24 Feb 2020

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is one of the most commonly used processes to validate new designs without the need of constructing prototypes that would cost a lot of money. However, some designs may involve very complex structures and/or surfaces, and the CAD models used for FEA analysis can sometimes require a lot of time and resources to be processed. To avoid this and to help you wo...

08 Jan 2020

Design for manufacturability (DFM) is considered the most universal DFx methodology for the development of new products. The main reason is that DFM has direct implications on the costs derived from manufacturing the product. Of course, the manufacturing costs have a close and direct relationship with the financial success of the new product, together with the quality of such product. ...

10 Dec 2019

Along human history, drawings have existed in different ways and for different purposes. From cave paintings to record important events, to the first design drawings between the 18th and 19th century which were the foundations to the design drawings we know and use today, it has been a constant adaptation to achieve the desired results. Then, with the development of the computing technol...