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Webinar: Simulation-Driven Design and 3D Printing with SIMULIA and Stratasys

February 7, 2017

Upcoming Webinar | Thursday 16th February, 8pm (GMT) | Register Now

The partnership between Dassault Systèmes and Stratasys in the field of Additive Manufacturing provides a holistic solution from design and simulation to printing of the part. This webinar is co-organized by Stratasys and Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA to highlight our integrated offering for Stratasys’ Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) process and materials. Topics include:

  • In-silico material engineering using multi-scale homogenization techniques
  • Generative design adhering to real-world printing constraints
  • Simulation of the 3D Printing process that predicts and controls distortion and stress
  • Process-tailored design optimization

These capabilities reduce time to market, improve part performance, and expand the realm of applications for additive manufacturing. The combined technology of Stratasys and Dassault Systemes from the brands SIMULIA, CATIA and SOLIDWORKS in the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform provide a holistic solution that links the manufacturing process to design and performance.

This webinar is aimed at both new and experienced users interested in a reliable, end-to-end solution for Additive Manufacturing.

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About the Presenter: James Berlin, Software Product Manager for Aerospace, Automotive, and Defense, Stratasys, LTD

James Berlin received his MS degree in Mechanical and Aerospace engineering at the University of Missouri, Columbia where he focused on Design and Analysis of FDM production components for small unmanned aircraft structures. With over 6 years’ experience pushing the boundaries of additive manufacturing capabilities, James has worked extensively with automotive and aerospace industries to disruptively implement the technology from design to certification of production parts. James currently leads the effort to identify and address shortcomings in the design to production part workflow for Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace, Automotive, and Defense.

About the Presenter: Jing Bi, Technical Solution Consultant, Dassault Systemes

Jing Bi is a technical consultant at Dassault Systèmes focusing on solutions that help realize the potential of Additive Manufacturing technologies. She received her MS and PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2010 and 2012 respectively. She joined Dassault Systèmes in 2012. She has worked in a variety of technical roles at SIMULIA and engagement with key customers and partners.