PLM Group is joining forces with Dutch AM automation specialist AM-Flow. The focus for the companies is to investigate the need for automated postprocessing among companies that are already using 3D printing as part of their manufacturing line.
For over a century success of manufacturing companies has been driven by product-related technological advancements and production line optimization. New process-related technologies are altering the path to success at an accelerated pace. Companies are moving into a new game they are not used to playing.
Nekkar is working to minimize environmental impacts with an innovative closed fish cage. Using SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation allows them to reduce costs while improving quality. Read the story below and learn how the company is working to revolutionize the aquaculture industry.
OMotion is a growing company with a passion for unique, electric vehicles. In the summer of 2021, the plan is to launch a special vehicle in 20 copies on the market. To make this dream come true, the company recently completed its first year of SOLIDWORKS for Start-ups program, which made it possible to save both time and money.
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.
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.
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.
The phenomenon is called buckling, and it occurs when construction collapses and loses its load-bearing capacity. We were curious and did some virtual testing around the topic to see what really happens.