Lattice Design for Additive Manufacturing Product Development
Lattice structures are essential for generating value with additive manufacturing. However, every product has a unique set of design requirements. Is it possible to reuse your engineering design processes so that you don’t have to start from scratch every time?
In this webinar, Izzy de la Guardia, Application Engineer at Fast Radius, shows you how they use nTop Platform in their design process to accelerate product development. She gives tips on how to break down a design request, decide which lattice type to choose, and generate lattice structures with DfAM in mind.
Also, Annika Norden, Customer Success Engineer at nTopology, shows you how to build a design study in nTop Platform to visualize and evaluate your lattice structures. She goes through tested techniques to help you move from a digital prototype to a physical 3D printed structure.
Join this webinar to learn how to:
- Design lattice structures for additive manufacturing
- Decide which lattice type is best for each application
- Move from a digital prototype to a 3D printed part
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Annika Norden, Customer Success Engineer at nTopology
Annika is an engineer, designer, and creator, excited by any opportunity that brings these facets together. After studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan, she joined the Customer Success team at nTopology where she is able to collaborate and innovate everyday.
Izzy de la Guardia, Application Engineer at Fast Radius
Izzy de la Guardia is an Application Engineer at Fast Radius, working with customers to identify value-add production opportunities for additive manufacturing, optimize their parts for the process, and ramp up to production. She studied Manufacturing and Design Engineering and Entrepreneurship at Northwestern University, which equipped her with a broad and holistic understanding of product design that allows her to engage customers throughout the development cycle, from commercial discussions to production.