Design for Manufacturability Using SolidWorks
Sponsored by Design Engine


When: October 18th, 2018, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
4043 N. Ravenswood Avenue, Suite 30
Chicago, IL 606136
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Description:

Design for Manufacturability Using SolidWorks

Design Engine is hosting our AfterBurn networking event with a discussion in our Chicago studio.  Join us Thursday, October 18th from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM at 4043 N. Ravenswood Avenue, Suite 301, Chicago, IL 60613. Food and beverages will be provided. Doors open at 5:00 PM once class wraps up for the day.

Please RSVP to scott (at) designengine.com. (While RSVPs are encouraged, we will always welcome last-minute attendees!) 

THEME: 

“Design for Manufacturability Using SolidWorks”

AFTERBURN is a series of after-work presentations with friends (and beer). These events are a great way to decompress from work, network with others in your field and learn a thing or two!  All are welcome!  

In a competitive market where products need to be produced faster, with a higher and consistent quality at a lower cost, it’s important to streamline the workflow. SOLIDWORKS consolidates tools into a single environment, effectively eliminating the errors and intelligence gaps that often come with data translation between departments. SOLIDWORKS Design-to-Manufacturing Solution, concept to final assembly work can now happen concurrently, in one seamlessly integrated and managed system.

Design Engine will be discussing top-down design and surfacing, as it relates to plastic, die cast and sheet metal part design. Explore the part design requirements imposed on the designer by the fabrication process, and learn how to manage your data and processes.

  Food and beverages will be provided
Provided by Design Engine.

Doors open at 5:00 PM.

Please RSVP to scott (at) designengine.com

Additioanl Details at:
 
http://design-engine.com/afterburn-design-for-manufacturability-using-solidworks/



 



 


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