EnginSoft USA Helping Sponsor PTC/USER 2022
CAE experts to display new interface that enables simplified, automated flexible body and contact modeling for Creo users.
October 3, 2022
PTC/USER is an independent user group for PTC software. The event is aimed at all users with interest in CAD, CAE, model-based definition, product lifecycle management, virtual reality/augmented reality, additive manufacturing, FlexPLM, surfacing, ThingWorx, Routed Systems, generative design, Creo & Windchill customization, smart manufacturing / Industry 4.0, and tech authoring, management and delivery.
EnginSoft USA is exhibiting and is demonstrating their solutions, including a new interface for RecurDyn multibody dynamics software and Particleworks CFD software at booth 204.
“We are excited to sponsor PTC/USER, this is the best event for PTC users to connect with us and find solutions to the challenges they have been facing,” says Chris Wilkes, president and CEO. “PTC has been an industry leader through innovation and integration of value-added tools. We are excited to provide a tool that bridges their expertise in the CAD world with the expertise of RecurDyn and make flexible multibody simulations smoother for Creo users.”
Attendees can catch EnginSoft USA’s presentation on Tuesday, October 4 at 11:15 in the Royal 1 room. Senior Application Engineer James Crist, will cover “Taking the Next Step in Dynamic Simulation.” This talk will discuss the basics of dynamics simulations, when to use CAD embedded vs. dedicated tools, and how to speed up workflows by automatically reusing Creo data in simulation models.
EnginSoft USA solutions will be highlighted and demonstrated at PTC/USER; these are Particleworks and RecurDyn, along with the new interface, CRIX.
EnginSoft engineers have experience and expertise in multibody dynamics and computational fluid dynamics consulting and have completed thousands of CAE projects completed across a broad range of industries that includes automotive, energy, oil and gas, aerospace and defense, civil and structural engineering, metal machining and manufacturing, consumer goods and appliances, healthcare, and biomechanics.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.