solidThinking Inspire is easy to learn and works with your CAD tool. It helps you design structural parts right the first time, reducing costs, development time, material consumption, and product weight. Traditional structural simulations allow engineers to check if a design will support the required loads. Inspire generates new material layouts within a package space using the loads as an input.
Generate concepts which meet structural performance requirements at the beginning of the design cycle. This results in significant time savings over the traditional approach of design, validate, redesign to meet structural requirements.
Inspire makes it easy to perform “what-if” scenarios where package space, connections, load conditions, and shape controls can be modified. Reviewing the resulting concepts often reveals valuable insights.
Inspire makes efficient use of material, only placing it where required to satisfy structural performance requirements. Reduced design weight leads to material cost savings, performance improvements and reduced shipping costs.
3D printing and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) are now common tools engineers use to conceptualize designs. This 45 minute webcast will investigate how 3D printing and simulation technologies have traditionally worked together and where they are going.
During this interactive workshop with data management experts you will learn how to avoid setbacks and come out on top when migrating from SOLIDWORKS PDM Workgroup to your new PDM environment. Whether you are moving to SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard or Professional, this workshop will give you valuable insights. You will take back to your office an actionable plan.