This Webinar originally broadcast Wednesday, September 21, 2016
2:00pm EST/11:00am PST
We all know additive manufacturing offers many benefits, some of these include design flexibility, on-demand production, lightweight production, less waste, short lead times, and more. However, just because we CAN produce something additively, does not mean we SHOULD. Producing current parts without modifications or specific design alterations can not only lead to more costly production, but can also minimize or even erase many of these benefits. Coupling Concept Generation/Optimization with additive manufacturing not only helps users to achieve the many benefits inherent with additive manufacturing, but can also help to amplify these benefits.
This webinar will discuss new methods of optimization that are helping companies achieve great success with additive manufacturing. Learn from our experts and see real-world examples of this being achieved today.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- Optimization and design methods helping companies take full advantage of additive manufacturing
- How those designs can be much lighter, using less material while simultaneously being stronger and safer
- Real-world case studies of companies producing optimized parts
Jaideep Bangal, Senior Application Engineer, solidThinking, Inc.
Jaideep is passionate about sharing knowledge with industry professionals to help them make design decisions. He is excited to work with design engineers, mechanical engineers showing benefits of solidThinking Inspire, an Altair company. He has more than 10 years of experience in CFD and optimization. He really enjoyed journey from analyst to messenger of Upfront design engineering tools in CFD and optimization areas, to be used in a product development process by multitasking engineers.
Leslie Langnau, Managing Editor, Design World
Leslie has more than 20 years experience as a technical editor and trade journalist. She has reported, investigated, and written extensively on the following subjects: mechanical automation, industrial networking, additive manufacturing, and automation controls. She has a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University.