Barriers to adoption of 3D printing technology
- DesignMost current CAD tools don’t take advantage of additive manufacturing/3D printing possibilities.
- Manufacturing production management If 3D printers are not integrated into Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) they could be hard to monitor when problems occur.
- Manufacturing data preparationData from CAD software in most cases needs pre-processing to be printed.
- Access to the “right printer” Manufacturers need visibility of all machines to select the right 3D printer for the right job.
- Printed parts postprocessingPost-processing of additive manufacturing parts is often programmed with different software tools.
- Data integrityFile corruption or data loss can make additive manufacturing unscalable and unsafe.
How can we help?
- Improving and optimizing slicing and path calculation routines
- Modernizing and customizing existing 3D Design tools to seamlessly support additive manufacturing processes.
- Helping to create completely new product definition methodologies through generative design algorithms and custom-tailored solutions
- Enhancing 3D Printing production management through IoT technologies
- Commercialize additive manufacturing through comprehensive 3D printing web platforms/portals.
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