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08-14-2018

3D Printing Factory with Partfinder

Tool Automatically Searches Large Volumes of Data

Partfinder analyzes 3D CAD data and stores the resulting information in a database (© Additive Innovation)

Additive Innovation GmbH, Mömbris, Germany (AI), presents a Partfinder software for 3D printing. The tool automatically searches large volumes of data in the additive manufacturing process for components suitable for 3D printing.

Software Detects 3D Printing Potenzial

The new software Partfinder analyzes 3D CAD data geometrically as well as on the basis of the construction history, PMI and metadata. The information thus obtained is stored in a database. Subsequently, the components are filtered according to the desired search criteria and presented in a list with a 3D graphic and all relevant information. According to the manufacturer, Multiprocessor calculation allows large data sets to be examined fully automatically, quickly and easily for the 3D printing potential.

Due to the quality of the low-priced, high-strength and isotropic components, the process should be equally suitable for prototypes and for use in small batches without further reworking of the printed parts.

As a spin-off of the software manufacturer CoreTechnologie and distribution partner of Hewlett Packard (HP), the company Additive Innovation GmbH, which was founded in January 2018, started operations at the company's headquarters in Mömbris near Aschaffenburg, Germany. Managing director is Michael Knaak, a specialist in the field of 3D printing. Additive Innovation explains its mission to optimize additive manufacturing processes with specialized software tools that are specifically tailored to the needs of each company. Further information is available at www.additive-innovation.com .

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