Additive manufacturing software is the enabler of additive manufacturing processes, ensuring a successful print that matched the original design. While this may be sufficient when you are printing prototypes or low volume quantities, shifting gear to serial production requires to put the focus on optimization. When every cent counts, having an optimal design, minimizing printing time and material usage and shortening the design to manufacturing cycle, is critical for your success. Learn how controlling every detail in the manufacturing process through additive manufacturing software, has direct impact on your bottom line.
- What do you need in order to shift from prototyping AM to industrial AM?
- What is the impact of part orientation on post-processing costs?
- Is it possible to shorten print time without hurting print quality?
Product Manager, 3DXpert Software; 3D Systems
Maoz Barkai is the product manager for 3DXpert, the all-in-one integrated additive manufacturing software by 3D Systems, with more than 25 years of experience in the manufacturing industry. Maoz started his career designing parts and molds and for more than 20 years he has been holding various R&D and marketing positions in CAD/CAM software companies. For the last four years he is the product manager for additive manufacturing software.