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Markforged Acquires Teton Simulation Software
SmartSlice software improves 3D printed part quality.
Markforged Acquires Teton Simulation Software
SmartSlice software improves 3D printed part quality.
BigRep and Teton Simulation Partner
Aim of partnership is to integrate SmartSlice into large-format 3D printing.
Editor’s Picks: Sept. 9-15, 2021
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Teton Simulation Tackles 3D Printed Part Performance
Via a new partnership with BCN3D, Teton Simulation is embedding its SmartSlice software as a plug-in to virtually simulate as-printed parts.
Teton Simulation Releases SmartSlice for BCN3D Stratos
SmartSlice for BCN3D Stratos features print parameter optimization to eliminate print-test-redesign cycles and ensure printed parts perform as expected, company says.
Teton Simulation Joins Stratasys Software Partner Program
SmartSlice application will be released as a plug-in to the GrabCAD Print workflow software.
Simulation: New Driving Force Behind Additive Manufacturing
Simulation replaces trial-and-error processes and a reliance on tribal knowledge to pave the way for widespread AM adoption for production use cases.
Editor’s Picks: Sept. 17-23, 2020
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Simulating 3D Print Performance
Tetons Smart Slice automatically optimizes slicing parameters for 3D printers.


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