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Additive Assurance introduces AMiRIS-LF for LFAM process monitoring

The system is tailored for large format LPBF systems with platforms of 400mm or larger

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Additive Assurance, a provider of in-process quality assurance for metal additive manufacturing, has recently introduced its AMiRIS-LF. The AMiRIS-LF is tailored for large format Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF) systems with platforms of 400mm or larger. This system brings the company’s unique process monitoring and QA solution to larger production systems, with a focus on aerospace, defense, and energy applications.

Additive Assurance’s standard AMiRIS solution was first introduced in 2021, and today it supports eight different L-PBF machine types.

“AMiRIS-LF is a reflection of our commitment to innovation and quality in additive manufacturing, taking us a step closer to our mission of creating a universal quality assurance solution that works seamlessly across different machine brands,” said Marten Jurg, Co-founder and CEO of Additive Assurance.

Additive Assurance introduces AMiRIS-LF for LFAM process monitoring. The system is tailored for large format LPBF systems.

In addition to this, the company recently announced the establishment of a Centre of Excellence for metal additive manufacturing quality at their Oakleigh facility in Victoria, Australia.

In support of its commitment to innovation and providing class-leading quality assurance to its customers, the company recently installed and commissioned a TRUMPF/Sisma Mysint 300 laser powder bed fusion system, with ‘invaluable assistance from Headland Technology’, a prominent supplier of advanced manufacturing technologies. This advanced metal additive manufacturing system will serve as a demonstration facility for quality assurance applications and further the company’s development capabilities.

The decision to select the TRUMPF/Sisma Mysint 300 was reportedly based on its industrial readiness and impressive capabilities. Additive Assurance believes that this investment will further enhance their reputation for delivering high-quality, industry-leading solutions for quality control and productivity in metal additive manufacturing.

The Centre of Excellence in Oakleigh represents a significant investment for the company, and it is expected to be a hub of innovation and collaboration in the field of metal additive manufacturing. This state-of-the-art facility is equipped to facilitate research, development, and training, contributing to the growth and advancement of the industry.

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