The new version offers speed improvements of up to nine times for file management and is capable of handling larger files. New simulation features include ‘part compensation’, which allows users to predict and compensate heat-related part deformation. The new version also makes it possible to simulate heat diffusion, which prevents overheating during the print process. Materialise Simulation 2.0 is available as an optional module with Materialise Magics 23.
Attendees at the RAPID + TCT Conference can learn more by visiting Materialise at booth 1417at Cobo Center in Detroit May 20-23, 2019.
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