EuroMold 2014 kicked off on Tuesday this week and Altair and solidThinking are presenting their solutions in Hall 8/G159. The schedule of Altair and solidThinking at this year’s EuroMold is packed with highlights.
On Wednesday November 26th Altair hosted the “Additive Manufacturing Design and Engineering” Symposium. With around 70 attendees from various industries, among those renowned Aerospace and automotive OEMs and suppliers, the presented topics were well received and showed the importance of new manufacturing and development methods for all industries.
With Altair, customer, and partner presentations, covering the entire range of the topic, from design to the actual additive manufacturing process, it became obvious that the potential of additive manufacturing truly only unfolds when the design has been created using topology optimization.
The agenda gave an overview of current research and development as well as industry projects and offered an overview of the entire process chain, beginning with the structural inspiration, including part design, manufacturing and qualification. Presentations came from Altair, EOS, iLasTUHH, Materialise and RUAG Space.
In addition to their own booth Altair and solidThinking are also present at partner booths throughout the event. On Nov. 25th Altair presented the technology symbiosis of topology optimization and additive manufacturing at the EOS booth.
EuroMold continues until November 28th. Altair and solidThinking will present their solutions at the companies’ booth until then. At the booth visitors will find additional case studies, can see the 3D printed satellite antenna bracket of RUAG Space, and talk to the experts of both companies to learn more about topology optimization, organic geometry creation with Evolve, and the use of CAE tools within development processes for any type of manufacturing method.
Stop by our booth in Hall 8/G159 and pick up all that you need to get ready for a simulation driven design process, that will truly change the way products are developed and manufactured.