Overcoming the Design Dilemma: Balancing the Organic Shapes of Topology Optimization, & Precision Tolerances in Additive Manufacturing with Post-Process Machining
Ryan Carter – Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
This recording features a presentation from the CDFAM Computational Design (+DfAM) Symposium by Ryan Carter from Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.
Presentation Title: Overcoming the Design Dilemma: Balancing the Organic Shapes of Topology Optimization & Precision Tolerances in Additive Manufacturing with Post-Process Machining
Abstract: Ryan Carter, of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, delivers a thought-provoking presentation that addresses a key design dilemma faced in the additive manufacturing field. Carter delves into the challenge of balancing the organic shapes derived from topology optimization with the requirements for precision tolerances in additive manufacturing, coupled with the demands of post-process machining. He presents a thorough analysis of this issue, bringing in insights from his significant experience in the domain. Carter discusses potential solutions to harmonize these seemingly conflicting elements, illuminating strategies to optimize design and manufacturing processes and achieve precision in the final product. Audience: This presentation is ideal for professionals, researchers, and academics in the fields of computational design, additive manufacturing, topology optimization, and precision engineering. Individuals keen on exploring the intricacies of design optimization and precision manufacturing in additive production processes will find this presentation highly relevant.
Please note: The CDFAM Computational Design (+DfAM) Symposium is a distinguished forum for the exchange of expertise among leaders in computational design and additive manufacturing. This recording is offered for educational and professional development purposes.