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28 Oct 2020

CATIA v5 NC Programming Course Available

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 and use KWA Parameter for NC

Participant Background:

    • Experiences V5 NC Programmers

Prerequisites:

    • CATIA V5 Fundamentals
    • CATIA V5 NC Fundamentals
    • CATIA V5 PMG, SMG or AMG (equivalent) license
    • Hands-on V5 NC Programming Experience

Schedule & Resources:

    • 12-hours virtual class taught in either two 6-hour or three 4-hours sessions
    • Virtual GoToMeeting will allow instructors and students to screen share
    • Course manual (PDF), CATIA files, and CATSettings provided
    • Files include Tool Catalogs for class

Click LEARN MORE below to see a Video Demo: Preparing your data migration from CATIA V5 Machining to 3DEXPERIENCE, as well as other supporting materials for this class.


Download the Class Syllabus here

 
Contact Kurt Jauert for more information.
28 Aug 2020

COExperience 2020 Virtual Technifair September 14-16th

Adaptive is a proud sponsor of the upcoming COExperience Virtual Technifair on September 14th – 16th. We will have a virtual booth during the event. 

COExperience is the premier Dassault Systèmes user-focused conference where attendees can:

  • Assess products and technologies close-up to evaluate their relative applicability for emerging needs around PLM
  • Connect directly with 3DEXPERIENCE experts at Adaptive who have successfully deployed DS solutions for our customers
  • Learn about other Adaptive offerings that support 3DEXPERIENCE include 3D Scanning and 3D Printing for a total Additive Manufacturing solution

About the Exhibit

Exhibit hours will be held after the lunch break from 1 – 2 pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of the event.

Stay tuned as Adaptive will be holding exclusive presentations during those hours, more details to be announced later with registration links.

Download the Program Grid here. Updates are being made daily.

Discounted Registration

Adaptive customers can register at a discounted rate of $345! 

Use this code: ADCC20

 

 

28 Aug 2020

White Paper: 5 Levels of Security in 3DEXPERIENCE Cloud

The ever-growing interest in Software as a service (SaaS) has necessitated a new paradigm in requirements for Cloud Security, since customer information is transferred, processed, and stored outside the customers’ usual environment, emphasis must be placed on securing this information. The 3DEXPERIENCE platform offers a cloud version of its software to enable engineering teams to collaborate and innovate from anywhere in the world.

We have put security at the heart of our online business experience platform development and deployment in order to ensure several well-controlled layers of security, with a particular emphasis on Security in Depth.

Discover the 5 levels of Security in Depth that is critical to how we protect your
most valuable asset:  Your Business Data!
 

Learn more about the 3DEXPERIENCE Cloud security methodology and the methodologies and techniques used to mitigate security risks.

Learn more about 3DEXPERIENCE on the Cloud:

3DEXPERIENCE ON THE CLOUD

3DEXPERIENCE On the Cloud Video Series

21 Aug 2020

Webinar: 5 Ways to Ensure Business Continuity for CATIA V5 Users

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR:
5 Ways to Ensure Business Continuity for CATIA V5 User 
 
Preserve your V5 engineering environment while ensuring your business continuity by connecting to the 3DEXPERIENCE platform on the cloud.
 

Adaptive and Dassault Systèmes wants to help you and your company react to and anticipate any disruption. As a CATIA V5 user you can continue to work from the safety of your home:

  • By connecting legacy data to actionable cloud-based content through communities and collaborative web-based applications on 3DEXPERIENCE® platform.
  • By performing your daily job in CATIA V5, accessing your data on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform directly from your CATIA V5 environment. Designing your parts in the context of your full product, you can share and review your designs with your connected team through the 3DEXPERIENCE platform.

Webinar Agenda:

  • Navigate challenges faced by CATIA V5 users when working from home.
  • 5 ways CATIA V5 users will maintain business continuity, continue collaborating and become more productive by connecting to the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform on the cloud.
  • Demonstration of the full power of CATIA V5 on the cloud. We will take you through the process of creating personal protective masks, from first connection to the platform, to part design and simulation, to team collaboration and 3D printing the finished product.

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18 Aug 2020

Designing Smart, Safe, and Connected Electric Vehicles

The quest for designing the optimal electric vehicle that is smart, safe, and connected and delivers a customized user experience is setting new standards in automotive benchmarks.  The challenge is that many need to turn to new approaches in the engineering design process to design. validate, and deliver an intelligent vehicle experience.  This requires new thinking and processes, along with a convergence of old approaches, and redefining performance and safety measures.   Since this is a very new market place there is little historical data or experiences to learn from, those in it are carving out the product innovation advancements in real-time.

The automotive industry is riding this wave as carmakers compete to deliver vehicles that feature their latest innovations to capture consumers’ attention and business. As the Internet of Things continues to grow, companies are now inventing alternative transportation solutions that take advantage of intelligent city services to provide people with the best mobility experiences. 

Smart, Safe and Connected solutions based on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform deliver innovative technology that supports end-to-end digital continuity between the multiple disciplines involved in conceptual design and embedded electronics and software development of the intelligent car. Carmakers can address vehicle development using a systems engineering approach to manage the complex task of making cars smarter, safer and more efficient. 

The two main areas of design focus that are completely different from combustion vehicles include the electric drive and the battery. A recent blog post on Dassault Systémes blog noted these design challenges:

The electric drive is a complicated system whose parts need to work together effectively and efficiently. These include the gear box and electric machine, which need to be designed carefully to avoid over-designing. Over-designing leads to excess material, weight and cost and system engineering helps to precise and balance targets like maximum torque, power and speed, in the context of the whole vehicle.

The design must fulfill requirements for performance, efficiency, thermal, noise and vibration, etc. It is key to include multi-disciplinary design explorations and optimizations in order to reduce the required time of the development cycle. Once the many components of the electric drive have been implemented, their performance must be verified against the targets defined by Model-Based Systems Engineering, or MBSE.

In addition to the electric drive, the battery is a vital part of an electric car – and it’s not simple to design, either, especially when considering temperature. Batteries are akin to humans in that they perform best within a certain range of temperatures. If a battery’s temperature is too high or too low, it can result in lower vehicle range or shortened battery life.

Batteries involve multiple and connected physics, making them tricky to design, but Dassault Systèmes is working on a solution that connects mechanical and system design, materials and chemistry modeling, and performance assessment of battery cells, modules and packs.

When a battery is evaluated along with the electric drive on a vehicle, engineers and manufacturers can get a real idea of the performance and range of the battery rather than relying on a test at a test cell. The battery performance can be tested with real load on the battery, enabling an accurate picture of how it will perform in the real world.

Learn more about the challenges of electric vehicle design by downloading this new Electric Vehicle eBook: Electric Drive: How Can You Level Up?  When you download this eBook, you’ll receive two bonus downloads for EV design on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform.