on-demand webinar

Motion simulation for designers

See how NX Motion seamlessly integrates design, engineering and manufacturing

Estimated Watching Time: 60 minutes


Woman using a touch screen monitor to design a product

When you hear the word "designer," what springs to mind? Is it the realm of fashionable handbags, sleek graphics, or manufactured products? The scope of design is vast, and within our community of designers, engineers, managers, and manufacturing experts, the first thoughts diverge widely. Today, we invite you to a virtual session on a tool that unifies and transforms the design process.

In this webinar, we will explore motion simulation capabilities offered by Siemens Software's NX Motion, a tool that seamlessly integrates design, engineering, and manufacturing. Break free from traditional silos and discover a toolset that empowers you to create preliminary designs, iterate efficiently, and validate effectively.


  • Preliminary Design: Motion studies, assemblies, and animated mockups with Animation Designer
  • Efficient Iterations: Address interferences, transition to NX Motion, and PLC programming with Mechatronics Concept Designer
  • Further Validation: Refine designs, reduce development time, and expect better product quality.

Don't miss the on-demand demos, where we'll showcase Animation Designer for concept prototyping, interference checking, and dynamic simulations. Learn how Siemens NX Motion is redefining design possibilities. Register now for the webinar today!

Meet the speaker

Siemens Digital Industries

Daniel Blosser

Solution Consultant

Daniel Blosser graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 2022 and immediately joined Siemens full time after participating in the Genesis program. He is now a solution consultant for the Mechanical 3D solutions Center of Excellence (COE) Team – covering solutions in NVH, electromagnetics, and motion and durability domains – for which he also completed 5 internship rotations throughout college. His interests outside of the office include board games, music, carpentry, and rock climbing.

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