SolidWorks is taking performance-training webinars down to just 22 minutes in an effort to help today’s time-strapped designers. With a new series of webinars, SolidWorks provides a quick what, why and how for key features.
You can register for the live events, or—if you’re really strapped for time—you can watch the recorded webinars at your convenience. The biggest advantage of the live events is the ability to participate in the QuickPolls they take throughout the presentations. Read full article »
Lately I’ve been singing the praises of the educational information you can find through third-party resellers of Siemens NX. The people who work at these companies have to know the software inside and out, so they can be valuable resources for improving your performance. And you never know, you might find someone as inspiring as that one great teacher who got you into the engineering business in the first place. Read full article »
In 1997, Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom began its huge run on the bestseller lists. The book is a touching story about how a wise, older professor gave important life lessons to a former student, during regular Tuesday meetings in the months leading up to the professor’s eventual death.
The new Siemens PLM Software CAE Solutions Forum won’t bring a tear to your eye and the day is different—but the general idea is the same.
Through a series of five live webinars, held on the third Thursday of every other month beginning on February 16, you’ll gain insights and wisdom designed to help you live a better professional life. (The other dates are April 19, June 21, August 16 and October 18.)
By joining the forum, you can:
- Improve your efficiency with best practices shared directly from other companies
- Influence product direction through direct contact with development, marketing and business planning teams at NX
- Learn how to leverage the newest NX CAE software technology directly from Siemens PLM developers Read full article »
I’m always looking for ways to improve your CATIA performance that you might not otherwise know about, and the other day I ran across an interesting page deep inside the Dassault Systèmes website.
It’s the gateway to an extensive archive of on-demand e-Seminars, which you can search by industry—automotive, aerospace, ship building, life sciences, industrial equipment, high-tech/electronics, consumer goods, consumer packaged goods, energy, services and construction—or by product, like CATIA.
According to the guys at Siemens PLM Software, “lean” just isn’t lean enough anymore. Sure, applying “lean manufacturing” initiatives on the shop floor gets results, but you can do even better if you think lean earlier in the process. Read full article »