Ansys Additive Print

Ansys Additive Print eliminates the guesswork and hours of wasted time in metal additive manufacturing workflows. This easy-to-use stand-alone solution is useful for Additive machine operators and design engineers who need to build parts first-time-right.

Additive Print allows to:

  • Reduces costly trial-and-error experiments for metal powder-bed additive manufacturing
  • Mitigate uncertainty
  • Design geometries for more accurate printing
  • Accelerate production
  • Gain confidence in prices quoted to customers

Additive Print enables to predict:

  • Final shape of the printed part
  • Layer-by-layer distortion and stress
  • Optimal support structures
  • Auto generation of distortion-compensated STL files
  • Build failure and potential blade crash

Ansys Additive Print is included in Ansys Additive Suite and is also available as a stand-alone module.

 

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Progettazione e Simulazione del processo Additive Manufacturing per componenti metallici

Vantaggi e ritorno dell'investimento

Ottime potenzialità nella riprogettazione di parti di macchine e stampi per la produzione

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