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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