Simulation Conference 2021 digital in October:
Thursday, Oct 07, 2021, 02.00 p.m. – 05.00 p.m., online & free of charge
(Conference language is German)
- Your Technology Update
- CADFEM Best Practice Simulation
- User Reports from our Customers
Additive Manufacturing - Optimized Components and Processes
The use of simulation software is an important factor when it comes to cost-efficient additive manufacturing. Due to the fact that 3D printers have expensive lifecycles, printing errors can quickly prove critical to any budget – and it therefore makes sense to use simulation during the development process itself to pinpoint which areas of given components are going to be susceptible to errors in the printing process.
Ansys provides a very broad spectrum of solutions for this type of work, covering everything from PBF (PBF) process simulation to DED (direct energy deposition) and Binder jet 3D printing, and also parameter development, optimization of topology, job preparation, and materials management.
Who is it for?
This event is aimed at anyone involved in the process of developing 3D components – and also anyone involved in the 3D printing process itself, from design engineers to project managers, those providing a service, and process developers. Participants should have a technical background, though expertise in the realm of simulation is not absolutely essential.
Those with experience in simulation will discover new aspects of simulation, new approaches to simulation, and new simulation techniques. Those with an inquisitive interest and also any potential beginners will receive valuable information concerning the far-reaching and deep ways in which simulation can be applied, and they will also get the chance to look over the shoulders of current practitioners.
What awaits you
We are currently putting together the conference program. Following a keynote speech by an expert from the realm of additive manufacturing, you can look forward to a presentation on best practice in simulation which will contain valuable technical tips and CADFEM’s own specially-selected examples of ways in which simulation can be applied. This will be followed by presentations from the realms of industry and research, with CADFEM customers demonstrating ways in which they use Ansys simulation and what this enables them to achieve.
As soon as the conference program is finalized, you will find it here.