SOLIDWORKS is a widely used CAD software in the engineering and design industries. While the software is known for its efficiency and ease of use, users may still encounter issues that require troubleshooting. In this blog post, I will highlight some of the most common SOLIDWORKS issues that our customers face and provide solutions to
Markforged Simulation is a new 3D print simulation software that offers a fast and automated way to validate your parts before you print them. It does this directly in your Eiger workflow and works with all Markforged composite 3D printers. Say goodbye to irritating iterations and hello to pristine parts. If you work with 3D
PLM Group’s partner Markforged announced the release of new Simulation features for its additive manufacturing software. Simulation is available as a free trial until April 2023, and the company expects to make the feature accessible through a paid subscription thereafter. Incorporating 3D printing into tooling and end-use applications requires confidence in part strength. By replacing
Generative design and 3D printing are buzzwords that everyone has come across in the past years. No wonder, as they has the potential to disrupt the way we manufacture things and spark innovation. Read this article to learn: What generative design is How generative design works The benefits of generative design Examples of using generative
Did you know that it is really easy to get SOLIDWORKS Simulation up and running? After you have bought the license there are just few steps to go through. STEP 1 – Simulation License Setup Just like a SOLIDWORKS licence, Simulation license can be either standalone or network (SNL). If you have bought a Standalone
As a product designer you must take many factors into consideration when designing your product. Not only do you need to get the right design ready fast in order to minimize the delays and cost overruns associated with late-cycle performance and manufacturability issues. Designers also increasingly face the challenges of better understanding design behaviour and
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.