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Additive Manufacturing Using FLOW-3D
Posted Tue April 10, 2018 @12:40PM
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Announcements Flow Science will host Additive Manufacturing Using FLOW-3D: Continued on April 17th.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate how some of the world's leading 3D printing companies and end users of AM technologies, national labs and universities are using FLOW-3D's multiphysics modeling capabilities to gain process insights and ultimately, optimize the various print parameters for AM processes.


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Since last year's FLOW-3D webinar on additive manufacturing simulations, we have made tremendous progress in simulating at the micro- and mesoscale the various aspects of laser powder bed fusion, binder jetting and direct energy deposition processes.

Register today at: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/66587505 59413105411

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