Optisys reducing antenna parts by 99% with 3D printing and simulation software

Optisys reducing antenna parts by 99% with 3D printing and simulation software

Utah-based startup Optisys is rethinking metal antenna production using a Concept Laser 3D printer. By doing so, Optisys states it has managed to reduce: number of parts, the weight of parts, lead times and production costs. Optisys has combined additive manufacturing technology with advanced simulation tools to design RF antennas and components that would not have been possible to produce until recently. Researchers from South Korea have similarly deployed 3D printing to create a horn antenna for electromagnetic wave research. Metal 3D printed RF parts showcase the use of geometric design. Shaving weight Antennas are an ever-present component in […]

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