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Events: solidThinking Inspire webinars demonstrate Mass Reduction in Product Design

New solidThinking Inspire webinars show product design engineers how to dramatically reduce mass and weight in their new products

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solidThinking, Inc., the developer of the namesake computer-aided industrial design (CAID) software, has upcoming online seminars aimed at helping design engineers generate dramatically lighter concepts with minimal stress.

solidThinking Inspire includes innovative Morphogenesis technology that radically re-invisions products and structures using bio-micry and nature in structural design. This leads to innovate shape options plus much reduced weight and mass, saving companies on materials, shipping and inventory costs. Not to mention being more environmentally responsible.

[see also, Architosh, “Product In-Depth: solidThinking Evolve 9.5’s Modeling Prowess,” 2 Sep 2013.]

Webinar Details – Free

There are two dates for the same webinar and two different times each date. On 27 Feb 2014, there is a session at 9:00 AM EST and 2:00 PM EST.

On the second date, 4 March 2014, there are sessions at 9:00 AM EST and again at 2:00 PM EST. To register click on the links.

01 - solidThinking Inspire is a leading CAID software tool that leverages unique Morphogensis technology to help reduce mass and weight in product design, making product development more environmentally sustainable.

01 – solidThinking Inspire is a leading CAID software tool that leverages unique Morphogensis technology to help reduce mass and weight in product design, making product development more environmentally sustainable.

 

Architosh Analysis

We are pleased to see this company doing more outreach to the CAID and product design community, especially with their focus on Morphogenesis technology. Many observers may feel that Morphogenesis is just about unique forms that mimic nature, but the bigger picture should be aimed at realizing reduced mass and weight in engineered industrial products. For “green” industrial and product designers, getting familiar with the technology and processes that help you make lighter and smaller products is a must.

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