Today SimScale in Germany announced a partnership with Autodesk, a leader in 3D design and fabrication software. The SimScale add-in for Autodesk Fusion 360 aims at improving the design engineering workflow between the design (CAD) and virtual testing phases (CAE). With the help of the add-in, users creating their 3D models in Autodesk Fusion 360 will be able to push their geometry directly to an existing CFD, FEA, or thermal analysis project on SimScale, where they can simulate it in the cloud.
We are very excited to partner up with Autodesk,” said Agata Krzysztofik, Director of Marketing and Community at SimScale. “At SimScale we believe that by making the simulation technology and know-how more accessible to a broader group of engineers, we can help people design better products. We are happy that, with the launch of the SimScale add-in, all the Autodesk Fusion 360 users will be able to gain an instant access to SimScale’s engineering simulation technology and the community with thousands of free simulation projects.”
According to SimScale, the company’s powerful web-based 3D simulation technology is changing the way engineers, designers, and students design products. SimScale supports solid mechanics, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, and more. Fully accessible via a standard web browser, SimScale is currently being used by 70,000 engineering professionals worldwide through Software as a Service (SaaS).