During the additive post-processing phase of design, most steps need to be carried out manually in order to clean the printed product. Enter PostProcess Technologies, the company that helps you automate and standardize the post-processing procedure. Chad Jackson gives us insight into how their software performs during the last stages of additive design.
nCode: Automating Simulation and Test for Durability and Fatigue Prediction
nCode by HBM Prenscia is a platform that helps engineers conduct durability analysis and predict fatigue failure. Chad Jackson reviews and provides insight on this solution in today’s video.
Anark: What is it? What’s the value?
Anark software has taken #MBD and created a way for it to be shared, edited, and published easily. Chad Jackson takes us through how it compares to older processes of sharing and MBD.
OpenBOM: Whats It Do? Whats the Value?
In this video, Chad Jackson gives some insight into what OpenBOM can do and the value it can deliver. Watch for more details.
SOLIDWORKS CAM: Generating Toolpaths from MBD PMI
SOLIDWORKS supports a Model-Based Enterprise effort in a number of ways. One important one is automating machining. In this video, we offer an overview of how SOLIDWORKS reads semantic PMI to automatically create sets of NC toolpaths.
Unity for Product Development: Real Value or Just a Game?
Unity is often associated with gaming, but it provides a surprising number of advanced capabilities for product development. Chad Jackson gives us an in-depth review of the prospects and applications on this platform.
Wincom: What is it? What’s the value?
Most companies are going to customize PLM to some extent. The question becomes how do you manage and update that customization when you upgrade to new releases of your PLM system. Wincom provides a cloud solution to manage customizations for PTC Windchill that’s unique. Watch an overview by Chad Jackson in the video.
Cross-Probing with NX, Capital, and Xpedition
Not long ago, Siemens PLM Software and Mentor Graphics announced integrations between NX, their Mechanical CAD application, Capital, their harness design ECAD application, and Xpedition, their board design ECAD application. There’s an infrequently cited capability there called interactive highlighting or cross-probing. In this video, Chad Jackson provides an overview of what it is and why it is important.