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Process Simulation - Simulate Assembly, Sub-assemblies, and Processes 

Simulate Process Variation

Assembly Variation 

Simulate your product's build to see how the assembly adds variation. Then add the part tolerances to see the overall tolerance stack effects on your risk of failure and non-conformance. Optimize the design through iterative changes to control variation and reduce risk, improving your yield and removing scrap, waste, and rework from your manufacturing. 

Process Simulation

Simulate processes on your parts. Remove material, add bolts, welds, rivets, and sub-assemblies. Incorporate Finite Element Analysis into your tolerance simulation to save days of time in your simulation runs and see how your design will perform by building Digital Twins. 

Multi-Stage Assembly

Utilize multi-stage assembly processes to build multiple sub-assemblies, then assemble those into a completed product. Accurately simulate your production line and the methods being used to build your product and find the weaknesses in your process. See how the overall build is affected by specific suppliers and root-cause potential issues down to the individual features and processes causing the problem. 

Get Started with Tolerance Analysis

Simulate Patterns of Holes and Pins

Simulate complex patterns of holes and pins in order to optimize your design to absorb potential process variation. 
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Evaluate Welds, Bolts, and Rivets

Determine how welds, bolts, and rivets will affect your material and product. See how your product will stretch, contort, and deform and what that will mean for your final build. 
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Optimize Sequences and Assembly

Find the most effective sequence of bolts, welds, or part assembly to optimize for minimal variation, time, or travel path of a machine operation.  
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