2017-07-05 by Christina Ehmke

Computer Aided Design Part 5 - High-performance simulations

Computer Aided Design Part 5 - High-performance simulations

Whether it be in medicine, materials science or for normal machine applications – Simulations can be used nowadays as a useful method for predicting the consequences of development. This enables medical students to learn about the complex functioning of the heart, nano-coatings to be tested on different materials or car accidents to be simulated. Read the last post from the Computer Aided Design series.

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2017-06-12 by Lisa Adam

Computer Aided Design Part 4: The world of FEM

Computer Aided Design Part 4: The world of FEM

The FEM is an independent analytical method which may appear to have nothing to do with computer aided design at first. However, it should be a subject of our series because many intersections between CAD and FEM have resulted from innovations in IT. The FEM is, for example, now an integral part of many CAD programmes.

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2017-05-30 by Christina Ehmke

Mastering Linear Bushings

Mastering Linear Bushings

Linear motion products are the most commonly used motion elements in the automation of transfer, locating, and assembly machinery. Here, three types of linear guides, Linear Bushing, Slide Guide, and Oil Free Bushing will be compared and explained as we master linear bushings.

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