Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in this new CAD survey. Have you migrated from 2D to 3D? Switched from one 3D CAD tool for another? Have you considered getting even more from your 3D models with model based design? Or have you stuck with the same approach? Do you work with multi-CAD data?
Does your company excel at meeting and managing product requirements? If not, this webinar will help you develop better requirements management practices. During this on-demand webinar, Tech-Clarity’s Michelle Boucher and Anshuman Prakash from Siemens share perspectives on better requirements management. They also provide advice to make the process easier. During the webinar, you will learn:
How do leading companies improve the quality of their plastic parts? What steps do moldmakers take to reduce the length of mold trials? If your company designs or produces plastic parts or molds, please share your experience. We are conducting new research on the design of plastic parts and molds and common challenges manufacturers face. We are
How do leading companies empower their engineers to become even better design engineers? Please share your experience. We are conducting new research on engineering and design, examining the impact of late changes vs. early changes. What do engineers do when they are not 100% confident in a design decision? Can simulation help? If you already
If you are in the medical device industry, are you prepared for the EU MDR? In this on-demand webcast, Tech-Clarity’s Michelle Boucher interviews Caroline Byrd, regulatory expert at Abbott, about the steps Abbott has taken to prepare product data for EU MDR compliance. They discuss: Significant changes between the MDD and MDR How to prioritize
How can you strengthen your engineering team with new hires who have the required engineering skills to quickly become productive members of the team? Hear from Tech-Clarity’s Michelle Boucher and Dora Smith, Senior Director of Siemens PLM’s Global Academic Program, as they discuss the required skills for new engineering graduates to be successful on today’s