What if you could design the ideal structural part without any constraints, and use the freedom of complexity that metal 3D printing enables to make that part a reality? This webinar will showcase how 3D Systems printers enable better products through mass complexity. Attendees will learn how 3D printing is being used to produce parts that are lighter weight, stronger, better performing and safer. Together with solidThinking, a leading provider of design optimization software, we will feature real world customers who have designed radically better products that can only be made via additive manufacturing. David Anderson of Exact Engineering will share how he redesigned a critical aerospace bracket, reducing weight by an incredible 70%, even while making the part stiffer.
Too many structural components are designed with more weight and material than what’s actually required. With solidThinking’s Inspire software, structurally efficient parts are easy to design -- saving cost, strengthening durability, and improving safety. And with industry leading 3D Systems printing these parts directly or indirectly in your choice of metal alloys, it is also easy and cost-effective.
- How solidThinking's Inspire software enables completely new ways of thinking about structural component design
- How those designs can be much lighter, using less material while simultaneously being stronger and safer
- How you can use 3D Systems' ProX™ printers to 3D print metal parts in a variety of metals, including aluminum, titanium, stainless steel, cobalt chromium and other alloys, using 3D Systems direct and indirect metal printing