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New Software Tool Takes Guesswork out of Metal AM Part Orientation, Supports
If you don’t have 15 years of experience under your belt with metal additive manufacturing (AM/3D printing) – or even if you do – a new tool from Atlas 3D promises to simplify your job. In fact, the results are guaranteed....
Tooling Up for 3D-printable Steel
To understand why steel poses such a challenge for 3D printing, you have to look at the production process on the microscopic level.
A Deeper Look into Metal Additive Manufacturing Material Properties
Engineering Design Teams in the Age of IoT
The Internet of Things could change design team dynamics.
ANSYS, University of Pittsburgh Enter Partnership
The collaboration is designed to address additive manufacturing challenges.


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