Tata Technologies Showcases Additive Manufacturing, Online Training at Autodesk University 2014

In-house application engineer expert to give AU attendees an inside look at 3D techniques and capabilities

Novi, Mich. October 30, 2014


Join Tata Technologies, premier Autodesk Gold Partner, at Autodesk University 2014 for three days of learning, innovation, certification, and networking. This unique experience will provide design and engineering professionals from across the US and the world with advanced training, greater understanding of new products and technologies, and access to leading industry experts to sharpen their skills. Tata Technologies will be demonstrating how through the use of Autodesk Digital Prototyping Solutions, professionals can achieve advanced additive manufacturing techniques and procedures. Streamlining the product development process from start to finish, Autodesk Digital Prototyping Solutions eliminate the barriers between the user and innovation.

Tata Technologies Application Engineer Drew Tucker will lead a course on additive manufacturing at AU 2014 on Wednesday December 3, from 4:30-5:30 p.m. An expert in plastics manufacturing and rapid prototyping, Tucker will highlight this manufacturing process to offer a deeper understanding of current 3D printing techniques, capabilities and limitations of the technology.

Other exciting presentations at this year's AU 2014 include a compelling keynote address by Autodesk CEO Carl Bass and Autodesk CTO Jeff Kowalski. The keynote will highlight today's most compelling trends in design and technology, and explore how new mindsets, skillsets, and toolsets are changing the way customers imagine, design, and create; ushering in a new era of making.

AU 2014 will take place at the Mandalay Bay Expo Center in Las Vegas NV from December 2-4, 2014. To learn about the Tata Technologies "Training Done Intelligently Different" online training program, and how its experts are driving manufacturing and design industries forward, visit the Tata Technologies i GET IT Online Training Team at booth #244, located in the AU Exhibitor Hall.

Autodesk University 2014 Registration Information:
When: December 2-4, 2014
Where: Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV
How: Register online
Cost: $2,175 per attendee

Tata Technologies is an industry-recognized leader in specialized simulation training and mentoring for industrial and manufacturing customers of any size across the US. By leveraging 3D digital prototyping simulation, Tata Technologies enables all industries to significantly improve their product design efforts. The company's simulation experts skillfully mentor and train customers to improve their product development cycles and design quality, while requiring fewer physical prototypes.

About Tata Technologies
Tata Technologies, founded in 1989, is a global leader in Engineering Services and Product Development IT services to the global manufacturing industry; enabling ambitious manufacturing companies to design and build better products.

Tata Technologies is a company of innovators, specialists in the design engineering space, who apply cutting-edge technology to provide a competitive advantage to customers in the manufacturing sector. The company is a strategic partner for developing complete vehicles (VPD group), engineering subsystems and components (E&D), managing the NPI process and collaborative engineering (PLM), and tying together information created and used throughout the extended manufacturing enterprise (ESG).

Tata Technologies is headquartered in Singapore, with regional headquarters offices in the United States (Novi, Michigan), India (Pune) and the UK (Coventry). The company has a combined global work force of more than 6,500 employees serving clients worldwide from facilities in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. web.tatatechnologies.com

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