Design Excellence Forum Features SolidWorks Training
September 27, 2013—Fisher/Unitech, a top reseller of SolidWorks 3-D design software and Stratasys 3-D Printers, will inaugurate its Design Excellence Forum – a new and provocative event scheduled at 11 cities throughout the Midwest and Northeast. The Design Excellence Forum will offer several presentations showing how to leverage today’s most innovative technologies to achieve excellence in design and manufacturing. The Forum promises to deliver stellar sessions on mechanical CAD, electrical design, 3-D printing, CAM, data management, and includes free training on SolidWorks 2014. This roadshow will begin on October 2nd in Kansas and travel throughout the Midwest and East Coast during the month of October.
The Design Excellence Forum serves as a unique and complimentary resource for SolidWorks users, prospective users and upper management alike. There will be keynote addresses delivered by executives of SolidWorks Corporation, including Ken Clayton, Aaron Kelly, Alfred Saad and Paul Giaconia. This forum offers management the opportunity to stay involved and up to speed on the latest and greatest manufacturing and product design technologies in the industry. Executives are invited to discover methods of optimizing design for additive manufacturing, improving product development efficiency through data management, leveraging electrical design automation, and learning how design validation improves product quality. These solutions are sure to expedite manufacturing processes and make companies highly competitive.
“Our Design Excellence Forum will give end-users and executives alike a viewpoint of how today’s most innovative technologies are being used by manufacturers to compete in the global economy,” said Charlie Hess, CEO at Fisher/Unitech. “Manufacturing in the US is entering an exciting phase of world-wide competitiveness due to how we leverage these new engineering and manufacturing processes.”
The Design Excellence Forum is completely complimentary and all are welcomed to attend. Registration is required.