Although additive manufacturing is related to new technologies, the reality is that it has been used for decades. The main actors of the different sectors have used it first for prototyping and later for manufacturing small series.
Additive manufacturing technology is rapidly evolving to the point that it is ready for business use. This rapid advance, together with the benefits it can bring to all companies regardless of their size will lead to a massive adoption of these technologies over the next few years.
Atos offers solutions to support you in the industrialization of additive manufacturing. Our solutions allow a faster adoption of additive manufacturing, first with our consultancy services that help you identify the major levers, later we integrate additive manufacturing in the running business and finally we simplify the certification process of printed parts.
Maximizing the benefits of the technology.
Increasing market share and customer satisfaction
Integrating additive manufacturing in those processes of value chain that will improve your service.
Sharing designs with IP protected
Using blockchain to provide traceability to designs shared.
Achieving first-time-right in additive manufacturing
Using analytics and neural networks to predict the appearance of porosity during manufacturing.
Reduction of certification cost and time
Making relevant data for certification available at a click.
With decades of experience in the manufacturing market, Atos is the ideal partner to support companies in the adoption of additive manufacturing. Our solutions will take additive manufacturing to the next level.
Atos’ additive manufacturing solutions offer cloud and on premise services completely compatible with other enterprise systems. Companies can request and print parts in a few clicks with the protection that only a global IT leader can offer. Parts are monitored and analyzed during the manufacturing and a complete qualification log is available in a few minutes.
Atos takes part in the European R&D project RePAIR to revolutionize aircraft maintenance with 3D printing.
Twelve organizations join forces to develop additive technologies for in situ manufacturing of spare aircraft parts.
Atos and Materialise create a revolutionary lightweight titanium insert for spacecraft structures. It can only be manufactured by additive manufacturing.
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