LIVE WEBINAR

HOW TO CREATE COLLABORATIVE WORKFLOWS
FOR MEDICAL DEVICES

SEPTEMBER 28, 2021 | 11AM PT/1 PM CT
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DESIGN, SIMULATE, COMMUNICATE, CONTROL

When creating designs for the medical industry, collaboration is critical and the process needs to be concise, controlled and simple.
In this packed one hour session, we will be showcasing how the SOLIDWORKS ecosystem nurtures your designs from data management to finite element analysis and full assembly documentation.
Discover how a cohesive environment and improved internal process control leads to better product quality and customer adoption.

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?

Learn how to manage your design data with SOLIDWORKS PDM
Stand out from the competition with attractive, accurate product documentation

See how associativity across tools can reduce rework

YOUR EVENT HOSTS

SCOTT WOODS

Product Manager, CATIA, 3DEXPERIENCE
Scott Woods has over 20 years of SOLIDWORKS experience and holds degrees in both Technical and Visual Communications. Scott frequently develops educational videos for his products and is also a regular presenter, trainer, and consultant. If he isn’t making tech-tip videos demonstrating unique solutions to daily struggles, Scott’s more often than not tending to his honeybees or perfecting his photography.
ANDY RAMMER
Enterprise Solutions Product Specialist
As a Technical Account Manager and degreed Mechanical Engineer, Andy works with Hawk Ridge Systems' largest customers along the West Coast and in the Midwest. He received his Elite Applications Engineer in 2018, the highest recognized technical achievement in the reseller channel. He has 5 years industry experience using SOLIDWORKS, Simulation & Motion to design high speed automated packaging machinery.

TERENCE WOO

SIMULIA Product Manager
Terence has extensive experience with the wide range of SOLIDWORKS and SIMULIA analysis tools and has helped our customers solve problems across many industries. He is located at our office in Vancouver, British Columbia, and when he isn’t working on simulation models, he spends his free time skiing, golfing, rock-climbing, and playing hockey.