Disrupting the tooling industry
How additive manufacturing changes the game for custom metal tools.
Gramm is a startup based in Regensburg, Germany that specializes in additive manufacturing. The company, a longtime and experienced user of Autodesk Netfabb, recently used the software to 3D print a metal tool in much less time — and for approximately half the cost — than is typical.Kimberly Stout
In finite element analysis, a finer mesh typically results in a more accurate solution. However, as a mesh is made finer, the computation time increases. How can you get a mesh that satisfactorily balances accuracy and computing resources?
In additive manufacturing, when using Netfabb Local Simulation,Sualp Ozel
Autodesk is working with AMSYSTEMS to bring the next generation of multi-material additive manufacturing to mass production.
AMSYSTEMS Center, a collaboration between TNO and the Eindhoven University of Technology focuses on the development of next generation multi-material/multi-technology AM equipment and the integration of AM technologies towards mass-customization production chains,Kimberly Stout
Netfabb 2019 is here! This latest release brings updates to two of the most powerful Netfabb features: simulation and latticing, in addition to new features focused on improved productivity – from new support actions, to machine workspaces and new cloud viewing.
Cloud based, multi-scale, metal powder bed process simulation is now available for Netfabb subscribers beginning at the Premium tier.Kimberly Stout