You confront the same problems regardless of whether you represent a 3D printer producer creating software to improve your printer or an independent software vendor (ISV) offering 3D modelling services to the additive manufacturing singapore sector.
1. Increasing demand for market differentiation
2. The requirement for quicker time to market to satisfy customer demands
3. Demands for better interoperability
4. Pressure to control development budgets
MSC’s current offerings for engineers involved in additive manufacturing (AM) of polymers or metals are designed to optimize the 3D printing process to:
1. Reduce production costs,
2. Increase robustness/reliability and
3. Improve performance by optimizing design and printing parameters.
Metals and polymers have both been effectively used in additive manufacturing (AM) applications in the aircraft, automobiles, biomedical, machining, and other fields. Undefined and poorly monitored process parameters are one of the issues that are now present in this area, which forces engineers to execute numerous print jobs against various parameters. As a result, process development takes longer, there is significant material loss, and more time is spent manufacturing components that are not functional.
There are a variety of software to choose from for additive manufacturing depending on your feasibility. These additive software applications can be used with industrial 3D printers in a wide range of Singapore markets and sectors, including the automotive, pharmaceutical, architectural, art and design, consumer items, and so many more.
So before finalizing an additive solution, make sure you do a thorough research and select an efficient work package from the deal for a seamless workflow!