Additive manufacturing requires structured geometric data in order to produce any component. However, the increasing complexity of machine controls and monitoring combined with ever-expanding design and material behavior data creates a need for a good data-management platform that doesn’t just collect information but creates intelligence.  An ecosystem for information flow from raw material to final part not only should contain a smart data-entry solution, but should form a database that can be easily analyzed for a variety of uses.

Join this session as the presenters explore the importance of a closed-loop system to facilitate the processing of data in an additive manufacturing environment and shorten the time to production.

Event Details

Additive manufacturing requires structured geometric data in order to produce any component.

Begins:
Wednesday - December 01, 2021
Ends:
Wednesday - December 01, 2021
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