the recording.
|Wednesday, July 20, 2016 – 12:00 PM AZ/PDT, 1:00 PM MDT
ANSYS Solutions for Electric Machine Design
|Friday, July 22, 2016 – 112:00 PM AZ/PDT, 1:00 PM MDT
ANSYS Solutions for Electric Machine Design – Encore
|TBD in July
Webinars on ANSYS AIM
Watch this space for the date and registration link.
June Events in Review
Not much happened the first part of the month, then in the last two weeks we packed it in. Read below to see what our team was up to.
Every year the Utah Technology Council has a breakfast focused on “The Future of Technology in Utah.” This year Governor Gary Herbert was able to participate. Lots of great interaction and we can share that the future of technology looks bright.
The Colorado space community showed up in force for this year’s Jefferson County Aerospace & Defense Small Business Industry Day. Norm and James were there talking with customers and many people interested in learning about real world applications for 3D Printing in Aerospace.
Our most far flung event for the month was PADT’s David Mastel participating in the Twin Cities ANSYS User Meeting put on by Epsilon FEA. Hosted by current valued partner and former PADT employee Rod Scholl, these meetings are always well attended. David was able to share our thoughts on High Performance Computing and answer some great questions on how to wring that last ounce of performance out of your compute hardware.