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CEO & Founder of Dyndrite
The Future of Additive Software It's time we brought additive software into the current decade
Innovation in additive manufacturing hardware and materials in the last decade has been nothing short of phenomenal: rapid prototyping of 20 years ago, has evolved into a thriving market delivering certified parts for just about every industry.
But additive manufacturing remains constrained:. Every day additive manufacturing systems are engineered to be faster, more accurate and have a larger build volume for larger parts/part throughput. The quality, repeatability, speed and scale remains untapped though, due to the tools, file formats and software that launched the industry.
Frankly, the manufacturing and computer hardware we use and the people who use it, have outpaced the software.
2020 is the year when software finally catches up, and leaps ahead.
Digital Manufacturing: Global Disruptions and Opportunities
COVID-19 is a watershed moment in additive manufacturing. HP, like many other digital manufacturing companies, is adjusting to support the medical community while looking to the future to see how the world will change forever. This session explores the changes in value propositions and capabilities AM brings to our global systems and how they will be realized in our growing industry.
Using a build processor that can drive the 3D printing process directly from CAD models has advantages technically and for user xperience. We will discuss the the advantages, potential architectures and exciting future possibilities as applied to the Impossible Objects Composite-based Additive Manufacturing (CBAM) ecosystem.
AON3D is more than an industrial 3D printer manufacturer: we offer the affordable advanced additive platform that unlocks more applications with the widest range of materials, as well as full-cycle solutions that get you from 3D model to final part.
Panel: The Steps Ahead for New Toolpathing Technologies
Join the Dyndrite Developer Council 2020 event as Steve Walton, Head of Product at Dyndrite leads a discussion in the new developments needed in toolpathing for improved productivity, repeatability, and quality of 3D printed parts. This panel is part of an ongoing effort by Dyndrite and the Dyndrite Developer Council to establish new industry standards for broad use of feature and process-aware parameter and path planning.
Founder and President of T.A Grimm & Associates, Inc.
Present State of AM: What we Know, What we Learned, and What to Expect
Additive Industry Consultant, Todd Grimm, sets the stage for the second day of the Dyndrite Developer Council event and reviews the industry as a whole and how it is dealing with current crises, while preparing for the future. What has the COVID event taught us in terms of filling disrupted supply chains? Is the industry at a halt or is innovation continuing? How can additive continue to develop into production-grade output on the shop floor?
Industry Marketing & Professional Visualization at NVIDIA
Manufacturing and product development professionals have never faced a more rapidly accelerating landscape of business challenges than they do today. Many of the critical software and hardware tools these designers, engineers, and analysts rely upon lack the foundational capabilities to keep up. The most successful businesses in our industry embrace every opportunity for disruption as they tackle more complex challenges faster and more efficiently. The next generation of tools to support them take advantage of multi-threaded computational platforms which put super computing power in the hands of everyone. Learn why Dyndrite is building their platform upon NVIDIA GPU powered CUDA technology and find out how you can take advantage of these groundbreaking developments as well.
Product Line Manager – Data Preparation at EOS GmbH (Electro Optical Systems)
Shaping the Future of Manufacturing with an Open Software Architecture and the EOS Developer Network
EOS GmbH, the world's leading technology supplier in the field of additive manufacturing. The open software architecture of EOS Systems allows innovative companies like Dyndrite to integrate the EOS technology into their software platform. This enables manufacturing companies to work in one single solution with state of the art software tools and ensures on the same time to produce parts with the proven EOS quality on EOS Systems.
Aconity3D is the technology leader for laser-based 3D printing machines for metals. At this a strong focus is set on modular and flexible systems, enabling industrial manufacturing at large scale and compatible costs. Especially Process Monitoring and Process Control is of high importance to guarantee high quality AM parts at low costs. The presentation covers progress & current challenges in online process control for L-PBF.
CEO of Photocentric USA 3D Inc. & Software Manager
Enabling the Mass Manufacture of Custom Parts
Photocentric's large-scale LCD 3D printers have proved their value in recent weeks during the mass production of critical PPE parts for first responders. Learn how this technology could be critical to your business.
3D printing doesn’t start and end on the printer. Besides the obvious part preparation aspects, the entire process may also encompass digitization, post processing and inspection. On top of those, there is a parallel process of Engineering Change Orders that may come into play as you plan and prepare for production. In this session we will learn how to deal with these challenges with 3D Systems 3DXpert V15 software.
Additive in the Next Economy - Insights from the Top
Join Carl Bass and executives from the leading AM manufacturers for discussions delving into what comes next for the additive economy — especially after this crisis. What are the next big opportunities and what has to happen to achieve it? This closing panel promises to be a thought-provoking and engaging discussion.
Featuring an executive panel:
Harshil Goel, CEO of Dyndrite
Ryan Palmer, SVP Software of HP
Martin Steuer, SVP Software of EOS
Meddah Hadjar, CEO of SLM Solutions
Dan Brunermer, Fellow at ExOne