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Carbon makes L1 printer available to all for $250k p/a

Published 19 November 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, manufacturing, product design, materials, carbon, carbon3d, adidas, jabil

Carbon’s largest format printer, the L1 printer - the likes of which being used to produce products like the Adidas 4D midsoles, and custom cushioning for Riddell’s American Football helmets -  is now available to order.

Ten-times larger in build area to the original M1 3D printer, and five-times larger than the current M2 from Carbon, the L1 was initially available to partner companies as part of Carbon’s High-Volume Solutions, but it is now available for any business to acquire.

L1 printers will begin shipping in the first half of 2020, and similar to Carbon’s other subscription offerings, the L1 printer will be available for $250,000 per year for a 3-year term.

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Dyndrite unveils its GPU-powered, Python-scriptable 3D printing build processor

Published 18 November 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, 3d printing, gpu, ansys, additive manufacturing, carl bass, altair, dyndrite

Built on its Accelerated Computation Engine (ACE), Dyndrite has launched its ‘first of its kind’ GPU-powered geometry kernel, Additive Manufacturing Toolkit (AMT), which it claims provides powerful manufacturing-oriented features.

Dyndrite says that these include native CAD file import; an integrated Python interface for scripting interactive workflows, as well as allowing users to manage terabytes of manufacturing data, print higher-order geometries such as splines, and dynamically adjust parts in-situ to ‘increase both throughput and quality’.

Dyndrite also announced Ansys and Altair as the newest members of the company’s Developer Council: a group of ISVs and OEMs chartered with steering the future development of the Dyndrite roadmap.

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GrabCAD Shop launches to simplify the 3D Printing workflow

Published 18 November 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cad, design, 3d printing, stratasys, grabcad

For those running several 3D printers in-house, the latest news from Stratasys should be of interest, as GrabCAD Shop software solution looks to centralise all your needed 3D printing services.

The cloud-based software organises print work requests, CAD files, and project specs all in one space, sending status updates on the platform and via email to all stakeholders on a project - from the shop manager to the designer who’s part it is.

GrabCAD Shop comes pre-populated with Stratasys printers and materials, and has the ability to add third party printers and other traditional fabrication technology systems.

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Siemens adds material modelling to Simcenter through acquisition of MultiMechanics

Published 18 November 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: simulation, automotive, siemens, materials, aerospace, digital twin

Siemens hopes that by integrating its latest acquisition, MultiMechanics, into Simcenter 3D, that it will expand the ability to create a comprehensive digital twin with addition of materials modelling.

MultiMechanics’ technology predicts material properties and behaviour, including failure starting at the micro-structural level, with speed and accuracy.

“The addition of this technology enables our customers to build a digital twin of materials, which will help to shrink the innovation cycle of new products and materials, possibly saving millions of dollars and several years in development and certification in aerospace, automotive and other sectors,” explains Jan Leuridan, senior VP, Simulation & Test Solutions, Siemens Digital Industries Software.

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