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Marking the expansion of 3D modeling software to all engineers

  • 3D Printed Bridge

    Robots will soon be 3D printing a steel bridge in Amsterdam.

    The pedestrian bridge’s exact location is set to be announced later this year, but it is rumored to be right in the center of the city, crossing over the waters of one of Amsterdam’s canals. 

    This is a major milestone in the world of engineering because the bridge will be printed onsite in mid-air. Up until now, 3D printing was typically done inside machines, one layer at a time.  The ability to print such a complex, functional, and beautiful structure wherever desired opens the door to endless possibilities and ...

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  • Introducing ANSYS AIM for Multiphysics

    Richard Clegg is a Director of Software Development at ANSYS, Inc., and the Program Director for AIM. He is responsible for the overall AIM product roadmap, development, and quality. Richard has over 25 years of experience in the use and development of simulation software across multiple physics disciplines (20 years with ANSYS). Read more of Richard's post on the ANSYS blog. This post is a repeat of an ANSYS blot post in April 2015.

    ANSYS 16.0 delivers the first integrated and comprehensive multiphysics simulation environment designed for all engineers. This environment is called ANSYS AIM and it is ...

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  • SpaceClaim Success Story: 4D RD&D and Constraint Free Design

    In 2011, Waylan Elmenhurst had been a heavy equipment and fabrication technician for decades and always found himself interested in concept design. He had an idea for a product that he could design himself and, as a new father, wanted to explore a career that allowed him to work in a less dangerous environment and spend more time at home.

    With his inventions providing the motivation to dive into concept design, he tried several software options through trials, but found SpaceClaim was the easiest to learn and did everything he needed at a price that allowed him to start his ...

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