Simulation Integrations & Partners

Onshape now offers a unique, proprietary, and cloud-native approach to finite element analysis (FEA) Learn more about native Onshape Simulation. →

Running simulations has the potential to dramatically alter the course of a product's lifetime. The benefits of these simulations can be realized at nearly every step in the process. Prototyping cycles can be shorted, thanks to virtual testing completed in software. Lead times can be cut when selecting different, more readily available materials. Product performance can be improved with optimization, while costs go down. And even after a product is delivered, simulation will continue to pay dividends with increased reliability --and with that-- customer satisfaction. It’s no wonder that engineers and designers want to test their products any way they can.  

The Onshape app store opens up a wide variety of simulation types and test cases. Go far beyond structural analysis, and test for thermal, electrical, and fluid interactions...or couple these to put your products through the most extreme conditions. With cloud solving, even the most intensive systems and tests can be completed within a reasonable timeframe, and these can be done in parallel, without the slightest of effect on your local machine. 

Click here to learn what the Onshape app store has to offer, when it comes to product simulation.

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Partner Spotlight - OnScale Solve

Designed for both educational and professional useOnScale Solve is a cloud-native software built by and for engineers aiming at overcoming the limitations imposed by legacy CAE tools:

  • Fast multiphysics simulation of engineering designs
  • Automatic CAD repair and meshing
  • Scalable HPC compute cloud capacity
  • Intuitive UI/UX and integrated workflows
  • Insightful results analysis and Jupyter notebooks
  • Pay-as-you-simulate pricing
  • Work, collaborate, and share from any location and device

Onshape models can be imported into OnScale Solve direcly and associatively, to cut down on simulation setup as the design evolves.