3DEXPERIENCE Print to Perform Solution

Dassault Systèmes has released a new workflow, 3DEXPERIENCE Print to Perform, as part of their product innovation platform. This post reviews the offering.

It is amazing to see how quickly we’ve come into the generative design age, at least from a capability perspective. Within the past two years, numerous software providers have announced new capabilities to produce designs autonomously. And while that is a good thing, few solutions can take someone from beginning to the end of the process. That is what is so interesting about this new workflow solution from Dassault Systèmes.

In this post, we’ll start by reviewing the steps in the process. Then we’ll transition to talk about the implications and advantages of this solution. Then we’ll wrap it up with a summary.

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