Siemens announces the latest version of Simcenter 3D, its flagship environment for multi-disciplinary computer-aided engineering (CAE), with new comprehensive solutions across multiple simulation disciplines. Simcenter 3D is an advanced stand-alone CAE application for analysts and discipline experts that works with data from any CAD source. Because it is built on the Siemens NXTM platform, it also works seamlessly with NX CAD. With more enhancements than any previous release, Simcenter 3D, part of Siemens’s Simcenter portfolio of simulation and test solutions for predictive engineering analytics, looks to revolutionize how simulation engineers can help drive design direction in industries such as automotive, aerospace and industrial machinery.
ModuleWorks, one of the leading suppliers of CAD/CAM software components for machining and simulation, and ZEISS, an internationally leading technology enterprise operating in the fields of optics and optoelectronics, are developing a solution that combines conventional CAM and the requirements of ultra-precision machining in a single CAD/CAM system.
SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2017 delivers new enhancements, together with improved performance, productivity and quality. SOLIDWORKS’ goal is to help users set up, solve and interrogate their simulation results faster, easier and in a robust manner. Today a wide range of users involved in product development can leverage SOLIDWORKS Simulation to make better, safer and more competitive products. From the occasional user to the full-time Simulation guru, all users will see improvements in SOLIDWORKS Simulation in 2017.
The swift evolution of Edgecam Workflow is highlighted with over 50 new and enhanced aspects of functionality in the latest release.Waveform turning, multiple machining sequence support, ribbon bar and interface updates, and the inclusion of Wire EDM mean that Edgecam 2015 R1, from Vero Software, continues to be a game changer in ensuring UK manufacturers…