Additive Manufacturing Demo Session

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  • Feb 12, 2019
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  The Topics:
 
  • The challenges of designing innovative products are to balance power, speed, weight, accuracy, strength, and cost.
  • Additive manufacturing (AM) reduces product development lead times and provides geometric freedom, part consolidation, and design individuality.
  • Additive manufacturing or 3D printing is not a new technology.
 
 
  The nitty gritty:
 
  • Part Design – Additive Manufacturing
  • Topology Optimization
  • NX Lattice Design
  • Adapt & Refine with Convergent Modelling
  • Validate
  • 3D Printing capabilities
  • Post Printing

PLUS

  • Multi Axis and Hybrid Additive Manufacturing
  • Robotic Machining
  • Shop Floor Connectivity
 
 
  After the presentation:
 

NX Virtual Reality Headset – Hang around after the presentation and immerse yourself in a virtual world of manufacturing

 
 
  The presenters:
 

Rodney Evans

  • 30 + years training and consulting on NX for Product Design, Manufacturing and Industrial Design.  
  • Spanning many industries – White goods, consumer goods, Automotive, Rail, Marine, Aerospace and industrial machinery in most of which AM is starting to rapidly get a foot hold.

Michael Andrysik

  • 30+ years consulting & training CAM and NC post processing
  • Experience within aerospace, automotive, white goods & general tooling industries.
 
 
  The diary entry:
 
Where: Wizard Corporate Building – 6th Floor, 446 Collins Street
Melbourne 3000 VIC
   
When: 19th March 2019, 9am – 11.30am
 
 
Register your attendance Here
 
 
 

The part is only as good as the design:

Selecting the right additive manufacturing Software is vital to achieving the desired quality and lead time. However, the part is only as good as the design. A typical design process involves defining the design space, applying loads and boundary conditions, defining manufacturing constraints, running topology optimization, and analysing the optimized design to match the desired performance. NX allows you to do all of this, plus design your own lattice structures, supports, automatically nest the build tray, then send directly to your Powder bed printer via the build processor. All in the one interface.

 

Do you want to get started?

Additive Manufacturing is just getting started, and its applications are endless. With the right tools and training, manufacturers can achieve their targets through AM.