We will exhibit at 3D PRINT from 4 to 6 June 2019 in Lyon, France
3DSIM tools will open to all users of metal additive manufacturing new perspectives by enabling simulation-driven:
Build Time Reduction
Support Structure Optimization
Process Parameters Improvement
Part Geometry Refinement
New Material Development
“3DSIM products respond perfectly to the strong needs of our customers for understanding, simulating and predicting metal additive manufacturing (MAM) processes. We are happy to identify several customers as beta testers for this innovative approach. 3DSIM tools enhance our “progressive design” division and are in the heart of our supply and value chain for MAM.” said Yannick Loisance, CEO of Multistation.
“3DSIM’s vision is moving the Additive Manufacturing industry from empirically driven to simulation driven innovation by enabling designers and manufacturers to move from innovation by trial and error to innovation by computation. This agreement with Multistation represents the first step in distributing 3DSIM software and services into France, and we look forward to working with Multistation to successfully implement our tools in France and throughout Europe.” said Brent Stucker, PhD CEO of 3DSIM
3DSIM will revolutionize additive manufacturing
3DSIM is a US based software company that provides products and services focused on simulation of AM processes. Based upon years of work by leading researchers in AM, 3DSIM is building software solutions to provide unprecedented insight into metal additive manufacturing processes. 3DSIM was founded by industry innovators from academia, seasoned software professionals and AM industry leaders. 3DSIM solutions are an extension of multi-year research projects focused on simulation of additive manufacturing processes. 3DSIM is creating products and services that will disrupt and revolutionize AM.
Multistation, a key actor of the additive manufacturing supply and value chain
Since 1987, Multistation, a French company, has been integrating innovating and disruptive solutions in digital manufacturing, supplying internationally heavy and complex machine-tools and equipment for automation of composites, rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing. Multistation’s customers are coming from the transport sector as well as the energy, luxury, medical, academic and defense industries.
Please visit Multistation’s booth to meet 3DSIM’s engineers at Euromold – November 25-28 2014, Hall 11/ stand B56