8/21/2018

AM Conference: Generative Design for 3D Printing

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Desktop Metal demonstrates the uses for its Live Parts generative design technology for 3D printing at the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Conference.

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Desktop Metal’s research and innovation group, DM Labs, has created a tool it says can unlock the full potential of additive manufacturing. Live Parts is an experimental generative design tool that applies cellular growth principles and advanced simulation to auto-generate complex, functional parts. According to the group, it requires no prior design knowledge to use.

Andy Roberts, the inventor of Live Parts at Desktop Metal, will give a demo of the tool at the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Conference taking place September 11 and 12 in Chicago. He will explain the principles that drive how the technology works and demonstrate how it can be used for additive manufacturing needs. Learn more on Wednesday, September 12, at 10:15 a.m.

Register for the Additive Manufacturing Conference here and use code AM20 for a discounted rate. Already registered? Follow @LearnAdditive on Twitter for the latest updates, and use #AMCIMTS to join the conversation.

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