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CEAD and ADAXIS collaborate on robotic LFAM efficiency

The partnership aims to strengthen the integration between the Flexbot system and AdaOne software

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CEAD, a robotic large format 3D printing solutions provider, has entered a collaboration with ADAXIS, a fast-growing robotics software company. The partnership aims to strengthen the integration between the Flexbot system and AdaOne software, offering customers a seamless experience for large-format 3D printing with composite materials.

CEAD and ADAXIS collaborate on robotic LFAM efficiency - aiming to strengthen the integration between the Flexbot system and AdaOne software.

CEAD aims to deliver a more advanced and user-friendly total solution for their customers by joining forces with ADAXIS, a multinational team aiming to change the way the world uses industrial robotics and enable the manufacturing of more sustainable and innovative products. This collaboration has given rise to the official launch of the ‘AdaOne for Flexbot’ software integration for CEAD’s Flexbot systems.

“Cultivating shared values and a unified vision with the ADAXIS team empowers us to innovate swiftly, steering our collaborative efforts toward the entire ecosystem of large format 3D printing,” said Maarten Logtenberg, Co-founder and CTO of CEAD.

CEAD and ADAXIS collaborate on robotic LFAM efficiency - aiming to strengthen the integration between the Flexbot system and AdaOne software.

AdaOne for Flexbot

AdaOne for Flexbot introduces a range of unique features, including automatic raft generating and scan-to-mill functionalities.

The raft generator feature automatically creates rafts to secure parts to CEAD’s print bed, minimizing material use. This cutting-edge feature, unique to ADAXIS’ ‘AdaOne for Flexbot’, enhances end-user convenience by ensuring parts remain securely fixated in place throughout the entire printing and post-processing cycle.

The scan-to-mill workflow facilitates post-3D printing data collection, automatically generating a milling path based on acquired data. Addressing the dynamic nature of 3D printing of large parts, this feature determines the optimal alignment between the CAD model and the printed part, ensuring a milling program that meets the end user’s requirements with minimal milling time and maximized remaining material thickness.

CEAD and ADAXIS collaborate on robotic LFAM efficiency - aiming to strengthen the integration between the Flexbot system and AdaOne software.

CEAD’s refined methodology for large format 3D printing seamlessly converges within the ‘AdaOne for Flexbot’ platform. It ensures Flexbot users a smoother, more efficient experience with increased consistency, as well as more reliability and higher build quality while minimizing potential issues.

“Our collaboration with the CEAD team allows us to offer a seamless user experience that is instantly accessible, fully leveraging the technology, with a dedicated focus on promising applications,” said Guénolé Bras, Co-founder and CTO of ADAXIS.

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