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Performance so good, you won’t believe it’s so easy to use!
The Stratasys F123 3D Printer Series demands less knowledge and experience, while meeting even the most advanced rapid prototyping expectations and needs, helping to make it the perfect machine for the classroom. This Series excels at all stages of the design prototyping process, from draft-concept iterations – to complex design verification – to high-quality functional prototypes.
Enhanced 3D printing capabilities of the F123 series include:
- New user interface
- Remote print monitoring
- Built-in camera
- Auto calibration
- Improved software experience with GrabCAD Print
- Easy material change out
- Auto material changeover
Join PADT’s Application Engineer James Barker and Sales Executive Jeff Nichols for a webinar that will provide an in depth look at all three machines that make up the all new F123 3D Printer Series (F170, F270, & F370).
With simulation driven product design and development becoming the norm in the world of manufacturing, it has become increasingly relevant for companies to stay on the cutting edge in the search of the next best thing, in order to succeed in their respective industries.
Join PADT’s Co-Owner and Principal Engineer, Eric Miller for a live presentation on the benefits of ditching your current CAD-Embedded Software for state of the art ANSYS Simulation Solutions.
This webinar will dispel common misconceptions surrounding ANSYS Software, explain how to make the move away from CAD-Embedded tools, and present highly requested topics that ANSYS can provide solutions for, such as:
- Understanding fluid flow: accurate and fast CFD
- Real parts that exist in assemblies
- The importance of robust meshing
- Advanced capabilities and faster solvers
Introducing New PolyJet Material: Agilus30
PADT is excited to introduce the newest polyjet material available from Stratasys, Agilus30! Agilus30 is a superior Rubber-like PolyJet photopolymer family ideal for advanced design verification and rapid prototyping.
Get more durable, tear-resistant prototypes that can stand up to repeated flexing and bending. With a Shore A value of 30 in clear or black, Agilus30 accurately simulates the look, feel and function of Rubber-like products. 3D print rubber surrounds, overmolds, soft-touch coatings, living hinges, jigs and fixtures, wearables, grips and seals with improved surface texture.
Agilus30 has applications in a number of areas, including:
Tooling needing rubber-like characteristics
Want to know more about PolyJet’s toughest flexible material to date?
Join PADT’s 3D Printing Application Engineer James Barker along with Stratasys Materials Business Manager Ken Burns for a presentation on the various benefits and attributes that Agilus30 has to offer, which machines are compatible with it, and how companies are making use of it’s unique capabilities.
Fast, easy to use lightweighting for structural analysis is now only a few clicks away thanks to the introduction of Topology Optimization in ANSYS 18.
Engineers who use Finite Element Analysis (FEA) can reduce weight, materials, and cost without switching tools or environments. Along with this, Topology Optimization frees designers from constraints or preconceptions, helping to produce the best shape to fulfill their project’s requirements.
Topology Optimization also works hand-in-hand with Additive Manufacturing; a form of 3D printing where parts are designed, validated, and then produced by adding layers of material until the full piece is formed. Pairing the two simply allows users to carry out the trend of more efficient manufacturing through the entirety of their process.
Join PADT’s simulation support manager Ted Harris for a live presentation on the full
benefits of introducing Topology Optimization into your manufacturing process. This webinar will cover:
A brief introduction into the background of Topology Optimization and Additive Manufacturing, along with an overview of it’s capabilities
An explanation of the features available within this tool and a run through of it’s user interface and overall usage
An in-depth look at some of the intricacies involved with using the tool as well as the effectiveness of it’s design workflow
In support of the ANSYS Startup Program, PADT is proud to introduce the PADT Startup Spotlight.
We here at PADT are firm believers in the opinion that today’s startup companies are tomorrow’s industry leaders and thus should be give every possible opportunity to thrive and succeed.
As a result we are offering full access to our promotional capabilities in order to help startup companies developing physical prototypes to grow and develop in a competitive environment.
We will look through those startups that have purchased the ANSYS Startup Package through PADT, and select one to feature and promote, that we believe clearly represents the drive and entrepreneurial spirit that is key in order to succeed in today’s day and age.
Presenting the first Startup Spotlight:
Since their inception in 2014, Velox Motorsports has always been focused on speed; whether that be the speed of the NASCAR teams they have worked with or the desire their customers have for speed, which drives their competitiveness and fuels the demand for their products.
They even show a passion for speed in the company’s name (Velox), which translates from Latin to “swift or speed”.
Visit www.padtinc.com/startupspotlight for more information on Velox Motorsports and The PADT Startup Spotlight.
