Composites-focused webinar to cover component design considerations
Teton Simulation Software to host webinar on how to tackle critical component design considerations when using composite materials.
Teton Simulation Software (Laramie, WY, US) will host a complimentary composite materials design webinar titled “5 Common Composite Design Oversights — And How to Avoid Them” on Feb. 12 from 9-10 a.m. MST. The webinar will be co-presented by Rick Dalgarno, director of Analysis Services, Teton Simulation Software and Mark Bishop, owner of Waterfront Composite Solutions (Crownsville, MD, US).
The first presentation in a series, the webinar will cover how to tackle critical component design considerations when using composite materials. The discussion will focus on the most commonly overlooked areas in designing composite structures and how to effectively avoid them early in the process. Mr. Dalgarno and Mr. Bishop will share methods to reduce design iterations and leverage the full potential of advanced materials.
For more information or to register visit tetonsim.com.
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