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Netfabb Additive Manufacturing Blog

Autodesk is working with AMSYSTEMS to bring the next generation of multi-material additive manufacturing to mass production.

AMSYSTEMS Center, a collaboration between TNO and the Eindhoven University of Technology focuses on the development of next generation multi-material/multi-technology AM equipment and the integration of AM technologies towards mass-customization production chains, enabling the industry to produce first-time-right products in aerospace, automotive, food, and pharma.  Autodesk is working with AMSYSTEMS Center to provide software expertise and capabilities to bring this next generation of industrial additive multi-material and process systems to the market.

Building on the back of pioneering work such as the PrintValley system and the FieldLab Multi Material-3D of AMSYSTEMS Center, along with the expertise and experience from other manufacturing technologies, Autodesk will optimize workflows in Netfabb for fast, reliable, and efficient production of complex end use parts in a manner that has not been possible with current technology.

“We’re excited to partner with the leading 3D printing software company to build the first real-time 3D printing software platform that supports integrated inspection and correction. Starting with Autodesk’s 3D printing software suite, we’ll develop this new workspace for AMSYSTEMS Center’s 3D printing factory-of-the-future.” 

– Riley Reese, Innovation Program Manager and Business Development at TNO

AMSYSTEMS Center is a member of the Autodesk Developer Network, which gives them tools and technologies to extend the capabilities of their Autodesk software. The ADN program helps developers use Autodesk’s large investments and expertise in design, engineering, and media and entertainment platform technologies to further their own technology.

 

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Kimberly Stout

I am a Social Media & Community Manager, focused on the topics of Generative Design, Additive Manufacturing, and Autodesk's vision for the Future of Making Things.

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