Minimize Print Failures with Simulation for Metal Additive Manufacturing

Overview

Title: Minimize Print Failures with Simulation for Metal Additive Manufacturing
Date: Thursday, May 10, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour


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Summary

Additive manufacturing allows for the creation of complex, high performance parts that cannot be produced through conventional manufacturing methods. However, stress and distortion introduced by the printing process often leads to costly build failures and trial-and-error before parts are printed successfully.

Join Autodesk for a live webinar exploring how process simulation for metal additive manufacturing can help you reduce manufacturing costs and limit inefficient iterations by predicting and reducing build failures.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about:

  • Benefits of using process simulation for metal additive manufacturing
  • How additive simulation can help you identify and mitigate common build failures
  • Experimental validation techniques used to prove model accuracy
  • How Autodesk Netfabb Simulation can help you save time and money by successfully printing parts faster

Attend this webinar to learn more

Speaker


Erik Denlinger
Senior Research Engineer
Autodesk, Inc.


Erik Denlinger is a Senior Research Engineer at Autodesk focused on the development and commercialization of thermomechanical simulation software for additive manufacturing. Erik holds both a Masters and Ph.D. in Mechnical Engineering from Penn State University. He formerly served as Chief Operating Officer for Pan Computing.





Sualp Ozel
Product Manager
Autodesk, Inc.


Sualp Ozel is a Product Manager with Autodesk’s simulation team focused on designing solutions to advance the use of simulation in additive. Sualp holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and is an adjunct professor in the mechanical engineering graduate program at Carnegie Mellon University.