SPE and Autodesk®, Inc., Team Up on New Member Benefit for Students and Educators
NEWTOWN, CT, USA, OCTOBER 6, 2011—The Society of Plastics Engineers and Autodeskâ, Inc., have teamed up to provide a new learning and career development tool to students and educators.
Now, SPE members who are either students or educators have free access to some of the leading engineering design and simulation software and support in the field. Together with Autodeskâ, Inc., SPE now offers eligible members free downloads of the latest professional versions of:
- Autodesk Inventor Professional 2012
- Autodesk Moldflow Adviser 2012
- Autodesk Simulation Multiphysics 2012
In addition, eligible SPE members gain full access to the Autodesk Education Community, an online resource of training and support materials, including in-product tutorials, videos, wiki-learning forums, classroom training, international user groups, and other learning tools. Current SPE members who are students and educators will also have complete access to Autodesk’s SIM Squad—a team of world-class experts in CFD, FEA, and plastics injection molding simulation.
Autodeskâ is a world leader in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software. More than 10 million professionals in 185 countries use Autodesk products to save time and money, gain competitive advantage, and change the way ideas are brought to life.
These free Autodesk resources are available only to students and educators who are current paid members of the Society of Plastics Engineers. Students and educators can download the appropriate licenses for use on personal computers for learning and education purposes only.