New research shows a way to optimize human 3D printed implants for more personalized microstructure.
This week’s selection is “An Introduction to Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis” by J. N. Reddy.
Teton Simulation announced an arrangement with BCN3D to provide that company’s community with access to their powerful SmartSlice system.
This week’s selection is “Feature-Driven Method for Structural Optimization” by Weihong Zhang and Ying Zhou.
3D printing software is smartening up its slicing as Teton goes live with its first product: Smart Slice for Ultimaker Essentials.
Is it really possible to produce a truly open source 3D printer at scale and be successful in the market?
This week’s selection is “Introduction to Finite Element Analysis and Design” by Nam H. Kim, Bhavani V. Sankar, and Ashok V. Kumar.
Teton Simulation has now integrated their FEA algorithm directly into Ultimaker Cura, vastly simplifying and empowering 3D printing workflows.
EV maker Archimoto leveraged ParaMatters’ CogniCAD generative CAD tool to optimize the weight of several key metal components.
The company’s main product is VCollab, a solution created to make the results of engineering simulation more easily shared and understood.
Alphastar’s Genoa 3DP Suite provides a wide range of advanced 3D model simulation functions to ensure more accurate and reliable additive manufacturing jobs.
It’s no fun to get a part or assembly ready for simulation. SimSolid is a very useful FEA tool that can assist with CAD simulations and designs.
Have a gigantic 3D model? nTopology’s nTop Platform can easily handle it, and also provide super-complex analyses, simulations and generative design.
After watching a fascinating video showing a powerful strengthening technique, I am convinced we have a long way to go with 3D printing software.
Onshape has added a simulation mode for everyone, and it’s quite powerful.
One of the critical aspects of developing a component design is to ensure it will actually perform in real life situations.
A new service just announced hopes to provide engineers with a variety of different design services.
Serious part designers can’t do without Finite Element Analysis (FEA).
Remember when you had to create a mesh of your model to run any sort of simulation?