March 25th 7am PST/10am EST/4pm CET.

Are you designing, analyzing or manufacturing additive manufactured (AM) components? Are you using automated structural optimization methods to improve the performance of AM components?

You are invited to our free webinar, Discover How MSC Apex Gen Design is Used to Optimize Additive Manufactured Components, where we showcase the latest CAE technology available to streamline and automate the optimization process of AM components. During this free 45-minute session, designers and engineers will be aware of the latest methods and tools available to improve the performance of AM components while minimizing the costs associated with developing and manufacturing AM components.

Benefits of Attending:

  • Learn how modern CAE technology is used to automate the AM component optimization process
  • Understand how to quickly create and conduct optimization studies
  • Leverage a highly fluent CAD to CAD workflow with integrated NURBS retransition for generated results
  • Generate designs tailored for AM without dedicated technology know-how
  • Reduce routine work for optimizations and increase efficiency and creativity

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MSC Apex Generative Design for Additive Manufactured Component Optimization Webinar
March 25th 7am PST/10am EST/4pm CET

With additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, engineers have greater opportunities to design and manufacture high performance components and assemblies, but engineers face new technical challenges.

You are invited to attend our free webinar, Discover How MSC Apex Gen Design is Used to Optimize Additive Manufactured Components, where you will uncover, in detail, modern CAE technology to streamline and automate the optimization of AM components. Specifically, this event highlights the use of MSC Apex Generative Design and other MSC solutions to optimize AM components.

This webinar also includes a demonstration of an optimization process for an AM part.

When: March 25th

Time: 7am PST/10am EST/4pm CET

Duration: 45 minutes with live Q&A

Presented by: Mazin Kaju, Business Developer Manager & Engineer, MSC Software a Hexagon Company

Moderated by: James Pura, Product Marketing Manager, MSC Software a Hexagon Company

Traditional engineering workflows to develop additive manufactured (AM) components have their shortcomings and sometimes are characterized by the following challenges:

  • Traditional optimization workflows require multiple tools, extensive configuration and are time consuming to use
  • Traditional optimization workflows require extensive training and expertise, consequently making the benefits of optimization impractical
  • Additive manufacturing is highly complex and costly, consequently making traditional optimization solutions ineffective

Benefits of Attending:

  • Learn how modern CAE technology is used to automate the AM component optimization process
  • Understand how to quickly create and conduct optimization studies
  • Leverage a highly fluent CAD to CAD workflow with integrated NURBS retransition for generated results
  • Generate designs tailored for AM without dedicated technology know-how
  • Reduce routine work for optimizations and increase efficiency and creativity

Who Should Attend?

  • Design engineers
  • Designers
  • Simulation experts
  • Additive manufacturing users

About The Presenter

Mazin Kaju, Business Developer Manager & Engineer, MSC Software a Hexagon Company

Working out of Michigan office; Mazin specializes in Apex Generative Design. With a strong background in sheet metal forming, Injection molds and Blow molding.

Prior to joining MSC Software, Apex Generative Design, Mazin worked at Forming Technologies as Sales Engineer concentrating in FEA Incremental analysis. Mazin is also an Adjunct professor at Macomb Community College since 1996 specializing in CAD/CAM, study areas include Cimatron solid & surface modeling, MasterCam drafting and 2d CNC programming, manual G&M Code programming. Mazin holds a BS in Industrial Technology and Management from Ferris State University. When he’s not at work or school, you will likely find Mazin coaching Varsity soccer at Sterling Heights high School. He also enjoys playing outdoor sports, and spending time with family.

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