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Jun 24, 2024

Altair partners with HP to improve 3D printing with proprietary material information

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  • Altair, a provider of computational intelligence, has partnered with HP, a global technology company, to enhance its Altair Material Data Center with proprietary material information from HP to improve the design and production of 3D-printed parts.

  • The partnership aims to facilitate access to accurate material property data by integrating HP's material data into the Altair Material Data Center. This will enable engineers to design efficient parts, perform detailed structural analysis using finite element analysis (FEA), and predict and fix manufacturing defects during the design and simulation process. 

  • The partnership is claimed to enable the production of better products, decrease production timelines, and minimize waste from the prototyping process.

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