Step 1: Create the design
Use Creo (7.0+) to create generative designs for additive manufacturing by using state-of-the-art functions like (topology) optimization, lattice structures and further DfAM techniques...
Step 2: Prepare the build job
With the Creo functions for 3D Printing preparation, the model can be oriented, supported and nested in the tray within a few steps.
Step 3: Run simulation and conduct distortion compensation
The Amphyon for Creo Plugin runs a mechanical process simulation for all models in the tray. Afterwards, all models are replaced by modified geometries that compensate distortion from the printing process, including adjusted support structures.
Step 4: Print the parts
Final build job files are generated by Creo and the models can accurately be printed.