With 4D_Additive, internal and external lattice pattern can be created
With 4D_Additive, internal and external lattice pattern can be created

Industry 4.0
and Additive Manufacturing

CoreTechnologie's 3D printing software 4D_Additive enables quality check, repair and preparation of models in accordance to CAD‑engineering standard

Special Digital Factory
4D_Additive enables an automated workflow for Additive Manufacturing (AM)
Considering the demographic development and the fact that the baby boomers will retire within the next fifteen years, industrial production will have to be guaranteed in the future with increasingly scarce human resources. A drastic population decline is also forecast in China. Thus, the disappearance of the world's extended workbench is a very realistic scenario. For production-oriented economies, digitalization to automate all processes is an increasingly important topic. Digitalization and Industry 4.0 are not a "luxury", but a necessity to maintain innovation and production with significantly less manpower in the future.
In this context, digitalization in the sense of Industry 4.0 serves to achieve optimal efficiency in automation and to seamlessly link the entire digital process chain from design to construction to manufacturing in the entire lifecycle of a product. This applies to classic production methods but also to Additive Manufacturing, which perfectly embodies the philosophy of the virtual 3D model that is sent directly to the 3D printer without any intermediate steps.
3D printing aka Additive Manufacturing (AM) is changing and revolutionizing the industrial production technology of tomorrow, because products are materialized exactly where they are needed in terms of time and space.

Simplified machine loading

With the latest version of the 3D printing software 4D_Additive, CoreTechnologie introduces a data management concept for automated Additive Manufacturing. Here, the CAD models stored in the system's own database are simply ordered and sent directly to the printer. The arrangement and orientation of the components, the so-called nesting, takes place automatically and does not require any 3D printing-specific know-how on the part of the user. This significantly simplifies and accelerates the manual process of machine loading, which was still time-consuming up to now.
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