Simulation

  • Teton Simulation, experts in providing professionals with 3D printing simulation software, has developed SmartSlice for GrabCAD Print which utilizes the new GrabCAD DFAM Software Development Kit from Stratasys to help customers improve the reliability of additive manufacturing builds. “Teton Simulation’s vision is to have SmartSlice offered to a multitude of…

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  • ExLattice has joined NVIDIA Inception, a program designed to nurture startups revolutionizing industries with advancements in AI and data sciences. The North Carolina startup is developing the next-generation engineering software for metal additive manufacturing, to be intelligent with real-time feedback. The company’s stated mission is to equip AM designers and…

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  • SPEE3D, the Australian manufacturer of systems based on a kinetic consolidation (cold blow powder) high-speed metal 3D printing technology, released SPEE3DCraft, a novel free-to-download additive manufacturing (AM) simulator where individuals can explore genuine metal 3D printing technologies and processes in a way that is both fun and educational, directly from…

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  • Additive Manufacturing has become an integral production process in the high-end industry for highly complex structures that are either too expensive or even impossible to produce via traditional production techniques. For metallic AM parts, homogeneous material properties are critical to ensure the continuous performance of the part during its life…

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  • Exponential Technologies (xT), a German-Latvian startup and winner of the Formnext Startup Challenge 2019, has attracted a pre-seed investment from Berlin-based VC fund APX to expand its presence in the German industrial sector. “Being a global industrial powerhouse, my home country Germany was always one of our major focus markets.…

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  • SPEE3D will release SPEE3DCraft , the first end-to-end metal manufacturing simulator, this April. SPEE3DCraft is designed to provide craftsmen and 3D printing enthusiasts with an intuitive virtual experience of real-life metal 3D printing methods using the same tools and equipment developed by SPEE3D. SPEE3D’s new simulator folds into its mission,…

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  • A technician using Siemens' Simcenter Testlab.

    Siemens Digital Industries Software made the latest release of its Simcenter Testlab software available. The release is part of the Simcenter portfolio of simulation and test solutions within the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio of integrated software and services. The latest release includes updates to Simcenter Testlab Neo, enhanced model-based systems testing, introduces…

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  • Machine learning specialist Intellegens and engineering simulation leader Ansys are collaborating to integrate machine learning methods into Additive Manufacturing (AM) workflows, accelerating the development of reliable and repeatable AM processes. The combination of the two companies’ technologies will make it quick and easy for AM project teams to analyze data…

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  • Teton Simulation’s Smart Slice software plugin is the latest Industry 4.0 tool added to AM solutions provider Dynamism‘s roster. The software is an Ultimaker Cura Slicing plugin that uses cloud-based finite element analysis. This analysis optimizes print parameters in order to create parts that meet sometimes-stringent performance requirements while reducing…

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  • Graphic of Autodesk's Fusion 360 suite simulation software

    Trial-and-error build modeling in the additive manufacturing sector limits 3D printing’s uptake in industrial activity. Trial and error has been necessary because repeated build failures show designers how best to correct for errors. The material and human costs associated with such failures, however, do not justify AM uptake in the…

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