Canvas Category Software : Engineering : Additive Manufacturing
Hyperganic builds software to design objects that are as complex, functional, elegant and sustainable as Nature. Our algorithms generate parts, structures and entire machines through a process of digital evolution. Our A.I. software platform automates the creation of highly functional parts, structures and entire machines to be mass produced in Digital Factories using Industrial 3D Printing.
Physics-Driven Generative Design: The Future of Engineering
Building the world’s most efficient air-conditioning system in the United Arab Emirates
We believe that by combining Algorithmic Engineering with industrial 3D printing, we can engineer A/C units that, over the cycle of a year, consume only 10% of the energy of a conventional device. After long discussions with Hans Langer, founder of AM giant EOS, I am now convinced that we can do it at scale, and at a price point that is competitive with traditionally manufactured units.
The cost to buy one and operate it for one year should not exceed the same amount of money that you need to invest in an off-the-shelf A/C. This is what’s needed for a tipping point — I think we can do it. It’s going to be super hard and take a lot of effort on many fronts – engineering, manufacturing and industrialization. We have our work cut out for us, and I sincerely hope, we will get it done.
We just built the world’s largest 3D-printed aerospike rocket engine
EOS sister company AMCM completed the print of the world’s largest aerospike rocket engine. It was engineered completely in Hyperganic Core using advanced software algorithms and has never seen a single piece of manual CAD. It’s likely the most complex AM part ever produced — it broke all conventional workflows. AMCM printed it in copper in their massive 1m build volume machine. The engine stands at 80cm tall.