Machine designers are challenged every day when building frames for their machines. They spend valuable time with a tedious design process that where it is difficult to get the work done in an efficient manner. In addition to the design challenge, there is the issue of making sure the correct information is communicated to the shop floor to welding and manufacturing. Come and see how you can reduce your time for completion for frame design by 50%.
Join Kris Kasprzak and Scott Felber from Siemens Digital Industries Software as they show you how NX Structure Designer is the right tool for anyone who does frame design.
What webinar attendees learn
- How to keep up with customer demand
- Ensure that moving parts do not collide
- Right-size the material
- Accelerate the manufacturing process
- Eliminate drawings from the shop floor.
How to quickly construct a frame design
See how using best-in-class tools allows you to quickly design a frame, assign standard parts to your design and be able to make design changes in minutes.
How to validate your frame design
Validate that you do not any collisions. Right size the material by not over-designing the members. Using the digital twin you can be confident in your design before you start building the physical model.
Complete shop floor information for frame design
Combining the ability to assign the welding information to your frame and being able to easily get that information out to the shop floor will eliminate the errors that occur due to incomplete or hard-to-consumer documentation.
Meet the presenters
Meet the speakers
Kris Kasprzak is a high-energy professional with over 25 years of experience in engineering, CAD development, and marketing. He’s held a variety of positions within Siemens from pre-sales, partner management, product management and is currently a product manager for ship building software. Before joining the company, Kris worked in the industry as design engineer developing commercial products, gaining experience in engineering, and manufacturing and automating design processes. Kris holds a BSME from the University of South Florida, and an MBA from Auburn University. Kris enjoys photography, volleyball and spending time with his wife and daughter.
Scott’s main task is to help customers and prospects identify value around use of Siemens software products with a main focus on NX for design and how that integrates into their processes. He also can discuss the use of NX data in the upstream and downstream process to bring the value digital twin to life. He works with customers and prospects to help them build a plan to transform their business and processes by identifying non value activities and ways to eliminate them.