Seamplex

Engineering made simple.

But not simpler.

What we do

We carry out IT-intensive projects to solve engineering problems.

How we do what we do

By leveraging state-of-the-art computer science into 4.0-ready industries.

Why we do what we do

Because we want to add value to our clients’ products & services by shifting paradigms.

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Finite elements in the cloud


Web-based

No need to install any extra software

Cloud-based

No need to buy extra hardware

Easy

Get results in less than one minute

Collaborative

Share your projects with other people

Mobile-friendly

Use it from a tablet or smartphone

Industry 4.0-ready

Cloud, mobile, collaborative & agile

Compute mechanical stresses in less than one minute directly from your browser

Either from Onshape…

Sign in into Onshape, make sure you are subscribed to CAEplex in the App Store, open your Part Studio and add a new CAEplex tab.

…or directly here

Sign in into caeplex.com, create a new project from a new geometry, drag your CAD file, confirm and click on start a new project.

Not a point-and-click guy? Be our guest and knock yourself out with our…

Free and open source engineering back-ends


wasora

Wasora, a general maths tool and framework

Fino

Fino, a free finite element solver

milonga

milonga, a free nuclear reactor analysis code

Finite elements in the cloud

By Jeremy Theler | Founder & CEO of Seamplex
August 8th, 2019


Pretend for a minute that you were one of the fellows up there posing for the picture back in the 1930s during the construction of the Waldorf Astoria in Manhattan. You would want to make sure the engineers that designed the building had actually performed calculations of the beam you are standing on, wouldn’t you?

Engineers know how to solve beams with paper and pencil since the times of Galileo Galilei. Nowadays the Euler-Bernoulli equations are easily found on Wikipedia. But what about the hooks the beam is hanging from? A curved beam with a varying cross section? No, the answer is of course finite elements.