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Moi Composites: Continuous Fiber Manufacturing (CFM) for 3D Printing

+LAB’s project Atropos, the research program on 3D printing thermosetting continuous fiber composites, winner of the 2017 JEC Innovation Award and one of the three International Finalists of the 2017 James Dyson Award, has blossomed into the new startup “moi composites.”

Moi is a co-design and production service for small series or tailor made,

Kimberly Stout

Design for Additive Manufacturing: Connecting Additive w/ Subtractive

Background | Matt Lemay is part of Autodesk’s Customer Success team, focused on Additive Manufacturing & Generative Design. While “customer success” can mean just about anything these days – for us the theory is simple: helping customers win will help Autodesk win – a rising tide lifts all boats right? 

Kimberly Stout

Netfabb Simulation Research & Validation: Moving Source

Since 2012, over $7.3M USD has been spent validating the Netfabb Simulation solver predictions by comparing them with the experimental results for hundreds of design cases/geometries.

Moving-Source Simulation

Description: An experimental setup was designed to allow for the measurement of in situ temperature and distortion during the Powder Bed Fusion deposition process.

Kimberly Stout

Netfabb Simulation Research & Validation: Support Failure Prediction

Since 2012, over $7.3M USD has been spent validating the Netfabb Simulation solver predictions by comparing them with the experimental results for hundreds of design cases/geometries.

Support Failure Prediction

Description: A component manufactured at the Penn State CIMP3D Additive Manufacturing center experienced a failure of the support structure. 

Kimberly Stout

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