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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 … Continue reading
Remember the good old days of having to peruse through hundreds and thousands of lines of text in multiple files to see ANSYS license usage information? Trying to hit Ctrl+F and search for license names. Well those days were only … Continue reading
With each release of ANSYS the customization toolkit continues to evolve and grow. Recently I developed what I would categorize as a decent sized ACT extension. My purpose in this post is to highlight a few of the techniques and … Continue reading
You kids don’t know how good you have it with automatic contact creation in Mechanical. Back in my day, I’d have to use the contact wizard in MAPDL or show off my mastery of the ESURF command to define contacts … Continue reading
Finally! One of the most common questions we get from our customers who use Solidworks is “Why can’t I transfer my materials from Solidworks? I have to type in the values all over again every time.” Unfortunately, until now, ANSYS … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
There were some changes in ANSYS SpaceClaim to the very useful tool that lets you create a surface patch on scan or STL data at 18.0. In this video we show how to create corner points for a surface patch … Continue reading
We put this simple how-to together for users to speed up the process on getting your Remote Solve Manager client up and running on Microsoft Windows 2012 R2 HPC. Download the step-by-step slides here: padt-ansys-18-RSM-client-setup-win2012r2HPC.pdf You might also be interested … Continue reading
If you are an ANSYS RSM (Remote Solve Manager) user, you’ll find some changes in version 18.0. Most of the changes, which are improvements to the installation and configuration process, are under the hood from a user standpoint. One key … Continue reading
We have great customers. The kind of cusomers that call up and ask “Hey, what do you think about having a Tesla test drive event for PADt employees” Duh. Yes. Please provide contact information. Then we thought this was an … Continue reading
It’s all the rage. “Big Data!” fixes everything. There is a lot of hype around the value of knowing so much about so many things. The problem is very few people have figured out what to do with that data. … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
PADT Named ANSYS North American Channel Partner of the Year and Becomes an ANSYS Certified Elite Channel Partner
The ANSYS Sales Team at PADT was honored last week when we were recognized four times at the recent kickoff meeting for the ANSYS North American Sales orginization. The most humbling of those trips up to the stage was when PADT was … Continue reading
We here at PADT would like to remind you that our webinar covering the significance of simulation for startups is taking place soon! Join us: Wednesday January 25, 2017 From 12 pm – 1 pm MST PADT’s Co-owner and Principal, … Continue reading