MultiMechanics Joins Siemens’ Solution Partner Program

MultiMechanics, a developer of multiscale material modeling and simulation software, announces that it will integrate its flagship product, MultiMech, with Siemens’ Simcenter portfolio. This partnership brings the ability to zoom into the material microstructure and connect material behavior to overall part performance directly within Siemens PLM Software’s Simcenter portfolio.

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MultiMechanics joins Siemens’ solution partner programme

MultiMechanics, a developer of multiscale material modelling and simulation software, will integrate its flagship product, MultiMech, with Siemens’ Simcenter portfolio. This partnership brings the ability to zoom into the material microstructure and connect material behaviour to overall part performance directly within Siemens PLM Software’s Simcenter portfolio.

To read the full article in Inside Composites, click here.

MultiMechanics Named Finalist for Three Industry Awards

MultiMechanics, a developer of multiscale composite modeling and simulation software, has been selected as a finalist for three industry awards: the Mondial.Tech Startup Award, the CAMX Award and the Award of Composites Excellence (ACE). These awards recognize technologies that are shaping the future of composites and transportation.

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MultiMechanics selected as finalist for three awards

MultiMechanics, a developer of multiscale composite modelling and simulation software, has been selected as a finalist for three industry awards: the Mondial.Tech Startup Award, the CAMX Award, and the Award of Composites Excellence (ACE). These awards recognise technologies that are shaping the future of composites and transportation.

To read the full article in Inside Composites, click here.

CAMX 2018 Preview: MultiMechanics

Composite modeling and simulation software specialist MultiMechanics (Omaha, NE, US) is demonstrating its newly released composite tube and pressure vessel optimization tool.

To read the full article in CompositesWorld, click here.

MultiMechanics and Fortify Collaborate with 3D Printing EffortsMultiMechanics and Fortify Collaborate with 3D Printing Efforts

MultiMechanics, a developer of composite modeling and simulation software, and Fortify, an additive manufacturing company specialized in composite material systems, have established a strategic technology partnership to improve the predictability of composite 3D printing. As part of the partnership, Fortify will use MultiMechanics’ flagship product, MultiMech, to predict the structural integrity of printed parts before printing, and help optimize the design by controlling the fiber orientation throughout the structure.

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MultiMechanics & Fortify Team Up to Improve 3D Printing Consistency

Increasing numbers of 3D printing companies and manufacturing firms are looking to improve additive manufacturing. These companies often partner together to solve an issue. This time around Fortify will use MultiMechanics’ MultiMech software to improve the predictability of 3D printing products. This will allow them to make a print more consistent with the design they intended and also improve structural integrity.

To read the full article in 3Dprinting.com, click here.