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Jim Swain

CP9884: From Art to Part—Plastic Part Design with Product Design Suite

(Duration 01:33:26)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover how to use multibody tools and derived parts in product design
  • Learn how to set up Simulation DFM to monitor plastic part design
  • Discover how to use Showcase to present designs and alternatives to decision makers
  • Learn how to use Inventor software's new 3D print environment to set up part creation

Description

Description

Do you need to take a concept and make it a reality? Does that reality include injection-molded parts? Do you need to get your design reviewed and approved quickly? If the answer to even 2 out of 3 of these questions is "yes," you should attend this class. We will also look at answers to these questions, and at an even more important question: How can we make changes on an overall assembly's shape while still developing individual piece details? To do this we will explore workflows within Product Design Suite software and add a dash of Simulation DFM software for good measure.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Designers and engineers working with injection molded plastic components.

Speakers

Speakers

Jim Swain

Jim Swain has over 25 years of engineering and CAD experience, including working in the consumer electronics and automotive industries as a design engineer, a test engineer, and a CAD administrator. For the last 18 years he has been a project manager, solutions engineer, and trainer with Synergis Technologies, LLC, an Autodesk Reseller in Pennsylvania. He has also taught college-level design classes in plastics design. Jim is an AutoCAD and Inventor Certified Professional.

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Tags

Published

  • 2015
  • CP9884
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Inventor
  • Showcase
  • Simulation DFM

Industries

  • Consumer Products
  • General Manufacturing

Topics

  • Small Business Design to Manufacturing