Composites provide new solutions for manufacturers looking for stronger, lighter and more cost-effective materials.
At the same time, they pose new modeling and manufacturing challenges because of the nature of the materials. With the right simulation tools, designers can account for residual stresses, predict performance, analyze reliability and potential failures, optimize construction, and export accurate information to manufacturing, all before a physical prototype is built.
Join PADT’s Application/Support Engineer and materials Expert Doug Oatis to learn more about updates made to the composites, materials and scripting capabilities in Ansys 2021 R1.
Taking risks attempting to capture design intent at the end of the process requires a lot of post-processing (coloring, assemblies, a mix of technologies, etc.) – when it’s too time-consuming, expensive, and late to make changes or correct errors. Stratasys PolyJet 3D printing technology is developed to elevate designs by realizing ideas more quickly and more accurately and taking color 3D Printing to the next level.
By putting realistic models in a designer’s hands earlier in the process, companies can promote better decisions and a superior final product. Now, with the Stratasys J8 Series, the same is true for prototypes. This tried and tested technology simplifies the entire design process, streamlining workflows so you can spend more time on what matters –creating, refining, and designing the best product possible.
PADT is excited to introduce the new Stratasys J826 3D printer
Based on J850 technology, the J826 supplies the same end-to-end solution for the design process and ultra-realistic simulation at a lower price point.
Better communicate design intent and drive more confident results with prototypes that realistically portray an array of design alternatives.
The Stratasys J826 3D Printer is able to deliver realism, shorter time to market, and streamlined application thanks to a variety of unique attributes that set it apart from most other Polyjet printers:
- High Quality – The J826 can accurately print smaller features at a layer thickness of 14µm to 27µm. As part of the J8 series of printers it is also capable of printing in ultra-realistic Pantone validated colors.
- Speed & Productivity – Three printing speed modes (high speed, high quality & high mix) allows the J826 to always operate at the most efficient speed for each print. It can also avoid unnecessary down-time associate with material changeovers thanks to it’s built-in material cabinet and workstation.
- Easy to Use – A smooth workflow with the J826 comes from simple integration with the CAD format of your choice, as well as a removable tray for easy clean up, and automated support creation and removal.
Are you ready to learn how the new Stratasys J826 provides the same quality and accuracy as other J8 series printers at a lower cost?
Provide the requested information via the form linked below and one of PADT’s additive experts will reach out to share more on what makes this new offering so exciting for the enterprise design world.
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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.