MORe 5.0 – What’s new?

Get the full power of your simulation and download MORe 5.0 from the customer portal. The new version enables faster workflows while you can focus on what’s important.

Let's see what is new

Finding the best design

Optimise your machine based on your design parameters. No matter if you want to use cheaper components like linear guides or find the best parameters of your controller, with MORe 5.0 you can do it. The parameter tree allows you to parameterise modelling properties as well as analysis settings. 

Designing all in one study

Combining different analysis types in one study. That’s possible with MORe 5.0. With the tabular study you have the full control over your simulation. You can combine analysis types, e.g. transient thermal with thermo-mechanical, and set up sensitivity studies. This allows you to simulate your specific processes per one klick.

Automate your workflow

Our new custom studies and evaluations enable the full automation of your design process. Simulate relevant processes, e.g. positioning or thermal drift, per one klick and directly monitor the machines geometric errors, like straightness. This and much more is possible with the new customisation possibilities. The included GUI allows you to monitor your performance criteria by focusing on your design processes.

Focus on what's important

Identify what is limiting your performance by using our new result animation possibility. Set the reference for animation at desired location so that large motions do not outweigh relevant local deformations.

Further improvements

Moreover, we introduced new damping models for components and links to model your machine even closer to reality. Besides the new features we continuosly work on improving software performance and robustness.

Explore the new possibilities for your own products and workflows by installing MORe 5.0 on your computer.

If you want to learn more about the new features stay tuned.

Mayra Hoppstaedter

In 2018 I finished my Master in Computational Engineering and started my PhD at the TU Braunschweig. In '22 I joined the MORe team as an application engineer.

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