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May 05, 2004

Free Seminar on COSMOSWorks Designer

TriMech Solutions has announced COSMOSWorks Designer, a new analysis application that gives designers and engineers sophisticated yet easy-to-use tools for increasing efficiency by validating or comparing designs early in the design cycle.  COSMOSWorks Designer is aimed at the growing number of engineers who find themselves performing dual roles of design and engineering.


In this free, half-day seminar, engineers will see how COSMOSWorks Designer can help them gain confidence in their designs by providing a second opinion against which to test their instincts or hand calculations. We invite you to be one of the first to see COSMOSWorks Designer.


* Are you involved in engineering aspects in addition to design?

* Do you do hand calculations to check against functional specs of your designs?

* Do you find yourself in constant need for a second opinion to verify your intuition or hand calculations?

* Do you have to compare different design alternatives from a functional aspect?

* Do you do physical testing of your designs?

If you’re an engineer or a design team member, then this event is for you.

Pre-registration is required.

Seating is limited, so reserve your spot today!


Wednesday, May 19, 2004
9:00 am - 11:30 am
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
TriMech Solutions Durham office
2314 South Miami Blvd suite 152
Durham, NC 27703

Thursday, May 20, 2004
9:00 am - 11:30 am
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
TriMech Solutions Charlotte Office
8401 University Executive Park Dr. Suite 119
Charlotte, NC 28262

For more information or to register, contact either Joe Lopke at (704)503-6644 x 15 or Michelle Nagel at (310) 207-2800 x 1837


* 100% of engineers who use COSMOS as part of their design cycle report an increase in productivity.

* 67% report an improvement in product quality.

* 59% report fewer product field failures.

* 56% report reduction in physical prototypes.

(Source - MIT Sloan School of Management Report "Productivity and Return on Investment from COSMOS Finite Element Analysis Software")


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