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Jonathan Savage

Jonathan Savage

  • I-DEAS
  • AutoCAD
  • Drafting
  • CAD Design
  • SolidWorks
  • SolidWorks 3D CAD
  • Manufacturing Design
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Manufacturing Consultant
  • 3D Modeling and Analysis
pankajp12345

pankajp12345

  • ANSYS
  • CATIA
  • MATLAB
  • autocad
  • AutoCAD
  • FreeCAD
  • Drafting
  • 3D Design
  • solidworks
  • fusion 360
  • SolidWorks
  • 3D Modeler
  • CAD Design
  • Fusion 360
  • 3D Drafting
  • 3D Modeling
  • 3D Designer
  • Pro/Engineer
  • 3D CAD Parts
  • 3D Animation
  • 3D Rendering
  • 3D CAM Design
  • 3D CAD Design
  • 2D & 3D Design
  • Luxion Keyshot
  • CAD Conversion
  • 3D CAD Drawing
  • Design Concept
  • 3D Scan to CAD
  • 3D Engineering
  • 3D Print Design
  • 3D Model Design
  • 3D CAD Drafting
  • 3D CAD Modeling
  • Isometric Design
  • 3D CAD Rendering
  • 2D & 3D Modeling
  • 2D & 3D Drafting
  • Invention Design
  • 3D Part Modeling
  • 3D Product Design
  • 3D Solid Modeling
  • Autodesk Inventor
  • 3D CAD Assemblies
  • Industrial Design
  • 3D Drawing Design
  • 3D Design Analysis
  • 2D and 3D Drafting
  • Isometric Drawings
  • 3D Printing Design
  • Rendering 3D Design
  • Reverse Engineering
  • 2D to 3D Conversion
  • 3D Surface Modeling
  • Mechanical 3D Design
  • Image to DWG Service
  • 3D Mechanical Design
  • 3D Conception Design
  • SolidWorks Rendering
  • 3D Assembly Drawings
  • 3D Printing Modeling
  • 3D Prop Model Design
  • Injection Mold Design
  • SolidWorks Conversion
  • Drafting and Detailing
  • 3D Analysis and Design
  • Mechanical 3D Modeling
  • Image to CAD Conversion
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Mechanical 3D Rendering
  • 3D Modeling and Drawings
  • 3D Modeling and Analysis
  • 3D CAD Parts & Assemblies
  • 3D Printing File Creation
  • 3D Modeling and Assemblies
  • 2D & 3D Mechanical Drafting
  • 2D Drafting and 3D Modeling
  • 3D Modeling Parts & Assembly
  • Solid and Parametric Modeling
  • Injection Molded Parts Design
  • Design Product and 3D Modeling
James Henry

James Henry

  • MATLAB
  • SolidWorks
  • CAD Design
  • 3D CAD Design
  • Microsoft Office
  • Automotive Design
  • 3D Assembly Drawings
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Automobile Components Modeling
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Giovanni Malagnino

Giovanni Malagnino

  • CAD Design
  • SolidWorks
  • Solid Edge
  • Autodesk Inventor
  • Autodesk Fusion 360
  • Finite Element Analysis

Finite Element Analysis

Whether you’re designing a new building or developing a new mechanical component, you’ll want to use finite element analysis or FEA to evaluate your design. By using this method, you’ll find out if your product or structure can withstand heat, stress, vibration and other physical forces that are present in the real world. You’ll also identify the problem areas that have to be fixed before your design goes into the manufacturing or construction phase.

Finite element method is one of the most effective analysis techniques because it breaks down the object into smaller parts called finite elements. This makes it easier for the computer to analyze the different areas of the object, study their structure and composition, and see how they perform when exposed to fatigue, heat, fluids, and electromagnetic energy. This, in turn, will let you observe the local effects of physical forces, which is important especially if your product is composed of different materials. 

One of the best things about finite element analysis is that you can use it to test different load combinations in a quick and easy way and find the perfect combination for your product or building. This, in turn, means that you’ll create a durable, high-performance product that functions well in the real world and will impress your target market. You’ll also find out if you’re using too much material on a certain area, and you can reduce the amount of material in that spot to reduce the overall weight and manufacturing or construction cost. 

You can do FEA on your own, but why do so when you get the help of finite element analysis freelancers? Here at Cad Crowd, we have a large team of freelance FEA experts who have years of experience in the industry and have helped numerous clients in analyzing and improving their designs. Simply get in touch with us, and we’ll connect you with an FEA specialist who will bring your project to completion. 

Our freelance finite element analysis specialists are experts in the latest FEA software, such as Abaqus, ANSYS, Autodesk Simulation, Femap, and Opera FEA. This means that they have access to all the latest tools and features to do thorough, high-quality analyses and complete everything on time. This also gives you the assurance that the Cad Crowd freelancer you’ll hire is proficient in your preferred software and can capably use it to meet your requirements. 

Cad Crowd takes the guesswork out of the online freelancer hiring process, so there’s no need to spend hours reading resumes and interviewing dozens of people. The only thing you should do is to send your project brief to us, and our in-house quality control team will take over from there. They’ll find a pre-qualified freelance finite element analysis expert whose skills and experience are perfect for your project, and they’ll connect you with this specialist to get your project started. Along the way, our team will monitor the analyses for accuracy and quality and ensure your requirements are met. 

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