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KETIV Virtual Academy comes at you every Thursday with the latest in design and manufacturing technology. Learn what’s new in software, get technical tips and training, and engage with experts who use this stuff every day.

Upcoming Virtual Academy Sessions:

10:00am Pacific

Inventor project file configurations

In this live session hosted by Mario Sobalvarro, Application Engineer at KETIV, we’ll explore the best practices for configuring Inventor project files. This session will cover the following topics, along with a live Q&…

Benefits of the KETIV Virtual Academy

Stay Updated
Stay up-to-date with the latest releases, processes and industry advances, while building your skills.
Curated Topics
Carefully chosen topics help you understand and adopt the most relevant product design and manufacturing software.
Consistent and Reliable
Free 30-45 minute sessions are delivered every single week to ensure on-going learning, at your convenience.
Get Connected
KVA’s live learning format allows you to share knowledge and collaborate amongst a like-minded community.

Recently Recorded Sessions:

The Special Sauce to Inventor Model States

Join us for an enlightening session as we dive into the intriguing world of Inventor Model States, the “Special Sauce” that can elevate your design processes to new heights. Despite being available for two releases, …
Published: September 21, 2023

Navigating Blocks in AutoCAD’s Next-Gen Workflow

Join us for an insightful webinar as we explore the innovative approach to managing and inserting blocks in the latest version of AutoCAD. Discover the ‘new’ way that streamlines your workflow and enhances efficiency when …
Published: September 14, 2023

RF/Dielectric Heating Simulations using ANSYS HFSS and Icepak

In this session, we demonstrate how to model RF/dielectric heating losses using HFSS software by Ansys, and how to couple these losses into Ansys Icepak to determine temperature of your RF and microwave components.
Published: September 7, 2023