KM to host session on how good design tools lead to great designs

Konica Minolta Australia will be hosting an in-person session on 22 November, from 3pm to 5.30pm, on how good design tools lead to great designs.

The event, which will take place at the Konica Minolta Queensland showroom on Level 9, 100 Skyring Terrace Newstead QLD 4006, will address topics such as how to produce cost-effective prototypes and end use parts efficiently with AI and machine learning design tools.

Guest speakers Esfandyar Kouhi, national manager at Central Innovation and Cameron Beech, regional manager for 3D & Robotics at Konica Minolta will run the session, focusing on how computer aided design tools like AI and machine learning can lead to better outcomes in part design.

Dr. Kouhi has been A/NZ national sales manager and member of Technical Simulation specialist group at Central Innovation since April 2013. He has 28 years of experience in engineering, manufacturing, CAD/CAM/CAE/PLM products and services alongside experience in design and development.

Dr. Kouhi currently works at Central Innovation the parent company of both the Intercad and GRAPHISOFT Australia that sources, builds and advises on world-class design process solutions to the manufacturing, architecture, engineering and construction industries.

Beech has been working in 3D Equipment sales for more than seven years with Konica Minolta and other engineering organisations to realise the benefits of additive manufacturing, in various industries including defence, aerospace, healthcare, engineering and manufacturing.

He has worked in the production printing solutions and software space for over 15 years and is now focused on offering a full range of 3D and robotics systems.

“Jump on board as we explore the life cycle of a part from using design thinking principles, to AI and creating the perfect part. Learn how to produce cost-effective prototypes, through to end-use parts that are ready for the production line,” Konica Minolta Australia said.

Click here to register.

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