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Dassault’s entry into the AM arena include the company’s Additive Manufacturing Engineer, available in both cloud and on-premises versions, that enables manufacturers to prepare and validate AM processes. The software saves users time by enabling archiving best practices for reuse, automatically optimizing part positions, and developing different strat- egies for the additive process. The 3DExperience 2017x release is said to transform design, simulation and manufacturing with a much higher level of integration. With the new Function Generative Designer role, designers provide the functional speci- fication (including the 3D envelope, the loading scenario, materials, weight reduction targets, desired manufactur- ing process), and a push of the button runs a simulation and generates the optimized concept shape. This allows designers and engineers to take advantage of the flexibility of additive manufacturing, compared to more tra- ditional manufacturing processes such as milling, casting and forging. Two new digital manufacturing and produc- tion roles for additive manufacturing define and optimize the setup and process for powder bed fusion and industrial 3D printing, and to program the laser path.


In January 2017, Siemens AG (Munich) and additive developer Materialise NV (Leuven, Belgium) announced a partnership under which the companies would collaborate on integrating Siemens PLM’s NX soft- ware with Materialise’s technologies in the AM sector. Under the agreement, the companies integrated Materialise technology into NX CAD/CAM/CAE software, enabling it to accurately design CAD models for powder bed fusion and material-jetting 3D print- ing processes. The resulting software is said to speed up the process of


building fully 3D-printed parts by 30% or more, according to the companies. The deal represents a huge leap forward in making additive manufacturing a mainstream production practice


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