When, “it printed!” just isn’t good enough
With ever-expanding options for available materials and printable parts, you need to be deliberate about overcoming the challenges inherent in the physics of the fabrication process. If not addressed, these issues can limit your:
- Available materials (new materials, multi-material)
- Printable parts (small features, thin walls etc.)
- Quality of parts (material homogeneity, surface profile)
- Flexibility when using aids such as supports
Conducting geometric analysis at the resolution and scale needed for today’s machines can prove extremely difficult. That’s why many people find shortcuts or workarounds, while others simply avoid or ignore the issues altogether. For some use cases, especially those within regulated industries, ignorance is not an option.
Dyndrite provides tools that enable engineers, technicians, and researchers to address and overcome fabrication process challenges - opening the door to new materials and previously unprintable part families.