Published on: December 19, 2017 With: Ted Harris, Joe Woodward, Alex Grishin, Jim Peters, Tom Chadwick, Ahmed Fayed, Eric Miller Description: In this episode your host and Co-Founder of PADT, Eric Miller is joined by PADT’s Alex Grishin, Jim Peters, Joe Woodword, Tom Chadwick, Ahmed Fayed, and Ted Harris, for a discussion on predictions […]
What do you think historians will call the economic age that we are part of right now? Specifically, what revolution are we smack dab in the middle of? I share my guesses in “Are we living in a computer, software, internet, or information revolution?” A good thing the contemplate as we get ready for […]
Risk is what used to set the American business world apart from everyone else. People would risk everything to come here and then take risk in the marketplace. That has changed, “When did RISK become a four-letter word?” asks the question and throws out some ideas about how we need to turn that around.
Before joining PADT last July, I have worked on FEA and CFD analyses but my exposure to ANSYS was limited and I was concerned about the transition. To my delight, the software was very easy to learn; most often than not intuitive and self-explanatory (e.g. mechanical wizard), the setup time was minimized after learning couple […]
As we jump into December everyone is starting to realize that 2017 is almost over. And what would the end of a year be without a look back at what happened? 2017 was a big year for PADT, with new offerings, fantastic events, and humbling recognition taking place throughout the year. If anything, this was […]
I’m sure most people don’t know the name George M. Low. He was an early employee at NASA, serving as Chief of Manned Space Flight and later as a leader in NASA’a Apollo moon program in the late 1960’s. In fact, he was named Manager of the Apollo Spacecraft Program after the deadly Apollo 1 […]
Published on: December 4, 2017 With: Ted Harris, Joe Woodward, Eric Miller Description: In this episode your host and Co-Founder of PADT, Eric Miller is joined by PADT’s Senior Mechanical Engineer Joe Woodward, and Simulation Support Manager Ted Harris for a look into recent announcements regarding simulating 3D Printing with ANSYS and 3DSIM as well as a […]
This post is the seventh installment in our review of all the different products and services PADT offers our customers. As we add more, they will be available here. As always, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 1-800-293-PADT. “It is done running already? What […]
One of the key outputs from any random vibration analysis is determining the response of the object you are analyzing in terms of reaction forces. In the presentation below. Alex Grishin shares the theory behind getting accurate forces and then how to do so in ANSYS Mechanical. As always, please contact PADT for your ANSYS […]
Empowerment is one of those loaded buzzwords that hangs out with synergy and disruptive. When done right, empowerment can make running a business, and making that business successful, much easier. In the fourth installment of “Exploring Easy” I take a look at empowerment and why is not just a good idea, it is easier to do than trying to […]
The ability to rate products, services, and even companies online has been fantastic for consumers. But it is also a tool that a disgruntled customer can use to seek revenge, and that is not fantastic for the company getting a bad rating. Managing your online ratings is as important as your search engine optimization. “Is […]
The recent #MeToo campaign brought to light how widespread and endemic harassment and assault are in the workplace. Tech companies can often feel they are they are not part of the problem, but #MeToo has shown that they are. So, “What does #MeToo mean for your technology business?“
Sometimes, in an attempt to impress prospective customers, we bombard them with information during the proposal phase of a project. In “Exploring easy: Make it easy for your customers, keep things simple when proposing new business” I take a look at how starting simple can get you to success faster.
The web is such an important part of our life now, but many companies do not use web pages and applications to make it easier for their customers to do business with them. “Exploring Easy – Give your customers the ability to interact through the web” gives some examples of this along with some recommendations.
IEEE Day celebrates the first time in history when engineers worldwide and IEEE members gathered to share their technical ideas in 1884. Events were held around the world by 846 IEEE Chapters this year. So, to celebrate, I attended a joint chapter meeting in at The Museum of Flight in Seattle with technical presentations focused […]