The stress testing environment within professional CAD software can be applied to projects that can benefit from it. If the models are mechanical in nature or, will see high loads when put into use, a stress test can often expose a potential failure. This can be beneficial by finding the problems before an actual physical model is made, therefore saving the cost of manufacturing and assembling a prototype before it’s ready.
The stress testing can catch a weak bolt or pin, find a thin wall, a weak hinge point, or a steel frame that may twist. It can also maximize the material efficiency by adding or eliminating material thickness for maximum performance for the application. If you import your load information from the stress testing environment, into the dynamic simulation environment, you can find further problems that may not appear with static load testing.