When a customer needed to document the processes and procedures necessary to qualify as a Boeing supplier under their D6-51991 Quality Assurance Standard, Adaptive stepped in to help them meet the necessary documentation requirements for compliance.
Case Studies Archive - Page 2 of 2 - Adaptive Corp
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Front-End Loader Linkage Durability Analysis Using Load Input from True-Load
Abstract: This document describes the use of Abaqus/CAE, Abaqus/Standard, True-Load, and Verity weld analysis in fe-safe software to evaluate the durability of a front-end loader linkage.
Wilson Case Study
Chicago-based Wilson Sporting Goods Co., a division of Amer Sports Corporation, is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sports equipment, apparel and accessories. Wilson is a global leader in high performance products using player insights to develop products that push equipment innovation into new territories.
Re3DTech Case Study
A customer wanted to replace aluminum grippers with carbon fiber 3D printed parts. We worked with the engineer to make straightforward design changes to the drawing. The first design did not allow for the continuous carbon fiber strands to loop around the base (Image 1, left gripper). The redesigned part allows for the proper usage of continuous carbon fiber strands (Image 1, right gripper). The original part flexed where arms meet the body (Image 2). The redesign was a success. We printed the grippers on our Markforged Mark X.
In its ongoing race to advance bike performance, Trek wanted to expand the use of realistic simulation in their design cycle across multiple bike programs. In particular, Trek engineers wanted to better understand how bikes performed under the real-world rides of its professional racers.
Dorman Products Case Study
Learn how Dorman Products used the Creaform HandySCAN to save 6 hours per project without compromising accuracy.