27 Nov '15, 12pm

"Can Siemens, Georgia Tech Fill Gaps in Additive Manufacturing, Industrial Engineering?" https://t.co/OFv2IkNnjl via @designne…

"Can Siemens, Georgia Tech Fill Gaps in Additive Manufacturing, Industrial Engineering?" https://t.co/OFv2IkNnjl via @designne…

Siemens and Georgia Institute of Technology are partnering to address limitations in the current additive manufacturing design-to-production chain in an applied research project as part of the federally backed America Makes program. It is part of a larger industrial technology research partnership between the two bodies. According to Ulrich Raschke, director of Siemens’ human simulation products, a cause of the gaps in the current additive manufacturing workflow, which has been referred to as the digital manufacturing chain by some in industry, is the result of traditional CAD and CAE tools not having the capabilities to realize AM’s full potential. Siemens has been trying to fill some of those gaps with its NX mechanical design software, adding design intelligence for so-called hybrid manufacturing process -- those that incorporate additive manufacturing with subtractive ...

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