From single part to infinity and back: learn how AM-Flow helps additive manufacturing companies on their voyage of automation, from the first steps to massively scaled digital production.
During this interview, Hugo asked his view about Additive Manufacturing industry, the importance of workflow automation, quality control and the cooperation with AM-Flow.
Buffer Unit combined with VISION, and SORT ensures that parts are stored safely and securely, ready for use in the next stage of production.
AM-Flow’s automated solution for part identification and sorting drives down the cost-per-part of 3D printing, enabling scalability like never before.
What is holding additive manufacturing back from broad industrial adoption and scalability? A lot of it comes down to cost, and this is still too high…
During this interview, Carlos informs about Anthony’s vision, experiences and developments within the additive manufacturing industry alongside traditional manufacturing companies.
Intelligent System Solutions with Autonomous Mobile Robot: AM-Flow and OMRON
Additive manufacturing relies on three elements: design, production and post-processing. What are the current trends within each of these areas and how are they evolving to support the industrialisation of 3D printing?
Ronald Scheer van Fontys Hogeschool Eindhoven in gesprek met Dennis Lieffering, Markering Manager bij AM-Flow over het belang van automatisering binnen Additive Manufacturing
BMW research explores value of AI for automated AM part identification in automotive. AM-Flow’s AM-VISION identified as next step towards large-scaled AM production
Where are we today in terms of automation in additive manufacturing? The article written by AMFG highlights four key trends driving the development of automation solutions in AM.
Listen to the recorded expert panel discussion with Lee-Bath Nelson, Yann Rageul and Carlos Zwikker, moderated by Chris Beck exploring what manufacturers should consider when it comes to effectively deploying AM to increase efficiencies throughout the entire workflow, while decreasing the vulnerability of the production chain.
Almost everywhere, 3D-printed parts are still manually identified, sorted and finished. According to Dennis Lieffering, this can be done faster and better via automation that uses sensors, data and AI.
Stefan Rink, CEO AM-Flow explains how post-processing software and hardware enables 3D printing to become a fully digital, fully connected part of the factory of the future.
Recap AMS 2021: The Gaps in Automating 3D Printing for Production by by Michael Molitch-Hou | 3DPrint.com