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
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.
Are you ready for Infocast’s Additive Aerospace Summit in Los Angeles? As Chairman of the Digital Thread discussion, I’m anxiously awaiting October 18th when the doors open and I have the opportunity to meet other innovative designers and engineers. If you’re not familiar with the event, it’s a forum for practitioners to discuss the latest applications of additive manufacturing, bring clarity to the qualification process, and get critical insider perspectives on supply chain implications. It’s a who’s who in the industry and if you can make it, it will be worth your time.
We recently sat down with Jeff Haas, a solution architect at SAIC, a premier technology integrator in the technical, engineering, intelligence, and enterprise information technology markets, Jeff is currently at the forefront of cutting edge technology - as SAIC uses topology optimization and additive manufacturing frequently. He comes across a lot of new tech but not everything he sees always sticks with him. A clear exception to that case was when he was first introduced to Frustum and the cloud-based topology optimization solution, Generate. In Jeff’s eyes, Generate represents a complete paradigm shift in how engineers will approach design and it will transform the future of additive manufacturing.
Check out the recent article in Columbia Entrepreneurship’s Founder Stories profiling our founder, Jesse Coors-Blankenship. Click the button below to learn more about what inspired Jesse to start Frustum Inc., and what’s on the horizon for the company.
Frustum’s latest release of Generate includes improvements to the workflow thanks to user interface updates and the integration of new design tools with broad applications in the manufacturing industry.