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Interactive CL3VER animations, straight from CAD data, future of marketing for robotics company

Published 15 July 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: animation, viz, render, cl3ver

The interactive 3D model allows users to get a ‘trade show experience’ through any internet browser

A robotics manufacturer has substituted its PDF brochures for 3D presentations direct from CAD data to boost its sales, according to CL3VER, the company that provides the platform for the interactive presentation.

To create the animation, the original CAD designs of Yaskawa Motoman’s robots in SolidWorks were exported natively into Autodesk 3ds Max and converted into polygons.

In 3ds Max big geometry parts were instanced and exported into CL3VER using a 3ds Max plug-in, reducing the final scene to a more manageable 40Mb, and allowing easy manoeuvrability online.

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New Internet of Things product family from PTC offers a ‘clearer pathway to interconnected world’

Published 14 July 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: ptc, systems engineering, iot, internet of things, integrity

Alstom is an early adopter of PTC Integrity

With momentum clearly behind it, PTC has announced new features within its PTC Integrity product family of software and systems engineering solutions for designing the smart, connected products of the future.

Capabilities that used to be implemented through a single engineering discipline, such as a mechanical brake, are now delivered through tightly coupled hardware and software that require close collaboration across disciplines, and it’s at this junction that Integrity is stepping in to the process.

Primarily, the Integrity product family offers a software and systems engineering approach, promising successful collaboration, automation and reuse across teams and disciplines to address challenges.

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Altair calls for simulation specialists to test out High-Performance Computing in the cloud

Published 14 July 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: simulation, cae, cloud, hpc, altair

Simulation specialists - apply with your project for the chance of a cloud-computing boost

Altair is on the look out for simulation specialists to take part in a High-Performance Computing Cloud Challenge utilizing Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Intel technologies.

The challenge is designed to give firms the opportunity to experience the power of CAE in the cloud as a viable, scalable option to accelerate product innovation, says Altair.

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EPLAN Experience looks to aid efficiency and optimisation in engineering projects

Published 13 July 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cae, eplan

EPLAN is looking to ensure users get the most from their CAE software

EPLAN is looking to ensure customers of its CAE systems are squeezing all the potential from them with its Experience product’s ‘action fields’ and involvement of qualified consultants.

Having carried out a survey that showed many companies aren’t taking full advantage of the capabilities of their CAE systems, EPLAN Experience looks to gives companies a way to utilise more of the available features.

Comprising of eight ‘action fields’ - modules that can be implemented separately or in almost any combination - Experience offers guidance for IT infrastructure, platform setup, codes and standards, product structure, design methods, workflow, process integration and project management.

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