MultiMechanics and Fortify Collaborate to Make 3-D Printing More Predictable

MultiMechanics, a developer of composite modeling and simulation software, and Fortify, a Boston-based additive manufacturing company specialized in composite material systems, announced a strategic technology partnership to improve the predictability of composite 3-D 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. Additionally, R&D will be performed to further enhance Fortify’s print analysis software, INFORMTM , and generate more sophisticated microstructures using their FluxprintTM process based on microstructure analyses performed in MultiMech.

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MultiMechanics and Fortify collaborate to make 3D printing more predictable

MultiMechanics, a developer of composite modeling and simulation software, and Fortify, a Boston-based additive manufacturing company specialized in composite material systems, announced a strategic technology partnership to improve the predictability of composite 3D printing.

To read the full article in JEC Magazine, click here.

Improving Performance Data for 3D Composites

MultiMechanics has formed a strategic technology partnership with Fortify, a Boston-based additive manufacturing company, to improve the predictability of composite 3D printing. Fortify will employ MultiMech to predict the structural integrity of printed parts before printing and to help optimize the design by controlling the fiber orientation throughout the structure.

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

MultiMechanics Releases MultiMech 18.1

MultiMechanics, a developer of multiscale material modeling and simulation software, releases MultiMech 18.1. The new features added to MultiMech 18.1 are designed to offer more simulation capabilities.

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MultiMechanics Releases MultiMech 18.1

Release includes brand-new GUI featuring pressure vessel optimization capabilities and an enhanced workflow with Ansys.

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Simulation Software Ecosystems vs. Point Solutions

Simulation has become a more prevalent part of design. Engineers are performing designs more frequently and much earlier in the design process than in the past, and simulations are increasingly being performed by non-specialists using tools with more user-friendly interfaces.

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Solvay and MultiMechanics Partner to Reduce Time and Cost of Material Development

Solvay and MultiMechanics have partnered to develop a material simulation software platform that could reduce the time and cost of developing and certifying new materials by 40%. Currently, the time and cost to a material supplier to develop and certify a new structural aerospace material can take five years and up to $50M, while the cost to the OEM to certify the material can be even higher.

To read the full article in Business Insider, click here.