On-demand Webinar:

MeshWorks tool set for plastic part modelling – Mid plane Mesh

Several industry verticals including automotive and others mobility sectors do use plastic parts. In the scenario of light weighting, more miles per gallon and also lesser emissions – plastic parts have shown their advantage and are here to stay from automotive industry perspective. In other industries like biomedical 3D printing / additive manufacturing of PLA (Polylactic Acid) has led to new possibilities in bio friendly products. From the environment perspective the problem posed by increasing use of plastic parts is quite well understood and acknowledged by industry. Design and Engineering teams are looking at design of plastic parts considering recycling and also design with recycled materials. The economics though favor virgin plastic parts than recycled plastics at present time, what is in store down the line is open for us to shape.

Ability of plastic parts to be shaped into complex geometries and with growing needs for mass customization, needless to say the underlying fast to market drive, engineers dealing with plastic parts need, fast modeling tools that help virtually validate performance. Adding on top of it they are looking for quick model editing tools that can help tune the performance of plastic parts.

This webinar focuses on Mesh Modeling and Assembly tools in MeshWorks that will help build plastic mesh models for systems / sub systems from automotive, aerospace, bio medical and consumer goods domains. Demonstrations would cover time savers to model and assemble door trim, seat trim, face mask / respirator and dryer.

Topics that will be covered in this webinar:

  • Automotive Door Trim – Live demonstrations about how to create best in class models using MeshWorks in short time besides the use of parametric FE model.
  • Seat Trim – Examples of how to use MeshWorks for aircraft interiors.
  • Face Mask / Respirator – Mesh model creation and its application of morphing to customize face mask.
  • Dryer – Learn how to use MeshWorks for everyday use products like Dryer.

How does MeshWorks 2020 differ from the current tools available?

  Process using other tools Process using DEP MeshWorks
Automotive Door Trim and Seat Trim Limited Efficient
Face Mask / Respirator Limited Efficient
Dryer Limited Efficient

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