Interspectral and AMEXCI awarded funding for RnD project: “AM Intelligence – A Platform for data driven defect detection in Additive manufacturing”

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Interspectral and AMEXCI are pleased to announce that they have been awarded funding from the Swedish innovation agency Vinnova for a 500.000 Euro RnD project called “AM Intelligence”.

In collaboration with their German partners Fraunhofer ILT and BCT, Interspectral and AMEXCI will develop a platform for data-driven defect detection in additive manufacturing.

“We are thrilled that our project in the very tough competition was chosen by Vinnova, it is a strong indication that we have a good team and are addressing a very important topic for the AM industry,” said Isabelle Hachette, CEO at Interspectral.

“This funding will allow us to accelerate the development of our product AM Explorer and continue to drive innovation in the additive manufacturing industry together with leading partners.”

AM Explorer in action at AddUp , Interspectral. Norrköping

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is a rapidly growing field that has the potential to revolutionize the way products are made. However, one of the challenges facing the industry is the ability to detect defects in 3D-printed parts. This is where AM Intelligence comes in.

“We are excited to be a part of the AM Intelligence project and see the potential for AI to improve the quality and reliability of 3D-printed parts in the additive manufacturing industry,” said Edvin Resebo, CEO at AMEXCI. “This funding from Vinnova allows us to continue driving innovation and advancing the capabilities of our technology.”      

AMEXCI AB, Karlskoga, is leading AM for Swedish and Europe industries in a wide array sectors like
defense, consumer goods, automotive, connectivity etc.

AM Intelligence is a project that will explore how high-resolution sensor data, data fusion, advanced machine learning algorithms, and 3D visualization can support users to detect defects more efficiently in 3D-printed parts. This allows manufacturers to quickly and accurately identify and fix defects, improving the quality and reliability of their products.

Interspectral and AMEXCI are two companies at the forefront of the additive manufacturing industry, and this funding from Vinnova will allow them to continue pushing the boundaries of what is possible with this technology.

We look forward to the continued development of AM Intelligence and the positive impact it will have on the additive manufacturing industry.

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