Forbes.com: Finding True Innovators Is Tough, But The Talent Pool Is There

We have learned the hard way that “Finding True Innovators Is Tough, But the Talent Pool Is There.” And that pool is in the much-maligned millennial generation. In this contributions to Forbes.com, in their Grad of LifeVoice section, I explore what we have learned about that pool and offer up four suggestions: 1. Look for […]

Phoenix Business Journal: Part 2 of Blockchain and Burning Bridges

Here are the two latest guest blogs in the Phoenix Business Journal: Beyond the hype, understanding blockchain: Part 2 The latest tech trendiness is a technology for keeping track of transactions called Blockchain. Its popularity stems from the fact that it has some significant advantages over traditional ways of recording transaction.  It is also popular […]

Extracting Relative Displacements in ANSYS Mechanical

A recurring theme in ANSYS Technical Support queries involves the separation of rigid-body from material deformations without performing an additional analysis. Many users simply assume this capability should exist as a simple post-processing query(or that in any case, this shouldn’t be a difficult operation). “Rigid-Body” displacements implies a transient dynamic analysis (as such displacements should […]

Getting to Know PADT: Stratasys 3D Printer Sales and Support

 This post is the eleventh 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 info@padtinc.com or give us a call at 1-800-293-PADT. When it comes to delivering accurate, […]

Exploring the Value of Multi-Print 3D Models for Medical with Stratasys & Intermountain Healthcare

PADT’s Salt Lake City office has been involved with fulfillment of medical 3d Printing of several cases where customers are exploring the value of multi-color and multi-material medical 3D models by using the Stratasys J750 or the Connex 3. One of those cases was presented at the Mayo Clinic’s Collaborative 3D Printing in Medical Practice […]

From Ideation to Operation: The ANSYS Discovery Product Family in R19 – Webinar

Don’t miss this informative presentation – Secure your spot today! If this is your first time registering for one of our Bright Talk webinars, simply click the link and fill out the attached form. We promise that the information you provide will only be shared with those promoting the event (PADT). You will only have […]

Phoenix Business Journal: Three Posts: “It’s a mess,” Exploring Easy with Disney, and a look at Blockchain

Time does fly and I got a bit behind on posting about postings in the Phoenix Business Journal. So here are three articles we hope everyone finds interesting: It’s a Mess One of the most annoying aspects of modern business life is the proclamation: “It’s a mess.”  Complaining is fine, but there is no indication […]

PADT Intern Wins NASA and ASME 3D Printing Competition

We are very proud of our Additive Manufacturing intern Austin Suder who just won Future Engineers “Two for the Crew” Challenge, presented by the ASME Foundation and NASA.  The challenge asked to invent a multifunctional object that combined two items into one for 3-D printing by crew members aboard the International Space Station (ISS). As a […]

MSU Denver Shows off their Additive Manufacturing Lab

In November of last year we did a press release on new Additive Manufacturing Laboratory at Metropolitan State University in Denver. Since then all of the partners have been hard at work getting the lab up and running.  Last week MSUD released an interview with the University President about the lab as well as a tour […]

ANSYS Discovery Live – Thermal Conduction Webinar Recording

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at sales@padtinc.com or contact PADT’s Lead Application Engineer Manoj Mahendran at manoj.mahendran@padtinc.com.

Discover the strength of structural and modal analysis in ANSYS Discovery Live – Webinar

  Join PADT’s Simulation Support Application Engineer Doug Oatis, for a free webinar including an exploration of the static structural and modal capabilities available within ANSYS Discovery Live, followed by a live demo of the tool as it relates to both application areas. Don’t miss this informative presentation – Secure your spot today! If this is your […]

All Things ANSYS 015 – Using Nimbix to Realize HPC in the Cloud & ANSYS Discovery Live for Transient Thermal Conduction

  Published on: February 26, 2018 With: Manoj Mahendran, Tom Chadwick, Ted Harris, Adil Noor, Eric Miller Description: In this episode your host and Co-Founder of PADT, Eric Miller is joined by PADT’s Tom Chadwick, Ted Harris, Manoj Mahendran, and Special Guest Adil Noor from Nimbix, for a discussion on the transient thermal conduction capabilities available […]

Phoenix Business Journal: The Falcon Heavy launch was not just cool, it was a big deal

There are a few moments in life where everything stops, and you just have to take in the fact that something momentous is happening. I feel “The Falcon Heavy launch was not just cool, it was a big deal.” I was able to watch it in a public An individual decided he wanted to go […]

Getting to Know PADT: Manufacturing Consulting

This post is the tenth 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 info@padtinc.com or give us a call at 1-800-293-PADT. When you think about manufacturing and […]

Phoenix Business Journal: A ping pong-playing robot? The world has just changed

While wandering through a maze of booths at a recent trade show, I stumbled upon something quite amazing. “A ping pong-playing robot? The world has just changed” explores how sensors, the cloud, and artificial intelligence is leaping forward and making science fiction real.