This fall, our CEO, Jesse Coors-Blankenship, will be speaking at the Siemens PLM Components Innovation Conference on September 25 - 26 in Downing College, Cambridge, UK. The conference is open to Siemens customers, future customers, partners and industry analysts.
Are you a member of the Manufacturing Tech Council (MTC)? If yes, join our CEO, Jesse Coors-Blankenship, online on Tuesday, September 25 at 1:00 pm ET. Jesse will be one of three panelists slated to talk about what critical problems Generative Design solves for manufacturers, and specifically, what Frustum uniquely brings to the market.
Frustum offers software named Generate, which is a cloud-based generative design/topology optimization solution that focuses on mesostructures. It has also been used to design medical implants such as hip stems, hip sockets and knee implants.
Defining generative design begins with a visit to Wikipedia, which offers an Autodesk-cited definition as ‘a form finding process that can mimic nature’s evolutionary approach to design. It can start with design goals and then explore innumerable possible permutations of a solution to find the best option.’
Frustum offers a generative design package, and a lot of what Design Engineering said about nTopology applies to Frustum. However, Frustum’s software (Generate) runs on its own solid modeling kernel, named TrueSOLID. Whereas nTopology currently generates only 3D lattice structures, Frustum adds what’s missing: Integrated simulation (Hexahedra-8).
Missed DEVELOP3D Live in Warwick this past March? This fall, on October 2nd, stop by Frustum’s booth (#10) at DEVELOP3D Live in Boston. Our CEO, Jesse Coors-Blankenship, will also be presenting on the main stage about advancements in generative design and additive manufacturing.
Join us at Formnext 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany this Fall from November 13-16, where our team will be demonstrating the latest updates to our Generate® software, alongside the industry's leading innovators working to usher in the next generation of intelligent industrial manufacturing methods.
Frustum’s 3D Design Software, Generate®, allows for interactive generative design that automatically produces manufacture ready parts in a completely parametric CAD environment.
More and more companies are utilizing generative design software, which uses an algorithm to generate design suggestions based on a certain set of parameters. These results are often organic in nature and result in products with never-before-seen geometries. As 3D printing allows for the creation of complex designs, it often goes hand-in-hand with generative design. One of the leaders in functional generative design is Frustum, well known for its Generate cloud-based topology optimization solution.