Driving Design Engineering Productivity and Innovation with the Cloud: A Case Study


Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour

The recent shift to remote work has underscored some of the frustrations of traditional CAD systems: version control issues, crashes, design delays etc. As the need to innovate quickly to better respond to market and customer needs is now more critical than ever, engineers seek to fix these inefficiencies.

In this webinar, you’ll learn why teams are switching to cloud-native CAD and collaboration solutions to boost productivity and improve time-to-market. Adam Lebovitz, Engineering Program Manager at Formlabs will share how his team uses Onshape to enable design innovation and reduce development cycles.

Manish Yashvant
Global Alliance Manager
Industrial Software Partners

Manish has 25 years of experience in Industrial Software for product development, manufacturing operations and service processes, and leveraging technologies such as CAD, PLM, IOT, AR and Cloud services. His areas of focus are strategic partnerships, business development, GTM strategy, sales / channel development, and executive engagement.

Mike LaFleche
Channel Technical Services Manager

Mike LaFleche is the Channel Technical Services Manager at Onshape (PTC). A fixture in the 3D CAD community, Mike previously worked for multiple SOLIDWORKS Value Added Resellers in training and sales. He has also worked for companies in the "real world" in mechanical and electrical design positions utilizing a myriad of CAD systems. In his spare time, Mike enjoys live music, searching for natural waterfalls (versus the artificial ones), visiting historic industrial locations and playing the Doumbek, a Middle-Eastern drum.

Adam Lebovitz
Mechanical Engineer

Adam Lebovitz joined Formlabs in 2013. He is currently the Engineering Program Manager for the Form Wash L and Form Cure L Stereolithography (SLA) post-processing machines. He previously worked in manufacturing and test engineering on the Form 1+ and Form 2 desktop SLA 3D printers. He worked on laser systems and optomechanical design for the Fuse 1 Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 3D printer, and he led the mechanical design of the Fuse Sift SLS powder processing station. He has a Master’s in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor’s in Physics from Denison University.
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