Ligier Automotive, a worldwide supplier of racing cars for more than 50 years, implemented 3DEXPERIENCE and PLM to enable internal cross-functional communication and streamline collaboration with external partners.
Case Studies Archive - Adaptive Corp
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Kinetic Vision Case Study
When Kinetic Vision first opened its doors 30 years ago, the company stood out with a unique service: helping clients to virtually test products using modeling and simulation in an era when the technology was rarely seen outside the aeronautical and aerospace industries. Today, Kinetic Vision needed a sophisticated and scalable simulation tool to allow them to provide their clients with efficient and accurate virtual testing. Adaptive Corporation introduced Kinetic Vision to the benefits of 3DEXPERIENCE cloud and allowed the company to run some small pilots—with fantastic results.
Sinclair College Case Study
A leader in industry-relevant technology, the Sinclair College National UAS Training and Certification Center filled a critical gap in its capabilities by working with Adaptive to purchase and implement two Markforged additive manufacturing systems. The results are exceeding everyone’s expectations
Shukla Medical Case Study
The Shukla Medical engineering team realized huge gains in the speed and efficiency of their product development process with the introduction of Markforged’s Mark Two fiber printer a couple of years ago. In 2019 they added the Metal X printer with the goal of cutting metal-prototyping times in half and getting products to market that much sooner.
Knust-Godwin Case Study
Knust-Godwin uses Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform to help customers improve product manufacturing and maximize the benefits of subtractive and additive manufacturing.
Quality Control of Composites in the Aerospace Industry
Lufthansa Technik AG (LHT) uses 3D scanner and photogrammetry systems to control material expansion in secondary structure composite components.
Crash Test Dummies Get Older—and Better
As they worked to cost-effectively develop their latest elderly dummy model, Humanetics decided to look into 3D printing (a.k.a additive manufacturing) technology to more quickly fulfill their needs for small-batch production, less expensive replacement parts, and faster turnaround times.