Today, 3D-printed prototypes form an integral part of the product development process. Additively manufactured parts are gaining traction in various industries and the demand for 3D-printed parts has never been higher, but so is the pressure on teams involved in printing all these parts.
To give these teams the confidence to deliver qualitative 3D-printed parts, on time, day after day, Materialise has developed Streamics. Materialise Streamics is a pre-configured AM-specific database system which helps to manage and streamline 3D printing operations and makes them an intrinsic part of a business.
"As we ramp up to production on the LEAP fuel nozzle, Materialise Streamics will be our production control software for Additive Manufacturing. It will be an invaluable tool to help us save time and eliminate manual processes."Greg Morris, Additive Technology Leader, GE Aviation