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The Key to Solving Your Biggest Aerospace Challenges & Achieving Your Sustainability Goals
Making and designing the safest, lightest spaceships with ZERO physical prototypes
Aerospace

An All-Virtual Approach to Evaluate and Correct Perceived Surface Defects
A discussion with Ing. Arthur Camanho, Smart Manufacturing Director, ESI Group
Automotive

Space, the Next Frontier
Anticipate and address manufacturing process-related issues early
Aerospace, Virtual Reality

Empower Automakers to Engineer and Manufacture Multi-Material Assemblies with Confidence
Virtual Prototyping represents an end-to-end approach for early validation of material and design choices, manufacturing and assembly process strategy, with significant benefits over the complete body development cycle.
Automotive

Combating Springback with Virtual Prototyping Makes Cutting-Edge Materials Possible for Kirchhoff Polska
New, lighter materials not only bring about great advances and better products, but also new problems. Read on to see how Kirchhoff Polska transformed their die design and forming process with simulation.
Automotive

Control Distortion in Your Body in White Assemblies
Shorten your time to market and minimize manufacturing planning, tryouts, and fabrication validation costs with welding & assembly simulation
Automotive

Get Mouse Ears Off Your Car Body
Mouse ears, ogees, esses, stingers… all distortions of fractions of a millimeter that can result in a stamped panel or even an entire vehicle being rejected. Don’t let that happen to you. Save both time and money by discovering how you can predict these anomalies before they occur.
Automotive, Virtual Reality

How Do the World’s Largest Flags Actually Fly?
Flags are designed to display a message.
Automotive, Digital Transformation

Optimizing Energy Consumption in Electric Vehicles
Energy demand is set to increase with the use of electric vehicles. Manufacturers need to optimize energy consumption in their vehicles to reduce the impact on energy supplies. One way is to decrease overall weight by reducing body and trim mass. Hervé Motte at ARRK - a company specializing in Prototyping, Tooling and Low Volume Production - explains how, by taking a different approach, they achieved 30% mass saving. How did they do it?
Automotive