The cooperation with MESHPARTS is best described by two key words: flexible and prompt. The given task was and is not always easy to grasp, but the flexible reaction of Mr. Dadalau makes the implementation possible. Despite the complex interrelationship, a simulation result could always be presented to us after only a few days. The subsequent web conferences and telephone conversations quickly clarify the outstanding issues.
Martin Spiessberger, SEMA Maschinenbau GmbH
Especially in the calculation of ball screws for critical applications (e. g. for very high loads) we can carry out simulations with the help of the Meshparts software and app for ball screws, which are in well aligned with the practical experience - that we have not been able to do with all the other calculation methods. This not only makes it possible to make accurate predictions of certain properties of the ball screw with a virtual 3D-FE model, but also to carry out optimization strategies - and all these with a very good cost-benefit ratio.
Wolfgang Klöblen, August Steinmeyer GmbH & Co. KG
Meshparts has a very convenient and user friendly design. It can analyze even very complex elements, then we can import the result file into Ansys APDL for further analysis, although this is possible directly in Meshparts as well. Besides the software, we all appreciate the customer support. It is very helpful and fast, together with easy and efficient communication. Thank you!
Alan Huang, National Formosa University of Taiwan
By integrating Meshparts' Control Toolbox in Ansys Workbench we've achieved a considerably greater informative value in our simulations.
Questions about ballscrew drives can often only be answered by simulation. The efficiency and quality of the FE models of Meshparts are a valuable support
When designing a new, dynamically heavily loaded ball screw with double nut we wanted to achieve in relation to the standard calculation higher security. Meshparts has assisted with the necessary simulation tests. Thanks to the extremely detailed finite element models, we could also easily evaluate the load-dependent change in contact angle for each ball in the model.