Reducing CAE modeling times is the need of the day, and the design teams are under tremendous pressure as manufacturers are trying to get newer products to the market faster. With the latest in MeshWorks 8, there are an impressive set of tools which work together with your existing tools and processes to reduce CAE modeling time drastically. With DEP MeshWorks, you get a single integrated pre-post processor, essentially eliminating the need of shuffling across multiple software, which can save you upto 30% of your time.

This webinar focuses on a pain point for many- plastics and will cover how you MeshWorks can help you save time and effort.

Topics that will be covered in this webinar:

  • Mid plane meshing for plastics- Learn through live demonstrations about unique meshing methods for complex plastic parts involving ribs and specialized features such as heat stakes, dog houses, bosses, etc. Typical components demonstrated would be door trim, IP substrate, floor console, pillar trims beside fascia, grills, head lamps and thin walled castings. You will see tools that help with tasks such as automatic thickness assignment and rib insertion for plastic parts. You can also view the utility of tasks like mesh stitching options for plastic attachments via live demos.
  • Auto parameterization- See how the meshed models become automatically parametric, enabling fast design iterations & Design of Experiment (DOE) studies. View MeshWorks capabilities as a comprehensive parameterization engine addressing several categories of parameters such as shape, gage, material, design features etc.
  • Automatic die face correction for warpage– Learn how the CAD Morphing technology in MeshWorks can automatically update the tooling CAD to compensate for part warpage as predicted by simulation from software like Moldflow.

How does MeshWorks 8 differ from the current tools available?

Process using other tools Process using DEP MeshWorks
Mid plane meshing for plastics Time taken = x Manual effort= more Time taken = 1/2 x Manual effort= less
Thickness assignment Limited Excellent
Feature insertion in plastic parts None Excellent
Auto parameterization for plastic part features None Excellent
Address manufacturing feasibility None Excellent

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