3D Visualization solutions for industry and science
based on 20 years of FEA and CFD insight
Oil and gas, materials forming, shipbuilding, automotive. These are the kind of industries that have historically leveraged CFD and / or FEA to optimize their designs and their processes.
This is an engineering field where materials go from solid to fluid and back again, say in a casting process. Something which creates significant computational and visualization challenges. Market leader Transvalor uses 3D Components for their offerings
Whether you are a car manufacturer, a design house, or a provider of CAE tools, probability is high that you or some of your colleagues are already using Ceetron technology. BMW, Jaguar, and Autodesk are.
Oil and gas
Ceetron grew up with projects for companies operating on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, one of the harshest environments for oil exploration, but also a global breeding ground for advanced technology. Our customer list in this industry range from the very small like Migris, to the very large, like Statoil.
3D printing. Metal forming. Molding. Design optimization. Long and global supply chains. Collaboration. Multi-discipline. Cloud. Manufacturability.
MRO and digital twins
10 years ago, MRO (maintenance, repair, operations) and asset management had little in common with the number-crunching of the Ph.D. level simulation engineer doing design-phase FEA or CFD in their offices.
3D printing of personalized protheses or dental implants. Structural analysis of stents. Full cardiac simulations. Digital twins in healthcare. Integration of CT or MRI scans with simulations models.
DNV GL is a long time customer of Ceetron. Enough said.
If you do not find your industry above, 3DC is a horizontal product that would work well with most or all FEA- or CFD-based engineering applications. But because each industry has specific visualization challenges, you want to be sure that 3DC addresses the specific challenges for your industry.