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TSI Opens Our New Office!

TSI has a new home – back in great Town of Stouffville.  We opened our brand new facility in May 2016, and are now settled in and in full production.  This new new space allows us to increase our services

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TSI Labs helps our military with biomechanics and new product solutions!

TSI and our TSI-Labs venture together with Dr. Steve Fischer, and Queen’s University, have recently published findings of an in-depth project to understand and mitigate neck pain in military flight crews.  This significant problem has been affecting our women and

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LS-DYNA modeling helps develop engineered cartilage

The Annals of Biomedical Engineering has published “The effect of moving point of contact stimulation on chondrocyte gene expression and localization in tissue engineered constructs.” , a paper by Jake Kaupp. Markus Hetzler and our Thumbprint Solutions team contributed advanced

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New Paper in JSES

The Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery has recently published “Factors affecting the stability of reverse shoulder arthroplasty: a biomechanical study“, a paper by Allison Clouthier. Markus Hetzler of Thumbprint Solutions contributed as a second author as part of his

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TSI Achieves CGP Registration

TSI is pleased to announce that we are now registered with Canada’s Controlled Goods Directorate. As a CGP registered profession engineering firm, we look forward to bringing our unique and powerful blend of advanced simulation and design expertise to these vital new markets.

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Presentation on Robust Simulation

Markus Hetzler, P.Eng. of Thumbprint Solutions Inc. recently presented a training seminar on “Robust Simulation: Issues and Best Practices” at the Ontario SolidWorks Users Group Meeting in Toronto. Contact us for a copy of the presentation.

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HyperWorks Technology Conference

Thumbprint Solutions presents alongside industry leaders at the 2011 Americas HyperWorks Technology Conference in Orlando, Florida. TSI presented on Electric Vehicle Design Challenges from a Mechanical Perspective. More information is available on the HTC website here.

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