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Dyndrite introduces upgraded LPBF Pro software

Offering enhanced user features based on extensive user testing and feedback

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Dyndrite, the provider of the GPU-accelerated computation engine used to create digital manufacturing hardware and software, has released an updated version of Dyndrite LPBF Pro, the company’s 3D printing software for Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) machines, including those from Aconity3D, EOS, Nikon SLM Solutions, Renishaw, and Xact Metal.

Dyndrite LPBF Pro is a GPU-powered software toolkit that provides metal AM manufacturers with previously unattainable capabilities, including the ability to print previously impossible parts, define accelerated build strategies, and automate their build preparation. The software is designed to enhance the productivity, precision, traceability, and repeatability of AM materials development and serial production processes while managing the increasing data demands of AM. The software sets a new standard in the development of materials, alloys, and multi-materials parameter sets, can work with multiple layer heights, enables the printing of intricate geometry, including small features, thin walls, domes, and cantilevers, provides extensive surface roughness controls, and offers methods for developing support-free print strategies. Dyndrite LPBF Pro is used within the aerospace,  defense, rocketry, automotive, energy, and medical industries.

Dyndrite introduces upgraded LPBF Pro software. Offers enhanced user features based on extensive user testing and feedback.

Enhanced functionality

Updates include more control over part and build plate interfaces for supports, including APIs for part avoidance and connection; advanced tools for heat exchangers/thin walls, beam stirring, and multi-optic strategies that all have expanded APIs, along with best-in-class build time estimations; new APIs with examples addressing multi-laser constraints; and a novel integrated documentation and scripting interface that educates users as they interact with the product.

“Over the past six months, we’ve collaborated closely with the members of our Early Adopter Program to ensure our toolkit addresses their most significant technical challenges and process control needs,” said Steve Walton, Head of Development for Dyndrite. “Their feedback has been invaluable, and is incorporated in this latest release. We are excited to see what our users will be able to accomplish with these new tools.”

Dyndrite introduces upgraded LPBF Pro software. Offers enhanced user features based on extensive user testing and feedback.

Enhanced Renishaw support

Renishaw QuantAM users can now leverage Dyndrite LPBF Pro’s 3D Volumetric Segmentation tools to analyze and assign multiple parameters to a part. Using this method Renishaw users were able to successfully print coupons with overhangs down to 30° support-free.

“Dyndrite has shown an incredible level of commitment to our industry with the release of Dyndrite LPBF Pro product,” said Kevin Brigden Application Engineering Manager at Renishaw. “The leveraging of Renishaw’s QuantAM API ensures that our current and future customers have the opportunity to easily explore the incredibly powerful toolsets offered by Dyndrite. I’m extremely keen to see the novel solutions developed with volumetric segmentation and the increased performance gained with Dyndrite’s powerful tool path customization capabilities.”

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