We here at PADT are proud to present the ease of use and productivity enhancements that have been added to ANSYS Mechanical in release 18.
With this new release, ANSYS Mechanical focuses on the introduction of a variety of improvements that help save the users time, such as smarter data organization and new hotkeys, along with additions that can help you to better visualize specific intricacies in your models.
Join PADT’s Simulation Support & Application Engineer Doug Oatis for an overview of the current user friendly interfaces within ANSYS Mechanical, along with the numerous additions in this new release that help to improve efficiency tenfold, such as:
- Hotkey Additions
- Box Geometry Creation Within Mechanical
- Free Standing Remote Points
- Improved Status Bar Information
- Pretension Beam Connection
- Solver Scratch Directory Specification
- Improved Probe Annotations
Register today to find out how you can use these enhancements to improve your throughput and stay ahead of the curve!
We look forward to seeing you there.
We here at PADT are excited to share with you the updates that ANSYS 18 brings to the table for AIM: The easy-to-use, upfront simulation tool for all design engineers.
ANSYS AIM is a single GUI, multiple physics tool with advanced ANSYS technology under the hood. It requires minimal training and is interoperable with a wide range of ANSYS simulation products.
Join PADT’s application engineer Tyler Smith as he covers the new features and capabilities available in this new release, including:
- Magnetic frequency response
- One-way FSI for shell structures
- Model transfer to Fluent
- One-way magnetic-thermal coupling
- and many more!
ANSYS AIM is a perfect tool for companies performing simulation with a CAD embedded tool, design engineers at companies using high end simulation, and even companies who have yet to take the plunge into the world of simulation.
Register for this webinar today and learn how you can take advantage of the easy-to-use, yet highly beneficial capabilities of ANSYS AIM.
PADT’s webinar covering Mechanical APDL & HPC available in ANSYS 18 will be going live tomorrow at 12:00 PM MST.
Don’t miss this opportunity, sign up today!
With the release of ANSYS 18 comes a plethora of new HPC product packages, each uniquely positioned at a competitive price to ensure that you receive the option that is right for you.
For more information, join us as PADT covers the specifics of the available licensing options, followed by a live Q & A session with simulation support manager Ted Harris.
By watching this webinar you will learn:
About the four main product packages available with ANSYS 18
What licensing options are available under each package
How price scaling works with ANSYS 18
The solving capabilities for each package and licensing option
We here at PADT are excited to share information on the next big release from Stratasys, the global leader in 3D printing, additive solutions, materials and services.
The name Stratasys has always been synonymous with top of the line machines that meet even the most advanced rapid prototyping needs, and excel at every stage of the design prototyping process.
This new release is no exception.
Keep an eye out for more information on February 6th.
Introducing the Release of ANSYS 18
Manufacturing is undergoing the most fundamental transformation since the introduction of the assembly line. Trends like the Internet of Things, additive manufacturing and machine learning are merging the physical and digital worlds, resulting in products that defy imagination.
Join the new CEO of ANSYS, Ajei Gopal, and visionary customers
Cummins, Nebia,Oticon, Metso, and GE Digital as they demonstrate the power of pervasive simulation, available in the release of ANSYS 18.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- How you can use digital exploration to quickly evaluate changes in design, reducing development costs and preventing late-stage design changes
- How digital prototyping enables you to provide insights into real-world product performance, test “what-if” scenarios and ensure optimal designs
- How simulation is moving downstream of the product life-cycle through the use of digital twins to increase efficiency and to decrease unplanned downtime
Stay tuned as we will be covering the new additions in ANSYS 18 over the next few months.
We here at PADT would like to remind you that our webinar covering the significance of simulation for startups is taking place soon!
From 12 pm – 1 pm MST
PADT’s Co-owner and Principal, Eric Miller, will be presenting on the various benefits that simulation software can provide for startup companies and entrepreneurs alike. By attending this webinar you will learn:
- The practical uses of simulation in product design
- How simulation has driven innovation
- Why simulation is the most effective tool for startups
- How simulation can reduce time to market as well as production costs
- And how you can take advantage of the discounts that the ANSYS Startup Program provides
While many startups tend to avoid using simulation due to cost or a lack of accessibility, this is a key aspect of the modern manufacturing process and should not be ignored.
As a partner in the Startup Program, you will gain instant access to ANSYS solutions so you can start building virtual prototypes of your new products. These virtual prototypes can be modified and tested with simulation hundreds of times in the same time it would take to build and test one physical prototype – saving you time and money as you work to perfect your product design. The partnership gives you access to the full portfolio of multiphysics simulation bundles, including the Structural and Fluids bundle and the Electromagnetics bundle.