SIMULIA Multiphysics Platform
We invite you to learn about physics-based simulation applications that help companies accelerate the evaluation and optimization of product performance, reliability, and safety—before committing to costly and time-consuming physical prototypes.
We are currently offering discounts up to 60% to help you take advantage of the broader Multiphysics Simulation applications to enhance your product development processes.
Take advantage of this limited time offer ending on December 31, 2020.
Adaptive Corporation was recently named a Platinum Partner in Dassault Systèmes Value Solutions channel for 2019. The Platinum Partner designation is reserved for Partners that are highly engaged in Dassault Systèmes’ business and identified as best-in-class performers in the 3DS ecosystem. The award is based on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), which measure expertise in sales performance and efficiency, strategic alignment, and commitment.
Adaptive is now offering a course in CATIA v5 NC Programming. In this course, you will learn the different methods of capturing, storing and reusing NC programming knowledge. Attendees will learn: Create Machining Process Organize Processes in Catalogs Create Machining Templates Publish NC geometry for use in part families Add and use Knowledgeware checks Create […]
We partnered with Metallum3D to publish one of their technical papers on advanced microwave sintering technologies for sinter-based metal manufacturing. Metallum3D wanted to take on the challenge to improving conventional sintering processes for metal manufacturing. Conventional sintering processes have slow heating rates, long sintering times, high energy consumption and high equipment costs. Metallum3D’s patent-pending microwave […]
In recent years, 3D printers have become streamlined, user-friendly devices useful for anything from prototyping to tooling, and with advancements in materials and production, they can also be valuable resources for production parts. The Metal X features a new kind of metal printing and end-to-end software tracking, making it the simplest way to manufacture metal parts.