Tag: manufacturing

Solving the Geometry Problem: Simulation-Driven Design

Over the years, computer-aided design (CAD) system geometry has evolved…from wireframes to surfaces to solids, and parametric to direct. Simulation, however, remains stuck using the same old beam, shell or simplified-solids paradigm invented more than 50 years ago. As CAD … Read More

5 Ways to Optimize Your Design

Have you ever felt like your design was overweight or unnecessarily exceeded its structural requirements? This could mean you are using excessive material which can directly affects the overall cost. Or has your single part been patched up with structural … Read More

5 Reasons to Modernize Your Product Development Processes NOW!

It’s exciting to read about the latest advances in product design and manufacturing technology. From generative design offering automated lightweighting possibilities, to 3D printing creating previously impossible shapes, and the Internet of Things (IoT) connecting millions of devices across the … Read More

Simulation-Driven Design and Manufacturing

“Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.”  – Henry Ford (July 30, 1863 – April 7, 1947)  Today, when I see a white car on the road, I can hardly tell what the exact color … Read More