Mechanical Dynamics' Management to Present at AeA MicroCap Financial Conference April 9-11 in Monterey, Calif.

Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from Mechanical Dynamics, Inc.

    ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Michael E. Korybalski, chairman
 and CEO, and Dave Peralta, vice president and CFO, of Mechanical Dynamics,
 Inc. (Nasdaq:   MDII) will present at the AeA MicroCap Financial Conference
 April 9-11 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Monterey, Calif.
     Based on AeA's industry-recognized Classic Financial Conference, the
 MicroCap conference showcases up to 100 growth technology companies with
 market caps up to $200 million.  Participating companies present a six-minute
 overview of their business in a morning general session, and then give longer,
 more detailed presentations throughout the afternoon in breakout sessions.
     Founded in 1977, Mechanical Dynamics pioneered the field of mechanical
 system simulation.  The company's market-leading ADAMS(R) software allows
 engineering teams to build and test functional virtual prototypes of complex
 mechanical designs, realistically simulating the full-motion behavior of these
 systems on their computers.  In 2000, Mechanical Dynamics reported $46.6
 million in revenue, an increase of 16% over 1999 and nearly four times the
 industry growth rate.  The company's products are the de facto standard in the
 automotive industry, and lead the market in aerospace, rail, and general
 machinery.  Building on industry partnerships, strategic acquisitions, a
 strong product pipeline, and a dedicated team worldwide, Mechanical Dynamics
 has established itself as the global leader in functional virtual prototyping.
     Information about Mechanical Dynamics can be obtained by writing to the
 company at 2300 Traverwood Drive, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105.  Phone:
 734-994-3800.  Fax: 734-994-6418.  E-mail: info@adams.com .  Online:
 http://www.adams.com .
 
     ADAMS and the Mechanical Dynamics logo are registered trademarks of
 Mechanical Dynamics, Inc.  All other company, brand, or product names are or
 may be trademarks of their respective holders.
 
 

SOURCE Mechanical Dynamics, Inc.
    ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Michael E. Korybalski, chairman
 and CEO, and Dave Peralta, vice president and CFO, of Mechanical Dynamics,
 Inc. (Nasdaq:   MDII) will present at the AeA MicroCap Financial Conference
 April 9-11 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Monterey, Calif.
     Based on AeA's industry-recognized Classic Financial Conference, the
 MicroCap conference showcases up to 100 growth technology companies with
 market caps up to $200 million.  Participating companies present a six-minute
 overview of their business in a morning general session, and then give longer,
 more detailed presentations throughout the afternoon in breakout sessions.
     Founded in 1977, Mechanical Dynamics pioneered the field of mechanical
 system simulation.  The company's market-leading ADAMS(R) software allows
 engineering teams to build and test functional virtual prototypes of complex
 mechanical designs, realistically simulating the full-motion behavior of these
 systems on their computers.  In 2000, Mechanical Dynamics reported $46.6
 million in revenue, an increase of 16% over 1999 and nearly four times the
 industry growth rate.  The company's products are the de facto standard in the
 automotive industry, and lead the market in aerospace, rail, and general
 machinery.  Building on industry partnerships, strategic acquisitions, a
 strong product pipeline, and a dedicated team worldwide, Mechanical Dynamics
 has established itself as the global leader in functional virtual prototyping.
     Information about Mechanical Dynamics can be obtained by writing to the
 company at 2300 Traverwood Drive, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105.  Phone:
 734-994-3800.  Fax: 734-994-6418.  E-mail: info@adams.com .  Online:
 http://www.adams.com .
 
     ADAMS and the Mechanical Dynamics logo are registered trademarks of
 Mechanical Dynamics, Inc.  All other company, brand, or product names are or
 may be trademarks of their respective holders.
 
 SOURCE  Mechanical Dynamics, Inc.

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