AMRS from Link3D Improves 3D Printing Workflow
Link3D’s Additive Material Recommendation System (AMRS) is said to help with material selection for 3D printing based on qualitative and quantitative specifications for production.
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Link3D’s Additive Material Recommendation System (AMRS) is said to help engineers select the most appropriate materials based on qualitative and quantitative specifications for production. The AMRS is integrated into the company’s existing industrial 3D printing workflow solution to simplify material selection processes.
AMRS is an intelligent recommendation and filtering system that enables new-to-additive engineers to select the material that best fits their 3D printing builds. Engineers with an existing understanding of AM materials can easily access technical data for quicker decision-making without having to manually review material manufacturers’ spec sheets.
Users can also narrow down material selections by filtering qualitative key characteristics, including polymer and metal characteristics. They can also filter by technical material property ranges and by material manufacturer.
Link3D’s AMRS is said to not only help engineers achieve their design goals, but increase overall understanding of the additive manufacturing capabilities and workflows.
Engineers using the AMRS tool will be able to stay up-to-date with available technologies within their internal facility and 3D printing supplier network. This tool speed up design-cycle and production-cycle time, and add a more efficient and streamlined additive manufacturing execution system to a company’s overall additive manufacturing workflow process, Link3D says.