Check out our newest video and feature of the Anomaly Dashboard for additive manufacturing processes. Instead of manually clicking through recoating images layer by layer, the image recognition tool automatically identifies and reports recoating defects. This saves not only analyses time, but also enables a much earlier recognition of defects during the printing process.
Our co-founder, Caroline Albert, was recently interviewed by HI:TECH Campus Magazine, the professional journal for graduates of technical faculties.
Our Co-Founder Franz Engel will be on TV this week! The Dutch television program “Business in Europe” will broadcast nebumind together with our partner Ceratizit in its newest episode and show, how nebumind and Ceratizit optimize the milling process based on machine data. Make sure, you tune in!
The Additive Manufacturing Conference 2021, initiated by OC Oerlikon, took place a while ago, but the vision we presented there only got more important by now. Find out why the evaluation of data in 3D printing is crucial in this interview by our co-founder, Caroline Albert.
Our latest use case with CERATIZIT shows how the nebumind software can be used to analyse the stability of the milling process. Having machine and sensor data stored and visualized not only temporal, but also spatial, enables a direct comparison of successive milling steps independent of milling speed or trajectory.
The new issue of Beyond Surfaces customer magazine provides a review of the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Conference in October 2021 and features our co-founder Caroline with her thoughts on the potential of digitization in the AM industry.
Another great article on nebumind in the Composites World magazine. It introduces our software in detail and presents its various applications, which can be used in composite manufacturing environments to reduce production waste and cost.
Our Co-Founder Franz has been interviewed by Composites for Europe, one of the leading European trade fairs and forums for innovations in composites, technologies and applications. What Franz told about nebumind, its value for the composite industry and our view on the digitalisation degree of the manufacturing industry in Germany, you can read here.
We have performed another integration of our software into an EOS machine used for metal 3D printing together with Ariane Group. Our software can now be easily connected to EOS 3D printers and collect and visualize data as “digital product twins” during manufacture.
We have performed the first integration of our software into a KUKA robot at Fraunhofer IGCV in Augsburg. Our software can now be easily connected to KUKA robots and collect and visualize data as “digital product twins” during manufacturing.