The best solution for detecting process deviations
Whereas AM gives industry new design flexibility, reduces energy use and shortens time to market,
the control, monitoring, and certification of the quality of the produced parts still present significant challenges.
Compliant NDT sensors
Our unique autonomous electromagnetic systems deliver compliant information about the stability of the AM process, by measuring directly what
matters most for you, i.e. the quality of the parts. Our sensors are sensitive to porosity increase
and to the presence of defects in the parts. The information is collected layer by layer without affecting the machine productivity.
Contrarily to melt pool monitoring and optical image monitoring, we measure the sub layer defects that will remain in the final part and not the surface
or the melt pool that are indirectly related to the part quality.
We equip most of the additive manufacturing machines in the market with minimal impact and no wire interfaces.
The product has been used with Al and Ti alloys as well as stainless steel and Nitinol.
The data can also be used by third parties to generate compliant reports remotely.
These reports are based on established ASMT and ISO standards and will save post processing inspection costs.
For the Certification and control industry:
- For Service providers:
Our monitoring system can be used during the production phase to detect process deviations.
Our products support your team during the qualification phase by offering compliant documentation saving qualification costs and destructive tests.
The data provided by our solutions can be used by certified inspectors to generate certificates.
For Service providers and machine manufacturers:
Our equipment can be turned into an optimisation mode to quickly find the parameter window corresponding to the lowest porosity.
or highest production efficiency.
For Machine manufacturers:
Our versatile in-situ monitoring platform can be customised to integrate additional sensors.
Machine agnostic product
we equip most of the machines on the market