August Newsletter
ME'scope ODS and Modal Hands-on Training
Our most popular hands-on ME'scope ODS and Modal Analysis course is back,  September 18-20th . Join us at the Vibrant Headquarters for this 3-day hands-on training seminar in Centennial, Colorado just outside of Denver.
This course was designed to be an alternative to a typical computer software course, in that a more fundamental approach is taken with respect to Modal and Operating Deflection Shape (ODS) analysis.  We concentrate on Fundamental Relationships, Simple Guidelines and emphasize underlying concepts with Numerous Case Histories and Visual Animations. We believe that to be effective, the analyst needs to Understand the Motion!
In addition, the Software Training portion of the course is built around a Detailed Project Workbook (The ME'scope Workbook).  Each Workbook project is presented as a step-by-step series of instructions using the ME'scopeVES software. The various skill level exercises will acquaint the new or novice user with the many functions of the software.  

Course Date: September 18-20th 2018
Course Tuition: $1,695.00
Included: Project Workbook, 30-day ME'scope Trial License
Instructor: Dan Ambre, president of Full Spectrum Diagnostics, and Vibrant staff.
Laptop PC computers are required.
Software Maintenance and Support
Need additional training on ME'scope?
 If you are current on ME'scope Software Maintenance and Support (SMS) you can view all of the ME'scope training videos for free. ME'scope support, training videos, software enhancements, bug fixes, and documentation are all available, but you have to be current on SMS. Contact  or your local reseller to get a quote for SMS. Renew today!
ME'scope Application Notes
Every month we review one of the ME'scope Application Notes. This month its all about Model Building, App Note 7A: Creating a Mass-Spring-Damper Model

In ME’scope, a graphical 3D model is needed in order to display shapes in animation. This model can be created using the drawing tools in the Structure (STR) window. The structure model is usually much easier to construct by using several Sub-structures, each Substructure representing a portion of the structure. Click the red box below for the full app note.

Next month we will look at App Note 7B: Modal Analysis of a Mass-Spring-Damper Model
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