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CAD Toolbox by Maplesoft: Tutorial
In this tutorial, you will build a slider-crank mechanism from a .step file by performing the following tasks:
- Import the CAD drawing
- Group parts into a sub-assembly
- Add Coords and then import the CAD subsystems into MapleSim
- Build the slider-crank
- Simulate the model

What's New - MapleSim 2017
The MapleSimTM 2017 family of products offers new and improved model development and
analysis tools, expands your modeling scope, introduces new deployment options, and strengthens toolchain connectivity.

White Paper: Virtual Commissioning with a Model-Driven Digital Twin
As demands on product requirements increase, the inherent design risks can pose significant problems, threatening the success and reputation of those trying to keep pace. To mitigate this risk, the technique of virtual commissioning (VC) promises to reduce the significant delays and costs associated with the difficult task of system integration
and commissioning.

White Paper: Stories from Industry - Doing System-Level Modeling for the First Time
The high demands placed on engineering teams are requiring new technologies and tools that can help turn out higher quality products with fewer costly, late-stage design changes.
Many engineers are familiar with some modeling techniques such as CAD or FEA, but they have yet to embrace a system-level modeling approach to analyze the dynamics of their entire design in a fully integrated way.

White Paper: Unlocking Commercial Knowledge - How System-Level Modeling forms the Basis for High-Performance, Low-Risk Designs
What do we mean by system-level modeling? Generally, we are referring to a modeling process that uses physics-based components, connected together in a system spanning multiple physical domains. These models are a mix of discrete and continuous systems that aim to replicate the product’s performance in real life – a virtual prototype upon which testing occurs.

White Paper: Industry 4.0 and the Power of the Digital Twin
Adopt a systems approach to machine design and survive the next industrial revolution.

White Paper: Advanced System-Level Modeling of Complex Machines
This article illustrates how engineers involved in the design of complex machines are making significant strides in their work with the help of the Maplesoft Engineering Solutions team. Learn more about such diverse projects as revolutionary mining equipment, more reliable offshore machines, a parametric approach to designing an industrial pick-and-place robot, and improved performance of crane control systems.

White Paper: Model-Driven Innovation
The Model-Driven Innovation approach, and its emphasis on employing virtual prototyping at the system-level, is an invaluable technique when designing complex systems. This approach means that:

Problems can be fixed before the system integration and physical prototyping stages.
Project delays can be avoided because engineers are able to quickly detect, and correct, problems that arise due to the interactions between different subsystems.
Systems can be analyzed, and designs validated and improved with access to the underlying mathematics.
By employing this approach, companies can reduce development risks, develop better products, and get to market faster.

Model Driven Innovation with MapleSim
MapleSim's capabilities provide model-driven innovation by helping identify problems early in the engineering process.

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