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November 6, 2014
Altair is presenting its latest solutions for virtual product development at EuroMold 2014, which will be held in Frankfurt, Germany, from November 25-28. The company is hosting the Additive Manufacturing Design & Engineering Symposium.
Furthermore, Altair and solidThinking will exhibit and present on methods and processes for component design to fully leverage 3D printing.
“Whether the design goal is lightweight, performance increase or durability, it is always about working within the constraints of the chosen manufacturing method,” said Mirko Bromberger, marketing director at Altair Germany. “3D printing disrupts this paradigm, and Altair contributes to the shift in approach with its optimization expertise and software solutions. We are honored to present the Additive Manufacturing Design & Engineering Symposium at EuroMold 2014 in conjunction with our customers and partners RUAG Space, EOS, the Institute of Laser and System Technologies of the Technical University Hamburg-Harburg (iLAS TUHH), and Materialise NV. Together, we will showcase innovative development and manufacturing methods as well as an exemplary process for 3D printing using topology optimization.”
For more information, visit Altair.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.