FREE WEBINAR: Generative Design in the Hot Seat - Dispelling the Myths of Generative Design

In this webinar, you'll gain a better understanding of how to incorporate generative design into your processes.

In this webinar, you'll gain a better understanding of how to incorporate generative design into your processes.

DATE: Tuesday, March 31, 2020
TIME: 2:00 PM ET/ 11 AM PT

As a new and emerging discipline, generative design still invites misunderstandings and misapplications. In this Hot Seat episode moderated by DE editor Kenneth Wong, panelist Brian Frank from Autodesk will discuss how and when to apply generative design within your engineering processes.

What you will learn:

  • How to identify the right projects for generative design;
  • How to align manufacturing methods with generative design;
  • How to use cost as a parameter.

The presentation will be followed by a LIVE Q&A.

To register, click here.

 

 

 

 

Speakers:

Brian M. Frank, Senior Product Line Manager, Autodesk

Kenneth Wong, Senior Editor, Digital Engineering

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