12/28/2018 | 1 MINUTE READ

AMFG and LEO Lane Collaborate on End-to-End AM Workflow Software

AMFG and LEO Lane partner to integrate software solutions and offer end-to-end secure workflow solutions for additive manufacturing.


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AMFG has announced a partnership with LEO Lane that will integrate their software to offer customers a secure solution for end-to-end additive manufacturing (AM) workflow management, including virtual inventories and on-demand production. The partnership will enhance AMFG’s MES system by adding LEO Lane’s security solutions to its offering. These security solutions include IP protection, secure and real-time tracking of digital assets, and  control over consistency, quality and quantity of parts and products as part of a secured workflow management system. LEO Lane’s customers can benefit from AMFG’s end-to-end workflow management solutions, including production scheduling, postprocessing scheduling and file preparation tools.

The combination of workflow management and file security solutions provides the means for companies to manage their digital inventories and facilitate on-demand production. The two companies have already acquired their first joint industrial client and are looking forward to working with more in the future.

“Security and IP protection are two of the main considerations for additive manufacturing today,” says Keyvan Karimi, CEO of AMFG. “Customers want to be sure that all files and data are secure as they go about managing their AM operations. Our partnership further enhances AMFG’s holistic approach to managing additive manufacturing workflows.”

“Securely automating the workflow is a must for serial production with AM,” says Lee-Bath Nelson, LEO Lane’s co-founder and VP of business. “Companies such as our joint customer with AMFG need an end-to-end solution to manage their AM process efficiently and securely. The combination of AMFG and LEO Lane provides just such a solution.”