All Things Ansys 062: Optimizing Materials Selection for Additive Manufacturing with Ansys Granta

 

Published on: May 4th, 2020
With: Eric Miller, Pam Waterman & Robert McCathren
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In this episode your host and Co-Founder of PADT, Eric Miller is joined by PADT’s Pam Waterman and Robert McCathren for a discussion on how Ansys Granta can be used to help optimize hardware selection for additive manufacturing. The Senvol Database details 1,000 AM machines and more than 850 compatible materials. Using this tool within Granta Selector, you can search and compare materials based on properties, type, or compatible machines.

If you would like to learn more about the Ansys tool and it’s applications for additive, check out our webinar on the topic here: https://bit.ly/2SAZN8G

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Optimizing Materials Selection for Additive with ANSYS Granta – Webinar

There are hundreds of industrial AM machines and materials. New products come to market weekly, and picking the best option for a manufacturing or research project is a tough call. A wrong direction can be costly. This is where Ansys Granta and the Senvol Database come in handy. 

The Senvol Database details 1,000 AM machines and more than 850 compatible materials. Using this tool within Granta Selector, you can search and compare materials based on properties, type, or compatible machines. Identify and compare machines based on supported processes, manufacturer, required part size, cost, or compatible materials (and their properties). Quickly focus on the most likely routes to achieve project goals, save time and get new ideas as you research AM options.

Join PADT’s Application Engineer Robert McCathren for an overview of Ganta Material Selector, along with its importance and applications for those working with or interested in additive manufacturing.

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All Things ANSYS 044: Optimize Materials Knowledge & Applications with ANSYS Granta pt. 2

 

Published on: August 14th, 2019
With: Eric Miller, Anthony Dawson, & David Cebon
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In this episode, the continuation of our discussion on ANSYS Granta, your host and Co-Founder of PADT, Eric Miller is joined by Anthony Dawson, Senior Director of Materials Business Unit Product Operations at ANSYS, and David Cebon, Chief Technologist at ANSYS Granta, as they dive deeper and discuss the history of the company, and the specific tools that make up the Granta family of products.

If you would like to learn more about what’s available in this latest release check out PADT’s webinar on ANSYS Granta here: https://bit.ly/3001IFA

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All Things ANSYS 043: Optimize Materials Knowledge & Applications with ANSYS Granta pt. 1

 

Published on: August 12th, 2019
With: Eric Miller, Ward Rand, & John Perek
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In this episode your host and Co-Founder of PADT, Eric Miller is joined by Ward Rand, one of PADT’s other Co-Founders, and John Perek, Principal Materials Engineer at Honeywell Aerospace to discuss the introduction of Granta to the ANSYS product line, its benefits for materials selection & analysis, and thoughts the Honeywell team has had since implementing it into their workflow.

If you would like to learn more about what’s available in this latest release check out PADT’s webinar on ANSYS Granta here: https://bit.ly/3001IFA

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Optimize Materials Knowledge and Applications with ANSYS Granta – Webinar

Every product is made from materials, and in order to correctly select and apply said materials, decisions need to be based on analysis on the right information. ANSYS Granta software ensures accurate, consistent, traceable materials information every time and provides the tools you need to support design, research and teaching.

This toolkit is divided into three main products, each designed to accomplish a variety of different tasks when it comes to enabling smart material choices:

ANSYS GRANTA MI is the leading system for materials information management in engineering enterprises. A single “gold source” for your organization’s materials IP saves time, cuts costs and eliminates risk.

ANSYS CES Selector is the standard tool for materials selection and graphical analysis of materials properties. A comprehensive materials data library, plus unique software tools enable you to use materials to innovate and evolve your products.

ANSYS Materials Data allows users to gain easy access to the material property data you need for structural analysis, from within ANSYS Mechanical. Find coverage of many important materials classes, save time wasted searching for and converting data and gain greater confidence in your data inputs.

Join PADT’s Application Engineer and ANSYS Granta expert, Robert McCathren for a deep dive into the capabilities of this new release and how you can benefit from applying it in your organization.

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