Virtual speaker series
Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) for Metal Processes
In this speaker series, experts in the field of Design for Additive Manufacturing will discuss applications for metal 3D printing and the constant trade off between engineering requirements and design for the manufacturing process.
Oftentimes, we hear 3D printing discussed in terms of ‘design freedom’ and ‘complexity is free’ but the reality is that constraints can bring these lofty ideas to a grinding halt. Our presenters aim to inspire and educate those exploring the ‘design freedoms’ offered by AM while simultaneously addressing the inherent design constraints of AM processes.
Lightweighting and build prep
Design for metal powder bed fusion: The geometry for additive part selection (GAPS) worksheet
Metal DfAM eSeries: Leveraging design freedom to disrupt power generation
The opportunities and challenges of design for metal additive manufacturing by Tim Simpson of Penn State
Metal DfAM eSeries: Metrology and DfAM of lattice structures
Metal DfAM eSeries: Accessible and scalable osseointegrative interface design
Metal DfAM eSeries: Generating optimal trabecular and stochastic lattice structures for AM Orthopedic Implants
Metal DfAM eSeries: Flexible metal - Leveraging powerful design tools to create compliant medical devices
Read the articles
Introducing the Design for Additive Manufacturing for Metal Series
Flexible metal - leveraging powerful design tools to create compliant medical devices
Additive manufacturing in orthopedics – lattice structures
Designing heat exchangers for additive manufacturing
Above and beyond traditional structures for liquid cooling
Design brief: The Aurelius Mk1 turbine core
Design for additive manufacturing: Turning the hype into a reality
Elevating design and cutting costs - structural lightweighting
Lightweighting with cellular materials: Insights from nature
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