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Sujan CooperStandard Achieves Lighweighting & Performance Targets with Altair

Sujan CooperStandard uses solidThinking Inspire, OptiStruct and HyperMesh to design a torsional vibration damper that meets NVH criteria, optimize bracket and various mount designs.

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An Interview with Ben Farmer of Robot Bike Co. Discussing the Development of their R160 Bike with Altair

Robot Bike Company (RBC) is a new startup established in the UK by aerospace engineers and mountain biking enthusiasts who identified the potential of combining additive manufacturing technologies with carbon fiber to, in their own words, “create the best bike frames possible”. To deliver a customizable, lightweight, high strength bike, RBC’s frame was intended to be created from carbon fiber, a material very common in the industry. The carbon fiber tubes, as well as the bike’s other components and systems were to be joined by additively manufactured titanium ‘nodes’, manufactured based on the specification of individual riders. Altair ProductDesign’s engineering team was tasked with optimizing these joints, which included the head tube, seat post and chain stay lugs, to ensure they were as lightweight as possible and still able to withstand the forces of downhill mountain bike riding, all while being fit for the AM process.

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3D Printing for Innovative Mold Making Combined with Simulation Driven Design Inspiration Push the Limits for High Performance Castings

Bringing design optimization, fatigue analysis, casting, and 3D printing together addresses the challenges of lightweight design and enables the creation of an innovative design and manufacturing process that enhances performance and efficiency.

Renishaw presents the first 3D printed metal bike based on solidThinking Inspire results

Renishaw's Product Marketing Engineer David Ewing is talking about the use of solidThinking Inspire for the first bike ever built with additive manufacturing and how optimization technology is essential to additive manufacturing.

What's New in Inspire 2015: Fit Operation

Automatically create solid geometries from generated concept shapes using the fit operation.

Establishing Simulation-Driven Design at Scania

Mikael Thellner from Scania Trucks talks about improved design processes thanks to solidThinking Inspire. Designers can evaluate their products in earlier stages due to the ability to do analyses themselves.

What's New in Inspire 2014: Geometry Simplification

Clean up and defeature problem areas in the geometry, remove imprints, rounds, fillets, holes and pockets Plug holes and pockets or create patches and bridges.

What's New in Inspire 2015: Fasteners

Connect parts using bolts or screws for more realistic outputs.

What's New in Inspire 2015: User Interface

Explore interface updates in Inspire 2015.

What's New in Inspire 2015: G Loads

Apply G Loads in an existing or new load case to create more realistic outputs.

What's New in Inspire 2015: Joints

Connect parts using pins or sliding pins for more realistic outputs.

HyperWorks 12.0 Rollout Webinar Series Ideate and Explore (solidThinking Inspire and Evolve)



Designing Efficient Structures with solidThinking Inspire Webinar

If you design structural parts and/or are challenged with reducing the weight of your designs, solidThinking Inspire can help. This is is a recording of the live webinar hosted on Wednesday, March 28, 2012

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