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Trumpf and Siemens are developing software for the design and preparation of 3D printed metal parts

Additive Manufacturing Trumpf & Siemens to drive additive manufacturing

Jan 24, 2017

Trumpf & Siemens,the two companies are working together, the aim is to integrate and streamline the entire powderbed- based laser metal fusion (LMF) process for Trumpf printing machines into Siemens NX™ software.

Siemens and Trumpf, a laser system manufacturer announced a new partnership to help industrialise laser metal fusion technology and make the additive manufacturing process for metal parts an integral part of the production process. The two companies are working together to develop a software solution for the design and preparation of 3D printed metal parts. The aim is to integrate and streamline the entire powderbed- based laser metal fusion (LMF) process for Trumpf printing machines into Siemens NX™ software. Elaborating on this collaboration, Tony Hemmelgarn, CEO and President, Siemens PLM Software, said, “Our combined solution will offer customers a high degree of process reliability thanks to its use of smart product models through all phases of the process.” Speaking on the industrial application, Peter Leibinger, Head – Electronics Division, Trumpf Laser Technology, added, “These are decisive factors in making additive manufacturing a realistic proposition for industrial applications. Our partnership will result in an optimum interaction between machines and softwares.”

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