CERN selects Simufact Additive for SimulationMay 29, 2018
The Mechanical and Materials group at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) has chosen Simufact Additive to simulate the Selective Laser Melting process for predicting the deformation of parts for superconducting magnets and radio-frequency (RF) components.
“Predicting deformation is key to achieve first-time-right accurate parts, especially for parts made with expensive materials such as niobium developed for Superconducting RF application,” says Romain Gérard, AM engineer, CERN.
“We regard CERN as a flagship customer because of the level of expertise they instill in our growing academic community,” says Dr. Hendrik Schafstall, managing director and CTO at Simufact Engineering.
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