Gain 55% in cooling with DfAM of a copper 3D printed CPU cooler

A custom microchannel design that meets 3D printing manufacturing requirements requires a sophisticated solution. These problems limit the freedom to manufacture and design cooling/thermal management devices. Generative design through topology optimization, taking DfAM (Design for Addictive Manufacturing) rules into account, offers the solution.

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