Computer-aided product optimization with 3D printing
Parts made by ablative or reshaping processes, such as CNC turning, bending and soldering, are subject to process-related limitations during production. For example, the geometry of conventionally manufactured copper inductors is often not ideally adapted to the workpiece to be heated, resulting in an induction process that is more difficult to precisely control.
In 3D printing, objects are produced layer by layer from a shapeless source material (powder or liquid). This allows the production of highly complex shapes and even the integration of cavities and undercuts in a single production step. Thanks to the computer-aided development of an optimal basic shape, you can profitably leverage the great freedom of design offered by additive manufacturing to improve tools and tool inserts.
- Power flow design thanks to topology optimization of mechanically stressed components
- Lightweight construction
- Design verification
- Best possible performance through magnetic field optimization of inductors
With the help of various examples, we show you how to use computer-based simulation and optimization to produce tools whose productivity increases significantly thanks to improved geometry. Learn how to use power flow or magnetic field design to rework your existing 3D models, optimize your tool performance, and save material during manufacturing.
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