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Phoenix Analysis & Design Technologies Presents: ANSYS Startup Program: The Significance of Simulation Do you work for a startup of know someone who does? PADT would like to invite you to attend our upcoming webinar in support of the ANSYS … Continue reading
September is here and it is a jam packed month of events, many of them related to BioMedical engineering. We are continuing with ANSYS webinars and talking about 3D Printing as well. See what we have below: September 13: Salt Lake … Continue reading
It’s August and the activities keep coming. Those of us in the Tempe office managed to travel to cooler climates in July, and we have pictures to prove it below. This month’s events are mostly online. As always, check back to … Continue reading
With the introduction of the new ANSYS Mechanical Enterprise, many add-on products that had to be purchased separate, are now included. In these webinars PADT’s engineers will provide an overview of the key applications that users now have easy access … Continue reading
PADT would like to invite you to a free seminar or webinar on how to use 3D Printing to manufacture parts for your products. In February, PADT held a Lunch and Learn with the AZ Tech Council on "Designing and … Continue reading
This Wednesday we had our last PADT ANSYS Webinar Webinar of 2012 on the cool stuff in the just released 14.5 version of the ANSYS Mechanical products. As promised, here are links: The recording can be found at: https://padtincevents.webex.com/padtincevents/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=6160237&rKey=0a380a100d1db557 And a … Continue reading
Last Thursday (10/25/2012) Clinton Smith gave a well attended webinar sharing his experience getting the Engineering Knowledge Manager (EKM) up and running for him and how he used it on a project. As promised, the slides from that presentation and … Continue reading