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AI Co-Pilot For AM OEM Integration Launches With EOS

1000 Kelvin, the pioneering startup behind the advanced AI co-pilot platform for additive manufacturing, in collaboration with EOS, a leader in industrial-grade 3D printing solutions, have announced a major milestone: the integration of AMAIZE into the EOS software suite. The deep integration significantly expedites production workflows and enhances the engineering process for customers worldwide.

1000 Kelvin’s AMAIZE software is the ‘AI co-pilot’ for engineers, using AI models to predict print issues, perform corrections, and generate print files specific to a machine. With AMAIZE, users get prints right the first time.

With this strategic integration, 1000 Kelvin empowers customers in industries including aerospace, energy, and contract manufacturing to harness cutting-edge AI, streamlining their design processes, slashing engineering costs by up to 80%, and accelerating the introduction of new additive manufacturing (AM) products.

FKM, one of Europe’s premier AM contract manufacturers and an early adopter of the integrated solution, reports marked improvements in engineering speed and product quality, achieving new heights in manufacturing excellence.

Matthias Henkel, CEO of FKM, remarks, “1000Kelvin’s AMAIZE aligns perfectly with our commitment to digital excellence in manufacturing. It allows our engineers to predictively navigate complex components quality and consistency requirements.”

Martin Steuer, EOS’s SVP Software Division, comments, “AMAIZE’s AI predictive capabilities enable a paradigm shift from physical to digital iteration. This is an important step forward to the industrialization of additive manufacturing. Coupled with its robust cybersecurity, AMAIZE represents a significant advancement in cloud-based solutions for the industry. We’re pleased that EOS customers have now access to this value-added service within our open ecosystem platform and our EOS Developer Network Partner 1000 Kelvin.”

Omar Fergani, CEO of 1000 Kelvin, explains, “The integration with EOS software is a testament to the open architecture of EOS products and the extensive resources of the EOS Developer Network (EDN). These factors have allowed us to seamlessly incorporate the EOSPRINT APIs into our platform, ensuring that our customers can effortlessly benefit from the combined strengths of our technologies.”

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