MDESIGN 2022 is available!

New version with extended functions

News - MDESIGN 2022 is available! | MDESIGN

With MDESIGN 2022 the new version for the design, optimization and verification documentation of machine elements is now available with extended functionality. In addition to the updated calculation basis, MDESIGN 2022 features a new navigation structure.


Topic-based navigation

The new topic-based assignment of the modules simplifies your decision for the selection of the appropriate application. For example, under "Screw connections" you will find all calculation functions in one overview, from the standard calculation to the expert module. The design has also been adapted in line with this reorganization of the modules. Modern colors and a newly designed start page with information tiles show you important messages, current training opportunities and product solutions as soon as you start the software.


Visualization and integration

Visualizing results vividly supports the evaluation of designs. By extending 3D wizards and interactive 3D models, MDESIGN 2022 makes these functions available to you in more modules. In addition, the extended, calculated 3D models are immediately available in further applications via STEP interface.

Save not only valuable time, but directly increase the necessary traceability and quality of your product development!

Start directly with your free trial version!

Note: Customers with a current service contract can download MDESIGN 2022 free of charge in the customer forum.


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