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Don’t Be Too Busy To Improve

It takes an enormous effort to successfully introduce a disruptive technology to a busy workflow. Is the problem that engineers don’t think they need the new software, or are they just too stuck in their ways—or too busy—to change their workflow in order to incorporate it?

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Live from CAASE: Simulation Helps NuStep Improve Component Design

Caelynx helped NuStep improve its cross trainer design using FEA to design a cast part. The next step is 3D metal printing.

By combining two of the results in order to achieve targeted displacement and inertia goals, NuStep was able to come up with an optimal design that reduced weight and ensured the machine would steel operate comfortably for users.

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Different Paths Toward Democratization

You can take your pick of revolutionary technologies changing the world today. In the field of design engineering, technologies like simulation, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, additive manufacturing and sensor-laden, connected products are just a few with society-altering promise.

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Simulation Focus: CAASE Preview

CAASE

The CAASE18 (Conference on Advancing Analysis and Simulation in Engineering) kicking off June 5-7 on the south shore of Lake Erie in Cleveland, OH plans to take the engineering analysis community by storm. The event is expected to play host to potentially 500 attendees from nearly 250 companies while delivering a wealth of educational opportunities covering all facets of engineering analysis and simulation.

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