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3D printing giant Stratasys has been creating lots of buzz at the ongoing SOLIDWORKS World 2017 event in Los Angeles. Not only did the company unveil a brand new series of professional FDM 3D printers (the F123 Series), it has also announced a new partnership with French multinational software company Dassault Systèmes through which they will develop next-gen design tools that will increase the functionality, efficiency, and weight ratio of FDM 3D printed parts.
Stratasys will be working with Dassault Systèmes’ SIMULIA platform, which is designed for product simulation. Together, the companies will develop advanced simulation tools for optimizing FDM 3D printed parts for a range of applications, including in the aerospace and automotive sectors.
Information - Collaboration - Webinar - February - Webinar
More information about the collaboration will be revealed during a joint webinar on February 16, 2017. The webinar, called “Simulation-Driven Design and 3D Printing with Dassault Systèmes and Stratasys” will reportedly address the early solution capabilities of their next-gen design tools.
Scott Berkey, CEO of SIMULIA, Dassault Systèmes, commented on the partnership, saying, “For additive manufacturing to reach its true potential, engineers need tools that will allow them to harness the virtually limitless geometric freedom that it provides. By fully simulating the unique characteristics of the FDM process, we’re able to bring unprecedented accuracy and speed to the design and validation process. We’re pleased to be partnering with Stratasys to bring these critical capabilities to customers.”
Technology - Leaders - Dassault - Systèmes - Platform
The 3D technology leaders have already worked together on Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform, which includes applications SOLIDWORKS and SIMULIA among others, and which supports...
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