3D printing News Roundup: Boeing extends partnership with Dassault Systemes, GROW gets patent for 3D printing software solution, more

3ders.org | 7/26/2017 | Staff
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Here's another roundup of some recent 3D printing news, for those of you who might not be able to keep up with the pace of developments that have been happening in the 3D printing world. Stories include Boeing extending its partnership with Dassault Systemes to make use of its 3DExperience design platform, Rocket Craft Inc getting a contract from DARPA to build a rocket partly using 3D printing technology, and more besides.

Aviation giant Boeing has announced that its commercial partnership with Dassault Systemes will be extended. Dassault Systemes provides a variety of advanced industrial manufacturing solutions for the aerospace industry, most prominent of which is the 3DExperience design platform.

Platform - Integration - Support - Costs - Productivity

The 3DEXPERIENCE platform helps to reduce integration and support costs, improves productivity, and fosters new innovation. It is capable of not only simulating products and processes, but also finding and eliminating potential risks and quality issues before production. The platform has a single source of data across all applications, which will provide reliable and actionable real-time information and seamless communication throughout the entire enterprise and supply chain as well as across product generations. This digital continuity will improve data and analytics capabilities.

“Dassault Systèmes is proud to collaborate with Boeing as it embarks on another century of innovation with a partner it trusts. Boeing not only leads the way in its own industry, but influences the progress of all industries across modern society,” said Bernard Charlès, Vice Chairman and CEO, Dassault Systèmes. “We are at the turning point of the industrial era, where we are shattering another industry paradigm. The parallel exchange of data between virtual and real operations will transform the value-adding chain into a value creation chain. The entire 'extended' enterprise can continuously measure and control business processes for maximum efficiency and potential top line growth. This is ‘Business in the...
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