One of the keys to taking additive manufacturing to the next level in terms of industrialization is software. AM software advancements will not only unlock new designs and geometries, but will enable more efficient, connected and, crucially, automated production workflows.
Fortunately, there are many software developers in the industry which are committed to improving the AM workflow, from end to end. Just days before Formnext 2019 kicks off (where we will surely hear about and see many announcements pertaining to software), here are some announcements from some of the key players in the 3D printing software game:
AMFG, Autodesk, nTopology, CADS Additive, MachineWorks and 3YOURMIND. AMFG and Autodesk team up for end-to-end AM workflow software AMFG , a provider of MES software for AM, is teaming up with software giant Autodesk to link its MES platform to Autodesk’s design and simulation software, Netfabb . Thanks to the collaboration, […]
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