Live Webinar - Model-Based Definition and Product Design: What It Means For You Now - Oct 24, 2pm ET
Model-based definition (MBD) lies at the heart of the model-based enterprise (MBE). That means all the non-geometric information for downstream processes must be contained in the model in a clear, semantic, and unambiguous way.

Where do you start and how do you get there?

During this expert-led webinar you will learn:
  • Learn about the role of MBD plays in the model-based enterprise
  • See solutions for reliable, compliant GD&T (a must-have for MBD)

About the Speakers:
Michael Fridman, Product Manager for MBD & Detailing joined PTC in 2018. Mr. Fridman is responsible for understanding customer’s needs & market trends in his area in order to convert them to requirements which will be implemented into Creo products. Prior to joining PTC, Mr. Fridman worked in various roles, such as CAD application engineer for ISCAR and as Mechanical designer for H.D Engineering. Mr. Fridman attended the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology in Israel, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and master’s degree in MBA.

Stephen Werst, Director of Customer Success & Product Strategy for Sigmetrix, has over 25 years of experience in product design for dimensional variation and product management. His earlier work at Texas Instruments and Raytheon Systems as a mechanical engineer in the Tolerancing Center for Excellence laid the technical foundation for his expertise in the fields of variation analysis, GD&T, and Design for Six Sigma. His later work at Hewlett Packard as a software Product Manager established skills he uses today to help companies understand both the technical and business benefits achieved by the software Sigmetrix provides: CETOL 6σ, EZtol, GD&T Advisor, and Tolerance Analysis Extension.

PDH Certificates will be provided to all registrants that attend the live webinar for a minimum 30 minutes. Certificates will be sent by email within 72 hours after completion.

Your attendance at this webinar is sponsored by PTC. To sign up, please complete the form on this page.