Additive Manufacturing.

With build prep and simulation are critical to your workflow, you need a true end-to-end solution

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An integrated end-to-end solution

With each metal additive build attempt requiring a significant time and financial investment, a lot is on the line for additive manufacturers.

Avoid the risks and pitfalls of disconnected software, multiple file conversions, out of control workflows and conventional thinking with a true end-to-end process in a single eco system.

Working in an integrated solution and maintaining file relationships allows minor design changes to be rapidly propagated across the workflow steps, from generative design to 3D printing, with little to no need for manually recreating operations.

Move from design to print prep and print simulation through to post processing and inspection on one single platform.

  • Perform simple topology optimization directly in NX, or include HEEDS for complex multiphysics optimization
  • Create post-processing operations using NX CAM
  • Manage everything in TeamCenter
  • Select from a comprehensive combination of order and shop floor management tools (OP Center, AM Network, etc.)


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3D printed metal objects

 Multiple additive technologies

Discover build prep for the widest range of production printing technologies:

  • Powder bed fusion
  • Jetting
  • Directed energy deposition
  • Fused deposition modeling

Bring all your additive processes, from fixed-plane to multi-axis fused deposition modeling (FDM), robot or CNC direct energy deposition (DED), plastic or metal, into one integrated solution.

For fixed-plane, the powder bed fusion approach works with most common additive technologies (SLS, DMLS, SLM, MJF). For simple 3 axis extrusion process, leverage the Cura Integration.

For multi axis work, whether on a CNC or robot, leverage the NX CAM environment. Whether you’re working with plastic extrusion or metal direct energy deposition, using wire or powder feedstock, the multi-axis workflow is compatible, and can aid in the layup of composite structures.


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Simulation in additive manufacturing

Improve overall product quality and reduce costs by predicting defects before printing by simulating the process:

  • Simulate and compensate for distortion
  • Predict recoater collisions
  • Use build optimizer to quickly find optimal print orientation
  • Increase your first time success rate  
3D printed metal object

Additive manufacturing build optimization

New to metal powder bed fusion?

Rapidly overcome the additive learning curve with the help of the convenient cloud-based build-optimizer tool.

Quickly get a proposed optimal print orientation and coarse distortion predictions, without the need for meshing or complex setup steps.

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