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Get immediate feedback on your design’s performance and rapidly make adjustments

Out-of-the-box, CAD-embedded simulation packages can quickly be installed and are accessible right from within your CAD environment.  As a result, these simulation tools are easy for design engineers to learn and use so that they can get immediate feedback on performance and then quickly revise their designs without ever having to leave the CAD environment.  

Ultimately, simulation-driven design within the CAD environment gives a designer quick, qualitative feedback about the performance of their design so that they can make rapid geometry changes and iterations before delivering the part for detailed analyses by the CAE team.

Out-of-the-box CAD-embedded Simulation

Out-of-the-box, CAD-embedded simulation packages can quickly be installed and are accessible right from within your CAD environment.  As a result, these simulation tools are easy for design engineers to learn and use so that they can get immediate feedback on performance and then quickly revise their designs without ever having to leave the CAD environment.  

Ultimately, simulation-driven design within the CAD environment gives a designer quick, qualitative feedback about the performance of their design so that they can make rapid geometry changes and iterations before delivering the part for detailed analyses by the CAE team.

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Simulation-driven Design: Improving productivity with fast and accessible simulation for the design engineer

Webinar on out-of-the-box, CAD-integrated simulation

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