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Podcast: Rescale powers Innovation in Antenna Design

In this Big Compute podcast, Gabriel Broner hosts Mike Hollenbeck, founder and CTO at Optisys. Optisys is a startup that is changing the antenna industry. Using HPC in the cloud and 3D printing they are able to design customized antennas which are much smaller, lighter and higher performing than traditional antennas.

Video: ExaAM – Transforming Additive Manufacturing through Exascale Simulation

In this video from the HPC User Forum in Detroit, John Turner, Oak Ridge National Laboratory presents: ExaAM – Transforming Additive Manufacturing through Exascale Simulation. “The goal of ExaAM is to develop an AM simulator that will give researchers a tool to determine the best method to print parts with complex geometries and site-specific properties, complemented by real-time, in situ process visualization, analyses and optimization. Coupled with a modern computer-aided design tool, the simulator will allow the routine use of AM to build unique, qualifiable metal alloy parts across many industries relevant to DOE.”

ANSYS Software Powers Additive Manufacturing of Metal Components

Ansys is hoping to transform how industries such as aerospace and defense, biotech and automotive can manufacture metal parts thanks to its new solutions for metal additive manufacturing. “Our technology spurs the efficient creation of parts for some of the world’s most demanding applications, including military machines on foreign soil, spacecraft on other planets and even custom-printed human body parts at hospitals.”