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LiveWorx 2019

DEC745B - Additive Manufacturing: Design for Digital Thread

Session Description

'Because we can' is not sufficient reason to produce parts with Additive Manufacturing (AM). How can we leverage the capabilities and benefits of AM to design the best possible parts and components? In this session, learn how generative design and new design tools, including growth based design, contribute to the creation of truly unique, world-class AM products. Understand how design and AM constraints in a digital world may be combined to produce both lightweight and manufacture-able parts. Hear how design decisions affect product capabilities and material properties in AM and learn how to avoid expensive "trial and error" guesswork to automate the next generation of complex part geometry. This presentation is brought to you by ASME.


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Digital Engineering
Additive Manufacturing
Understand and conceptualize design considerations in a digital world.
Learn how to leverage tools and capabilities to avoid expensive trial and error in additive manufacturing.
Learn how design decisions affect product capabilities and material properties in additive manufacturing.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
Session Schedule