Get the most out of your investment! Join complimentary engineering webinars that are relevant, timely, and help you leverage your technology investments. Each webinar is 30 min with live Q&A by the presenter, a GoEngineer product specialist.
UPCOMING ENGINEERING WEBINARS:
In these free introductory sessions to online training with GoEngineer, you can interact with a certified instructor & ask questions as they walk through a few SOLIDWORKS design examples. Get a feel for what online training with GoEngineer is like to make sure it’s the right fit for you before you purchase the full course.
Join us to better understand how to become a CSWA – Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate and take the practice exam and final exam for free.
Altair offers a comprehensive combined electromagnetic field and cable solution using the Multiconductor Transmission Line (MTL) method, as well as a hybrid solution combining MTL with Method of Moments (MoM+MTL), to solve the EMC/EMI problems involving cables.
This webinar covers the cable analysis solution from Altair with a detailed overview of the methodology with examples.
Join GoEngineer to get more education on SOLIDWORKS latest product. During this time of uncertainty, now is the perfect opportunity to educate yourself on what a focused ERP system for manufacturing can bring to your business. Learn how the Sales, Planning, Production, and Shipping can work in a seamless environment and allow for exact inventory control, just in time raw material purchasing, and real time visibility into product.
Ever wonder why an assembly “suddenly” opens with a broken reference? Have you ever had the wrong file open from an unexpected location? In this session, we’ll explain the lesser-known search routines SOLIDWORKS uses every time you open a file. No more guessing, no more doubt.
Attendees of this webinar will learn:
The lesser-known search routines of every File > open operation.
How to redirect multiple broken references.
Best practices to reduce broken file references.
Watch a putter design go from sketches to a final manufactured product! In this webinar, we’ll discuss putter design theory, build up multiple designs for production, analyze them in kinematic motion analysis and then take the best design to physical testing.
Tune into this webinar if:
• You are interested in learning the capabilities of SOLIDWORKS
• You are new to SOLIDWORKS & looking for designing best practices
• You are interested in design
CAM is only for CNC programmers, right? Well, not entirely – it can also serve as a Design for Manufacture (DFM) educational tool.
In this webinar we’ll explain why every engineer and designer should take advantage of the free SOLIDWORKS CAM add-in. No machining experience necessary!
This webinar will be an introduction to surfacing and how to help it augment your Solid modeling. We’ll cover when to use Surfacing as well as how to get started incorporating this tool kit in your designs.
This webinar will include:
• An introduction to the building blocks required to begin surface modeling.
• Demonstrations of techniques to use surfaces in solid models
• A walk through of how a complicated model can be easily made using surfacing.
Come learn about Sheet Metal & Weldments functionality in SOLIDWORKS. Whether you are a new or seasoned user, we will be covering various aspects of these functions both basic and advanced.
Sheet Metal: We will be discussing basic concepts of how to create a sheet metal part progressing through to a flat pattern DXF that can be sent out to be cut. We’ll also cover some of the more advanced functionality for Sheet Metal for those who might be using it today, but may not know what else can be done.
Weldments: Learn about multi-bodies and their place in design & engineering. From structural profiles to drawings with cutlists, we will dig into the weldments functionality and give you a working knowledge of what can be done.
ON DEMAND WEBINARS:
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