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LiveWorx 2017

Design Optimization Process for 3D Printed Designs

Session Description

Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM) also known as 3D Printing is the manufacturing technique of the present and future. In this fabrication process, the shape complexity is free. We will provide an overview of ALM techniques with numerous examples. We'll discuss the enormous potential of light weight designs, the barriers of commercialization, a topology optimization work flow, sub divisional surface modeling, lattice structure features and Behavioral Modeling.


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Additive Manufacturing
Product Design & Business Process
How to use Creo to generate lattice structures.
How to use behavioral modeling to optimize slender lattice structures.
Identify design optimization process for 3D printed designs that utilizes topology optimization and freestyle.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
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