Fabbaloo  |  September 17, 2020

Teton Simulation Launches First Software Product


3D printing software is smartening up its slicing as Teton goes live with its first product: Smart Slice for Ultimaker Essentials. We first encountered Teton Simulation Software last spring, when the company shared a look at their intelligent slicing automation solution. Read the full article


Digital Engineering  |  September 17, 2020

Simulating 3D Print Performance


After four years of development, Teton Simulation Software has officially launched its Smart Slice for Ultimaker Essentials simulation tool for optimizing 3D printer performance. Initially, the product is launching in Ultimaker's Cura Essentials Marketplace. Read the full article


Fabbaloo  |  February 24, 2020

Teton Simulation's Smart Slice Tool Works!


In order to achieve successful 3D prints, you need optimal print parameters. Enter slicing software, right? But, most slicers do not have a capability that would make things even easier – physical part simulation, in addition to a recommendation system for choosing those parameters. Read the full article


3DPrint.com  |  February 5, 2020

Teton Simulation’s Software Automatically Finds and Tests Optimal 3D Printing Parameters


In order to achieve successful 3D prints, you need optimal print parameters. Enter slicing software, right? But, most slicers do not have a capability that would make things even easier – physical part simulation, in addition to a recommendation system for choosing those parameters. Read the full article


Fabbaloo  |  April 29, 2019

Teton to Debut with Intelligent Slicing Automation


A new startup is reimagining slicing in additive manufacturing. Laramie, WY-based Teton Simulation is getting ready for its public debut. With a small wave of brand-new players gearing up for their introductions at the upcoming RAPID + TCT, including some highly intriguing pursuits in software, it’s an interesting time right now for conversations. A very trusted contact in the software world thoughtfully pointed me to Teton as one to watch. Read the full article