The stress analysis and detailed engineering has always allowed CMA to give an added value to its offering.
The elements which are mainly requested by customers are:
Functionality – Resistance – Safety– Respect for the environment
How to combine these four
The answer is simple, thanks to a turnkey product. This means starting the process with design, moving forward with production, and then implementing it definitively through the supply, assembly and on-site testing. Being able to manage these three steps makes it possible for CMA to have an overall picture, grasping all problems and critical elements of each step, being able to find the necessary solutions through an overall analysis.
The design phase represents a fundamental moment towards the success of a production process. The use of the latest generation software makes it possible to supply complex design solutions. For this reason, the representation of structures, equipment, and plants in digital format has become ever more popular for a detailed description and three-dimensional display of components.
CMA within the industrial sector pursues a specific objective, carrying out an “intelligent” integration. The purpose is to create a global functional system through the use of inputs and exports between the various CAD modules and the structural analysis programs. This highly “engineered” approach makes it possible to significantly reduce design study hours as well as any errors which at times can be introduced during the model calculation phases.