Founded in 2012 by Andre Wegner, the goal of the Authentise team has always been to improve manufacturing methods and allow users to leverage the benefits of 3D printing to their maximum capabilities. Now, the firm has announced the release of a “major feature update” in the form of its new Material Management module.
Because issues with materials usage and limited knowledge about how to reuse powders persist, the Authentise team expects its new feature to positively impact the 3D printing industry. With simple tools for tracking powder—along with learning how to blend, test, and more—users have increased access to information, along with machine data, test data, and basic manual operator inputs. “Digital Material Management is the missing piece of the puzzle for us,” said Miguel Zavala, Project Leader in Laser Additive Manufacturing at TWI Ltd. in the UK. “As a certified Lloyds Register lab, we have to prove […]
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