AMT’s Digital Manufacturing System automates the steps of the Additive Manufacturing process to safely reduce cost and increase consistency.
UK-based Additive Manufacturing Technologies Limited (AMT) has developed a fully automated system to control the complete Additive Manufacturing chain from build to final inspection.
Displayed at AMT’s 3D printed stand at Formnext 2019, the DMS is holistically designed to enable additive manufacturing to reach its cost-effective potential. AMT is now backed by a $5.2 million Series A round of funding, led by DSM Venturing and Foresight.
Post-processing is an often neglected problem in the Additive Manufacturing process chain. According to AMT, it is responsible for up to 60% of the cost of a 3D printed part. Post-processing is often highly manual, slow and inconsistent, ultimately depleting the advantages of using 3D printing.
To overcome this bottleneck the Digital Manufacturing System (DMS ) digitally controls all stages of the workflow, ensuring efficiency through integration and advanced robotic technologies.
(Source: Additive Manufacturing Technologies)
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