The other day Stian was asked “how high a frequency does it take to break a wineglass?”, and he didn’t have an answer, but this question piqued the curiosity. So, with some colleagues we turned to SOLIDWORKS Simulation and took a closer look at the different tools they provide to see if one of them could help us find out just how high the sound had to be to break the glass.
DyeMansion is now launching the next generation of their Powershot C and S systems, designed to simplify ease of use and other optimizations…
For the first time, aerospace company Saab and 3D printing consortium AMEXCI has successfully conducted a trial of an exterior 3D printed part on the fighter jet Gripen. The purpose of the trial is to…
In an exciting and engaging day at work it is easy to forget the nice warm cup of coffee that you “just” poured. And quite often we’ve had to pour out half full cups, because the coffee has got too cold.
How does your product respond to being dropped from a given height? And why should you even consider this? A drop test can help you ensure that your design remains sustainable by giving you enough information to consider improvements in your design.
Half a million. That’s how many that have certified their knowledge through SOLIDWORKS certification program. The number was confirmed on February 8, 2021 – which is a milestone for the software developer Dassault Systèmes and their partners.
PLM Group partner and 3D printer developer Markforged has released their Blacksmith software for Markforged X7 printers. The software is designed to improve print use and quality, making sure parts are accurate every time. Blacksmith connects part design, production and inspection with the ability to learn through artificial intelligence (AI). As Blacksmith leverages federated learning
What happens when you overstrain your design? Does it bend, break or shatter? Durability is a key point when designing sustainable products. Find out why and get insights on how SOLIDWORKS Simulation can help you make better and more sustainable designs – all you need to do is keep reading. It’s nice to be in
The Danish start-up company Lifeline Robotics has a vision to improve global health. To do so, they have designed a mobile medical device which performs swab tests. With the ongoing pandemic, time is of the essence. Lifeline Robotics needed an effective PDM-system, which allowed them to comply with regulation, manage product development and bring the
In many ways you can measure the growth of an industry by the number of educational programs. Take the 3D printing industry, for example. In Sweden alone, there are now at least four two-year long vocational trainings and two upcoming university programs specializing in additive manufacturing. At Campus Värnamo, in the South of Sweden, known