Category: solidThinking

Altair Showcases Optimization at TELS 2014 China

The 3rd International Transportation Equipment Lightweight Summit and Exhibition 2014 (TELS 2014), hosted by Omnimedia of Advanced Manufacturing, was held in Shanghai, China, Dec. 4-5, 2-14. Altair, known for its expertise in lightweighting for the transportation sector, delivered a keynote on simulation … Read More

From the 3D Printer into Space

We recently announced that Altair ProductDesign was a proud partner of RUAG Space on the redesign of an optimized antenna support for an Earth observation satellite.  The bracket will be produced using industrial additive manufacturing, or 3D printing.

solidThinking Inspire® Team Wins 2014 MSED Platinum Award

Congratulations to the solidThinking Inspire® team, which was honored by the Marketing and Sales Executives of Detroit (MSED) with its prestigious Platinum Award at the 21st Annual Black Tie Gala on November 20th, held at the Detroit Athletic Club in downtown Detroit, Michigan. MSED is a … Read More

Tokyo Designers Week 2014

Asia’s largest design fair, Tokyo Designers Week 2014, was held from October 25 to November 3 in Tokyo, Japan, celebrating impressive and extravagant designs from many categories including architecture, industrial products, fashion, fine art, cartoons, robots, music, and cars.

Featured Event: ATCx Powertrain in Munich, Germany

Engine performance and ride and handling are differentiators for luxury sport automotive products in particular. Engineering for durability and to reduce noise, vibration, and harshness requires the use of predictive tools early in the design process. Historically, this type of … Read More

Rethinking Running Blades

When the U.S. Paralympian runner, Blake Leeper, who was born without legs below the knee, challenged the audience of industrial designers at the 2013 Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) conference to advance running blade technology, what did Altair do? … Read More