VIAS and Dassault Systèmes Present Exclusive Webinar – Print to Perform: Digitally Accelerating Additive Manufacturing Using Simulation


VIAS has partnered with Dassault Systèmes to bring you an exclusive webinar on May 2nd, 10 – 11 AM CST:

"Print to Perform: Digitally Accelerating Additive Manufacturing Using Simulation."

Additive manufacturing (AM) – is a method of manufacturing that facilitates the building of parts through the addition of materials one layer at a time using a computerized three-dimensional (3D) solid model. It has the potential to be the harbinger of next industrial revolution.

The additive manufacturing industry continues to grow as machine-builders provide newer machines, faster processes and a diverse portfolio of materials. This growth is fueled by the drive towards creating functional end-use parts.

Would you like to learn more?

VIAS would like to invite you for a webinar on the end-to-end digital additive manufacturing (AM) solutions on Dassault Systemes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform.

In this webinar, we will talk about the 3DEXPERIENCE platform tools for design for additive manufacturing, manufacturing planning, and simulating the additive manufacturing process. We will discuss the benefits of integrated tools for AM, as well as how simulation can be used to overcome AM challenges.

Please join us to learn how to:

  • Design for additive manufacturing parts with topology optimization and generate geometry ready parametric shapes
  • Define and plan AM processes from build preparation, support structure generation, slicing and scan strategy creation.
  • Use machine specific build info for predictable, reliable builds with a flexible framework for process simulation for powder bed metal, direct energy deposition, polymer extrusion processes and more.
  • Predict part distortions, residual stresses and microstructures with experimental validation studies.
  • Shape morphing of ‘as-designed’ part to ensure ‘as-manufactured’ production part are within tolerance.


Register now to attend! 


Our Presenters:

Arindam Chakraborty, PhD, PE (TX, CA)

Director of Advanced Engineering

Virtual Integrated Analytics Solutions, Inc.

Dr. Chakraborty has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Iowa, and has over ten years of experience in solid mechanics and design, non-linear FEA, fatigue and fracture mechanics, reliability analysis, composite structures. His Areas of expertise lies in Solid Mechanics & Design, Code Based Strength and Fatigue Analysis, Fitness-for-Service (FFS) Assessment (API 579), System Reliability, Component Reliability and Optimization, Probabilistic Analysis. He is a Dassault Systemes certified Instructor for SIMULIA and also teaches Computational Mechanics course at the University of Houston. Dr. Chakraborty is engaged with Pressure Vessels and Piping conference committees, chairs conference sessions, involved with ASME & API code committees and has extensive journal & conference publications. He is a managing partner and the director of advanced engineering at VIAS which provides software sales, training, and consulting services. Currently he is closely involved with Additive Manufacturing Process Simulation and has delivered many seminar / conference presentations on the topic and written articles in technology and trade magazines.

Rachel Fu

Senior Technical Solutions Consultant, Additive Manufacturing

Dassault Systemes SIMULIA

Rachel Fu is a Senior Solution Consultant with the SIMULIA brand of Dassault Systemes, on the Additive Manufacturing team. She has been with Dassault Systemes for over 10 years, and spent 5 of those years as an on-site engineer at Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Her simulation specializations include composites, fracture, scripting, and additive manufacturing. She has a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, and a Master of Applied Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto.


Attend our webinar on May 2nd, 2018 at 10 AM – 11 AM CST.

Register now to attend! 

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