Additive Flow is a firm based in London. It has unveiled a global optimization software that promises to improve 3D printing workflows. The firm has been operating in stealth since 2017. However, Additive Flow states that its FormFlow software is all set to be inspected by possible clients. It anticipates creating the program accessible for licensing in the course of this year.
FormFlow has been created, designed and marketed in an endeavor to solve several of the current issues in the 3D printing workflow. FormFlow is procedure agnostic and it is powered by physics-linked algorithms. The software is believed to possess the capability to use several user-specified parameters to enhance geometry, process, and element concurrently.
Other attributes of this program comprise of the following;
- The faster and efficient generation of optimized production files as stated by the aforementioned user-specified parameter
- Performance and cost outcomes of various design and manufacturing needs
Additionally, users will gain from the capacity of FormFlow to optimize geometries and several materials.
Although its accessibility is still some months away, the company is currently working with a wide of OEMs3D printing ecosystem firms, and SMEs on a project consultancy grounds. The projects are currently handled across different vertical markets. This is with FormFlow software being distributed to assist optimize performance, sustainability, and cost.
The mission of Additive Flow has been to improve 3D printing workflows since it was founded in 2017. This has always remained the mission of its CTO Charles Fried and CEO Alexander Pluke. Last year, Additive Flow was among the 28 firms chosen by StartUp Grind, a sovereign start-up association, to enter its Accelerate 2019 Program. The program is meant to help in the development of young firms like Additive Flow. As a 3D printing firm, Additive Flow focuses on empowering experts to open next-level execution in additive manufacturing.