Leading engineering solutions and product development company Detroit Engineered Products (DEP) has announced that it has been awarded a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its automated modelling tool ConceptWorks.
The latest addition to its CAE legacy, ConceptWorks, enable engineers to easily bridge the gap between modelling design and analysis, which helps in optimising the model at reduced time and with less effort.
The tool helps users redefine concept modelling by allowing CAE engineers to produce concept members for design and optimisation studies efficiently. With this, drastic design transformations are made immediately at the CAE level. As a CAE tool for structural engineers, it enables the creation of structural members and joints without using CAD software, allowing engineers to focus on their core competencies, the company said.
Radha Krishnan, Founder & President, DEP, said, 'MeshWorks differentiation from its competitors is bolstered by the patent, which gives the company a long-term competitive advantage in the CAE market. We are very pleased with the positive response for ConceptWorks in the market, hence motivates us to create even more innovative solutions.'
DEP's goal of transforming the product development process and delivering real-world solutions is aided by these new tools that are added to MeshWorks. With these advancements, DEP aims to embrace market trends and raise industry standards, the company added.