3DSIM Launches Beta Program

The goal is to introduce new physics and optimization capabilities.

3DSIM LLC, a provider of additive manufacturing (AM) simulation software, has launched its exaSIM beta software. The cloud-based AM simulation tool provides metal laser sintering users insight into residual stress and distortion predictions.

Under the exaSIM beta program, customers may select software subscriptions ranging from a basic feature product to an enterprise-level, customizable package. During the beta program, additional physics and optimization capabilities will be added to the solvers to increase their accuracy. As a cloud-based product, exaSIM enhancements will be immediately available to beta customers, the company states.

“We’re using advanced computational solvers to predict residual stress and distortion in a layer-by-layer fashion,” says Brent Stucker, chief executive officer and a co-founder of 3DSIM LLC. “exaSIM Beta offers two operational modes for predicting distortion and residual stress. A third mode will be introduced during the course of the program. All modes can be used to generate supports, conduct trend analysis, and ultimately, reduce the likelihood of build failures.”

For more information, visit 3DSIM.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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