Renishaw, Dassault Systèmes partner for an integrated AM experience

Users of Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE can now design, optimise, simulate and set up AM builds directly on Renishaw's AM systems.

0 December 5, 2016
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Renishaw and Dassault Systèmes are working together on a new additive manufacturing initiative. The partnership is part of a commitment to provide and enhance software for metal additive manufacturing (AM).

Users of Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform applications can now design, optimise, simulate and set up AM builds directly for production on Renishaw’s AM systems, which build 3D metal parts using laser powder bed fusion technology.

dassault-catiaDedicated CATIA applications include a range of tools to develop and perform topological optimisation of parts. DELMIA is employed to generate the process from build set up to generation of the necessary laser paths (scan paths). Simulation of the entire AM build, including stress analysis and distortion prediction, is carried out in SIMULIA.

This initiatives ensures the laser paths (scan paths) generated by DELMIA are optimised for Renishaw metal AM systems and produce the best quality builds. This open ecosystem ethos enables collaboration with other experts working towards the common goal of creating a streamlined AM software experience.

renishaw quantam“The 3DExperience platform coupled with QuantAM enables parts to be produced accurately from the outset, which is of tangible time and cost benefit to users,” explained Stephen Anderson, Renishaw’s Director of Group Software. “It marks the beginning of many enhancements we have in the pipeline to improve the AM user experience and streamline the front-end of the manufacturing process.”

This process control software is part of Renishaw’s wider mission to provide end-to-end solutions for innovative manufacturing and support the managed integration of AM into the production workspace.

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