‘Rosetta Protocol’ – Call for action!

We are calling for partners to join forces with us! Are you interested in a mutual exchange of non-critical process monitoring data in metal Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF)? Get in touch, together we can make sense out this.

In the “Rosetta Protocol”-project we want to team up with partners who, like ourselves, see the potential in using Artificial Intelligence as a means for analysing process monitoring data generated in the Additive Manufacturing (AM) process. If you are a strong believer that collaboration is key to any challenge, this might just be the project for you.

Rosetta Protocol Objective: Train a deep learning model to cluster indications, based on the image data produced by the additive manufacturing process, so that indications that belong to the same type of “defect” are grouped together.

Data sources we are currently working with:

·      Powder Bed pictures in jpeg file.

·      Optical Tomography (OT) log file in .eosot file format, or batch of RAW uncompressed OT pictures with indication list (.csv) and part statistics (.csv).

Don’t miss the opportunity to get on board! We are accepting submissions in the form below until the end of August 2020. Once we receive your submission we will get back to you with further details.

Looking forward hearing from you!

Contact:
Maud Chidiac, Project Manager AI
maud.chidiac@amexci.com
+46 72 241 38 24

About AMEXCI

AMEXCI AB is a joint venture, R&D company, founded by eleven Nordic companies. Our goal is to accelerate the industrial use of Additive Manufacturing by raising awareness of this technology and support our customers in their journey to adopt Additive Manufacturing and increase their competitive advantage.

AMEXCI offers its customers to develop their products and people, using Additive Manufacturing as the enabler for higher performance, shorter lead times for a more innovative and sustainable future production. At our labs in Karlskoga, Sweden, we offer Additive Manufacturing services, material analysis, mechanical testing and customer trainings.

Founding shareholders of AMEXCI are; ABB, Atlas Copco, Electrolux, FAM, Husqvarna Group, Höganäs AB, Saab, Scania, SKF, Stora Enso and Wärtsilä.

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