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Delivering on the Promise of Additive Manufacturing
A Modern Approach for Modern Aspirations
It’s been 30 years since the introduction of the first geometry kernel. Over that time there have been significant new inventions in computer architectures, programming languages, mathematics, data formats, and manufacturing processes. More importantly, new goals and aspirations have arisen requiring capabilities that far surpass those of the geometry kernels available today.
Today’s users need a modern kernel, one that leverages these many advances. A modern kernel must support both today’s and tomorrow’s geometry types. It must be taken advantage of the most powerful, most scalable computing platform available — the GPU. It should be accessible to the widest possible user base, supporting both a modern GUI as well as modern programming languages such as C++ and Python.
Learn how the Dyndrite Accelerated Geometry Kernel (AGK) and Additive Toolkit combines to increase productivity and reduce processing time for the additive user or technician.