Are you in the dark of what materials and restricted substances are being used in your products?

Do you know the full history and test data pedigree of your materials? 

  • Ensure a complete and accurate product definition within PLM
  • Track and compare virtual and physical test data
  • Consolidate and digitalize corporate materials faster
  • Enable critical compliance  

The consequence of over-looking materials information is starting to have wider and bigger impact on product quality, cost and development time.

Industry leaders in the digital era are starting to embark on a materials digitalization strategy to mitigate materials risk – by ensuring 
A) expensively acquired materials data is secured and accessible,
B) access to single materials source across the organization,
C) guarantee INSTANT access to end-users, directly or indirectly through their applications within CAD, CAE and PLM, 
D) and finally de-complexify complex materials & processes such as Composites and Additive Manufacturing by ensuring easy tracking and traceability.

Join this webinar to learn how to turn materials risk into materials strategy. You will learn:

  • How to use state-of-the art software to provide single source of your material PDFs, Excels, Text files
  • How to access, select and analyze materials data most efficiently
  • Capture full pedigree of materials information including tests (tensile, fatigue, creep), statistical information (integration with industry standard methods like CMH17), simulation models and design allowable
  • Manage complex materials and processes such as Additive Manufacturing and Composites.
  • Manage materials substances and ensure your compliance with legislations (REACH, RoHS)
  • Manage virtual and physical data to support initiatives like ICME. Integration example with Digimat.
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Note: We hold this webinar at two different time zones. This one is for 4pm (CEST). If you prefer to attend the morning session, please click here!



Najib Baig

Product Manager for MaterialCenter


Rodolphe Deman

R&D Director for MaterialCenter