September 3, 2020
Inside This Issue:
The Art of Distortion Compensation
Automating an essential part in design for additive manufacturing.
(Finding) the Right Stuff
Impressed with all the cool shapes you can build on a 3D printer? What’s even more cool are all the different materials you can use to make them.
Bridging CAD to Additive Manufacturing
Plug-ins and new formats help preserve model integrity in the roundtrip journey.
In Pursuit of Predictable 3D Metal Printing
Simulation software offers promise in the desire for repeatable, standardized 3D metal prints.
Trailblazing the Path to Design for Additive Manufacturing
Increased use of AM means the CAD model may well be used for countless variations of a product or part.
Materials Take a Giant Leap Forward in 3D Printing
3D printing expands deeper into developing areas of innovation, including biotechnology.
Finding the Sweet Spot in Metal 3D Printing
Engineers need to evaluate part complexity, design freedom and time-tomarket considerations when making a business case for metal 3D printing.
3D Printing Ushers In Wave of New Cybersecurity Risks
AM used in a production capacity can be susceptible to design IP theft, counterfeiting and malicious operational interference. Here’s what some researchers and vendors are doing to mitigate risk.
Plugging GPUs into the Metal AM Workflow
When it comes to metal-based AM, organizations are looking to harness the power of graphics processing units.
HPC Transforms 3D Printing
Design for additive manufacturing is pushing more companies to tap into cloud and high-performance computing resources.