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Join Intrinsys at the Engineering Simulation Show, 27th April

April 27, 2017

Additive Manufacturing at the Engineering Simulation Show 
Explore Additive Manufacturing simulation using SIMULIA and the 3DEXPERIENCE platform with Intrinsys on Stand OR 09 at the Derby Roundhouse.

Date: 27th April 2017
Derby Roundhouse, Stand OR 09

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Additive Manufacturing (AM) has become mainstream in many industries for volume production.  This move from prototyping and academic research is being driving by the developments of software visionaries like Dassault Systèmes working hand in hand with major AM manufacturers to create the virtual development software needed to support this exciting revolution.

When combined within the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, business has the most powerful toolset to seamlessly and virtually design, simulate and manufacture new products, with the potential to produce a step change competitive advantage.

Intrinsys take the lead

As recognised leaders in 3DEXPERIENCE provision in the UK, the Intrinsys team will be on-hand to discuss your simulation opportunities within this changing environment and to explain how the right mix of technology, process and people can develop your Intelligent Engineering systems.

So if you are just considering adding more analysis and simulation content to your engineering or you are looking to take advantage of the latest industry developments, the place to start is the Intrinsys stand at the Engineering Simulation Show.

The conference

Regularly taking centre stage presenting the latest AM simulation and analysis developments, Dr Auday Alrawe will be presenting at 14:15.

Presentation abstract

Industrial grade Additive Manufacturing (AM) is growing more rapidly than ever before and has the potential to revolutionize the way we design and make products, but there are still significant barriers that could potentially limit its widespread adoption.  So, our challenge is how we can make simulation help get reliability back into AM designs and how we can design parts so they print right the first time.

There are a number of key areas where simulation can play an important role in 3D printing such as: generating a functional design, generating lattice structures, calibrating the material, optimizing the manufacturing process, and in-service performance. This presentation from Intrinsys Ltd will describe the end-to-end simulation-driven solution that SIMULIA/Dassault Systèmes have developed for addressing key challenges that industry faces. 

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