February 28, 2018: solidThinking Inspire in the Development of Desktop Metal Parts
Designing for Additive Manufacturing with Inspire
Advancements in desktop metal printing technology and simulation-driven design technology have drastically changed the way we approach design and manufacturing. As the additive manufacturing market continues to mature, simulation has become more of a focal point, driving the entire design process from the early concept design phase all the way to production.
Join evangelists from solidThinking and AdvancedTek as they explore these enhancements through the use of solidThinking Inspire simulation driven-design technology and Desktop Metal Studio System.
|Date and Time
|Wednesday, February 28, 2018
|9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
|7200 Metro Boulevard
|Edina, MN 55439 View Map
What Should You Expect in This Session?
- Inspire in simulation-driven design.
- What makes the desktop metal printing process unique.
- Basic rules of thumb for desktop metal design.
- Inspire Work Flow including tools and techniques to create bionic shapes for desktop metal.
What is Inspire?
solidThinking Inspire has made tremendous contributions to the design community allowing designers to create organic lightweight components. As the industry’s leading generative design solution, Inspire enables broad design communities to leverage simulation in new and inventive ways and accelerate the development of high-performance, innovative products and bionic designs.
Launching one of the most robust updates since its premier, Inspire 2018 features capabilities that include lattice optimization, overhang shape control and PolyNURBS fit.
What is the Desktop Metal Studio System?
The Desktop Metal Studio System, presented by AdvancedTek, is designed as an end-to-end solution and remains highly-differentiated in how it produces complex metals parts in-house.