Session to focus on advances in freeform geometry that enable topology optimization for CAD
BERLIN, GERMANY--(Marketwired - May 8, 2017) - Frustum Inc., a pioneer in functional generative design and topology optimization software, today announced that its CEO and Founder, Jesse Coors-Blankenship, will be presenting at IDTechEx Show in Berlin on Thursday, May 11th. The session will illustrate advanced freeform geometry methods and how they enable topology optimization to be more fluid, faster to design and support more accurate printing through additive manufacturing. Coors-Blankenship's presentation will also demonstrate this process for designers, providing examples of how this approach supports concurrent engineering principles.
"Design and manufacturing are undergoing a renaissance, which can be felt across just about every industry today. Airplane parts are being 3D printed, saving fuel costs and improving production. Designers are breaking free of clunky, angular design restraints to create more fluid, stronger and lighter components," said Dr. Jon Harrop, director, IDTechEx. "Our mission is to bridge the innovation gap between leading technologies and the companies that need them, so it's exciting to offer our attendees a look at the innovations driving this renaissance."
Jesse Coors-Blankenship, CEO and Founder, Frustum
Coors-Blankenship will discuss how technological advances in CAD integrated freeform geometry allowed for topology optimization to be introduced to the designer. Integrating traditional technologies and topology optimization in Frustum's cloud-based software, Generate, benefits additive manufacturing by eliminating uncertainties that would normally be involved in these designs.
Estrel Berlin Hotel and Convention Center
Sonnenallee 225 12057 Berlin
5:30pm; Thursday, May 11, 2017
Frustum is a software company leading the transformation of CAD from iterative design to generative design. Frustum's software solutions, available via its breakthrough, cloud-based optimization platform Generate, enable the design of high performing and complex parts. Industrial designers and engineers discover varied topology configurations quickly to deliver novel, manufacture-ready parts and products with optimal balance between performance, structural strength and weight. Frustum's next generation freeform geometry kernel is the only solution that allows designers to blend topology optimization and traditional CAD data resulting in fully printable designs that eliminate the need and costs of part redesign. An early participant in the Siemens' Frontier Program, Frustum was recognized for its ability to guide mechanical engineers towards optimal shapes of 3D metal parts. Learn more at www.Frustum.com
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