It should be noted that this represents an increase of 21% compared to 2018. These expenses include the purchase of material machinery, but also the development of new methods and processes. The vast majority of companies involved in these techniques are industrial manufacturing. Using “discrete” manufacturing, they include easily identifiable products. As a result, automotive, electronics and aerospace manufacturers are on the lookout for tomorrow’s processes. However, obstacles remain today. This includes, taking into account the evolution of regulatory standards on the subject and the unique requirements of each profession, from the request for testing to serial life.
Aware of these challenges, BASSETTI offers its TEEXMA® Materials solution, which, beyond a traditional materials software, facilitates collaboration between the actors of the various departments. For example, the follow-up of the transformations of the parts at the end of additive manufacturing is carried out thanks to a single reference system allowing the management of standard data and specific data in an ergonomic interface and guaranteeing the confidentiality of your information.
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