An innovative UK-based optimisation expert in additive manufacturing workflow has become the latest member of the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry.
London-based Additive Flow has worked with the MTC-based National Centre for Additive Manufacturing (NCAM) in Coventry on projects with major multi-nationals, using their unique software technology for optimising the speed, cost and quality additive manufactured products, which deliver major efficiencies and innovation across the manufacturing production life cycle.
Founded in 2017, Additive Flow pioneered unique software that optimises across design, manufacture and quality simultaneously, empowering engineers with the sustainability, economic and engineering decisions that can improve performance delivery as well as reducing costs.
Additive Flow chief executive Alexander Pluke said:
The MTC aims to accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing in the UK and also improve seamless digital workflows to connect silos across, design, simulation, production and testing. This is an area that aligns with Additive Flow's technology and has led to the collaboration with the MTC for almost two years. The work so far is creating blueprint workflows for the industrialisation of additive manufacturing and other hybrid or established technologies so organisations can rapidly connect their workflows to reduce complexity as well as leverage their existing data, tools and investments.
Andrew Triantaphyllou, Technical specialist in design for additive manufacturing at the MTC said:
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