It uses the MSC.Adams motion simulator to give critical performance information about a design without leaving a preferred CAD environment. The 2005 Version for AI9 and SE16 includes faceted contact to improve efficiency and reduce simulation time. Bumping and colliding parts are now simulated faster than before. Bushings create more realistic compliant joints. The software lets users create orthotropic bushings which have more precise control of a model, more realistic modeling of real bushings, and a better overall simulation. Download a trial version of MSC.Dynamic Designer from www.mscsoftware.com/products/.

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