UK software startup Additive Flow, founded in 2017, emerged from stealth mode this winter with its FormFlow AM optimization software, which helps users use parametric design for 3D printable parts by allowing them to define several optimization parameters for geometry, process, and material. Now, Additive Flow has issued a formal invitation for companies across the conventional and additive manufacturing supply chain to give FormFlow a try. The invitation is for companies that wish to be included in a beta program for the multifunctional optimization software solution. Additive Flow is working to solve issues in the digital workflow that prevent current and potential AM users from putting manufacturing technologies to full use during the process chain pre-production stages. Additive Flow explains that its FormFlow solution gives users a simpler digital workflow for multi-property manufacturing and design. There are a limited number of free places for applicants interested in testing out the FormFlow software ahead of its commercial launch. To make sure that participants are taking advantage of all the benefits that the software solution offers, they will also be selected to receive consultation from the Additive Flow team, or 3DGBIRE..
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