Using Generate, participants will learn the skills necessary to design parts for AM, combining engineering intuition with computationally-driven design and process-specific constraint.
ATrueSOLID delivers multi-part assembly topology optimization, advanced optimization modes and kernel-integrated mesostructures (lattices) to design lighter, stronger and more efficient products
Additive manufacturing has already had a profound impact on the aerospace, medical and automotive industries. However, there is still room for growth. A recent report from Boston Consulting Group noted only 34% of U.S.-based manufacturing executives implemented additive manufacturing practices. Also, according to a recent UPS report, additive manufacturing represents only 0.04% of the global manufacturing market.
Although there is a huge opportunity for manufacturers, there are also barriers preventing widespread adoption across industries. Current challenges include financial considerations, certification and regulation requirements, repeatability, and the skills gap. In a new article, our CEO, Jesse Coors-Blankenship, gives insights into how companies can overcome these challenges to proliferate the widespread adoption of additive technologies. Read the full article in Forbes today.
We have been hard at work during this fine and dry Colorado winter to bring you the latest version of Generate®. After a fleeting snow storm or two, we have managed to find ourselves out on a hike or a ski run dreaming big about Generative Design and how to provide those capabilities to you within Generate®.
JInterested in learning about generative design and advancements in additive manufacturing? Join me at the DEVELOP3DLive conference and exhibition on Monday, March 20 at the University of Warwick, in Coventry, U.K.
By combining additive manufacturing with advanced processing power, companies now can print the "optimal" design for many spacecraft parts. Engineers are learning, though, that the hardest part of this process known as topology optimization is figuring out exactly what features make a part optimal.
Interested in learning about the latest innovations in 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies from both experienced industry veterans and cutting edge start ups? Join me at the DEVELOP3DLive event on October 23 – 24, 2017 at the George Sherman Union at Boston University, Boston, MA.
What we know of products and their manufacturing, distribution, assembly and maintenance processes may be obsolete in the not too distant future. Massive disruption, thanks to new technologies such as additive manufacturing and generative design, are already having a profound impact on the industrial space. Read Jesse’s complete article on this topic on Forbes.com.