Wouldn’t it be useful to be able to determine BEFORE the drop, whether the component would survive?
Drop tests have become a key part of the product development process of various companies, and are commonly used to assess the integrity of parts and assemblies when it comes to commercial consumer goods, and electronic components. Physical drop tests are time consuming and, due to their nature, result in often substantial material costs.
This is where simulation comes in handy.
Don’s miss a replay of our webinar covering the importance of drop testing and how ANSYS simulation have help you to achieve similar results quicker, cheaper, and more efficiently.
PADT is excited to announce the agenda for our 2019 Tucson ANSYS User Conference. This single day event brings together ANSYS users, partners, and industry experts for networking, learning, and sharing of innovative ideas.
Join us after work at Brother John’s BBQ from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm to explore the role ANSYS simulation plays right here in Tucson Arizona.
This free event will feature PADT’s Simulation Support Manager discussing ANSYS offerings in the realm of additive manufacturing, as well as talks from the founders of Tucson based companies, such as:
Food and drink will be provided.
Check out the full agenda below for more information on the presenters & their talks:
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to connect with other ANSYS users who call the city of Tucson Arizona their home. Secure your spot today.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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