The 3MF Consortium announced they’ve added a new Steering Member: Altair.
A seemingly minor investment announcement might have big implications for additive manufacturing.
First impressions of SimScale’s AI-based physics prediction technology.
The assistant professor of automotive engineering from Clemson University uses computer simulations and real-world tests to shape the future of metal manufacturing.
We could see an increase of very unusual yet practical 3D printed parts in the near future due to AI technology.
Velo3D is one of the leading providers of metal additive manufacturing equipment, and we caught up with them recently.
Cognitive Design Systems understands that lightest does not equal optimum and not all 3D prints are manufacturable.
Hyperganic announced a new and very speedy 3D simulation technology.
Markforged announced a very useful new feature for their Eiger software platform.
This week’s selection is the 3D Printed Wind Tunnel by Danny Goiri.
A unique application for 3D printing has been developed by a student at Texas A&M.
This week’s selection is “An Introduction to Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis” by J. N. Reddy.
As virtual simulation advances, innovation gets faster and becomes less costly.
MIT might have substantially shortened the development cycle for new 3D printer materials.
3D printing solutions developer 3D Systems recently announced that it will be selling its medical simulation business Simbionix.
Researchers at Tel Aviv University have 3D printed a working cancer tumor.
Relativity Space owns what could become a key patent for additive manufacturing.
Charles R. Goulding and Arianna Coger take a look at an optimized design made possible via 3D printing.
SPEE3D announced a 3D print simulation that provides a unique way to market, train and experience the technology.
Leveraging their 3DEXPERIENCE platform, Dassault Systèmes has been developing a set of dedicated applications for Powder Bed additive manufacturing processes, from design to build job preparation and simulation.
Engineers, scientists, and manufacturing experts around the world are in a frustrating spot when it comes to additive manufacturing (AM).
I’m reading an interesting case study from Teton Simulation that illustrates an often-ignored fact of 3D printing: everything must work.
Desktop Metal recently introduced a new software tool focusing on metal sintering simulation; the team behind Live Sinter shares a deeper look.
In an incredible experiment, researchers were able to simulate the molecular behavior of 3D printing resins.
Sintering is a necessary step in metal 3D printing, and a new software application targets accurate compensation for distortions.
Swapnil Sinha is a PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University whose research in additive manufacturing shows strength for the future of both DfAM and in-situ embedding in 3D printed parts.
Swapnil Sinha is a PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University whose story in moving into additive manufacturing is becoming more familiar these days.
3D printing software is smartening up its slicing as Teton goes live with its first product: Smart Slice for Ultimaker Essentials.
This week’s selection is “Introduction to Finite Element Analysis and Design” by Nam H. Kim, Bhavani V. Sankar, and Ashok V. Kumar.
Researchers are using 3D printing to better understand the underground flow of fluids.
Polygonica provides a powerful set of mesh processing tools that can be embedded in any other software. We spoke to a representative to find out who uses this software.
The company’s main product is VCollab, a solution created to make the results of engineering simulation more easily shared and understood.
You might value the perfect simulation model, striving for perfection—an engineering ideal if ever there was one.
Alphastar’s Genoa 3DP Suite provides a wide range of advanced 3D model simulation functions to ensure more accurate and reliable additive manufacturing jobs.
Industrial giant Siemens acquired Atlas 3D and their Sunata simulation software to add to their growing additive manufacturing portfolio.
CAD tools have changed significantly, and today the promise of cloud-based design services could provide even greater capabilities in the future.
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.
Eighteen-year-old Tucker Sawyer of Hays County, TX, had a flash of inspiration while sitting in his high school chemistry class.
It seems that 3D Systems’ latest version of 3DXpert has an incredible build simulation feature.
Understanding high-performance polymers in 3D printing is crucial.
An important acquisition in simulation and materials intelligence has been flying under the radar.
Atlas 3D’s Sunata tool is now GPU enabled.
Materialise takes another step forward on its journey toward industrializing additive manufacturing.
26,919 visitors and 632 exhibitors can’t be wrong: formnext 2018 has made Frankfurt The Place To Be in additive manufacturing each November.
Materialise introduced a new simulation software for metal 3D printing,
Simulation is an amazing technology for designing parts, but it’s harder to do when 3D printing parts.
Several notable themes presented throughout the duration of TCT Show 2018.
Atlas 3D announced a new version of their Sunata metal 3D printing optimization system, with some very interesting features.
I’m looking at a new 3D service called AirShaper.
High performance cloud computing company OnScale
Onshape has added a simulation mode for everyone, and it’s quite powerful.
Since its founding in 2014, 3DSIM has been on a mission to address problems of quality and repeatability in metal additive manufacturing
More consolidation in the 3D CAD market: Dassault Systèmes is acquiring Exa.
ANSYS today announced a new product, Discovery Live, which provides astonishing real time engineering simulations.
3D printing is quickly transforming from a method for prototyping and making tooling into a technology for manufacturing end parts.
I know, I know. I sealed off simulation with the 5 reasons I would use Simulation in Fusion 360 months ago.