Methodology for Additive Manufacturing

Supporting the adoption of additive manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing is creating new opportunities for designers, manufacturers and end users.

To maximize the benefits that additive manufacturing can offer, it is essential to make the right decisions about the most accurate material and technology, as well as to define in which process of the value chain additive manufacturing really gives added value. According to various surveys conducted in recent years, the lack of knowledge of these new technologies has been a difficulty for different companies.

Methodology for Additive Manufacturing (M4AM) automates decision-making based on the knowledge accumulated by experts in the field, accelerating and simplifying the adoption of additive manufacturing and allowing these technologies to be available to everyone.

Leverage additive manufacturing for your business

Specialized consulting and engineering services for additive manufacturing adoption and industrialization.

Improvement of value chain

Supporting the identification of processes in the value chain where additive manufacturing adds value.

Clear roadmap

Supporting the view of gap capabilities, level of investments required and ROI to be expected.

Product catalogue suitable for additive manufacturing

Supporting the use case definition and additive manufacturing-oriented redesign of parts with our team of experts.

Additive manufacturing – a disruptive technology

Full industrialization of AM is just a few years ahead, so now is the time to prepare your business to reap the benefits.

Related resources

Factsheet

Methodology for Adoption of Additive Manufacturing

M4AM (Methodology for Additive Manufacturing) will help you seamlessly adapt AM into your process.

Blog

3D Printing in Manufacturing Industries

3D printing is one of the potential game changers that could completely disrupt the manufacturing value chain.

Press Release

Metal 3D Printing to Create Next-Generation Spacecraft Component

Atos and Materialise create a revolutionary lightweight titanium insert for spacecraft structures. It can only be manufactured by additive manufacturing.

Award

Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge

Additive World Awards presented Atos as winner for “Aerospace Integrated Bearing” in the professionals category.

Our experts

Stefan Zimmermann

Global B&PS CTO Industry 4.0

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Raul Cuadrado

Additive Manufacturing & Industry 4.0 Business Development

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