Fastway Autodesk Inventor FEA Training

Optimize your Designs with Nastran In-CAD

Next Class: December 2-5, 2019

Location: mHUB Chicago

To succeed in the competitive global marketplace, manufacturers are pushed to come up with more feature-rich designs that are launched in to production in an impossibly short amount of time.

For many Designers and Engineers, this means using Autodesk Inventor to build perfect CAD models of the best design which meets performance and reliability targets. The prototyping and testing can cost thousands of dollars.

Nastran In-CAD is an embedded Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software that allows you to virtually test your design without having to spend time and money on creating a prototype, testing it, breaking it, and repeating.

We are offering our Intro to Structural FEA in Nastran In-CAD class for Inventor users who want to Become a Better Designer.

At the end of this 4-day Structural FEA class you will be able to:

  • Virtually Test your design, quickly and accurately.
  • Optimize Your Design by analyzing dozens of iterations automatically.
  • Design Higher Performing Products which are both lighter and stiffer.
  • Gain Confidence in your analyses
  • Spend Less Time Troubleshooting errors, by learning the best practices.
  • Discuss ways to Validate and Verify your model by correlating simulation results to test data.
  • Learn more about Non-Linear FEA Applications

Want more info?

Check out our Nastran In-CAD Training Curriculum.

Want to chat? Call us at 312-620-9891


About Fastway Engineering

Fastway Engineering provides in-demand CAD/CAE consulting services and world-class CAD/CAE training to the aerospace and defense, automotive, manufacturing and automation, medical and electronics industries.

About The Instructor

Jim Shaw has over 15 years of engineering experience, and is a leading expert in the application of CAD, FEA, and CFD. As a consultant and a trainer, Jim has raised the bottom line of dozens of companies and enriched the careers and capacities of hundreds of students.