Dyndrite Joins ASTM Consortium for Standardizing AM Data GenerationMarch 17, 2023
Dyndrite, a provider of a computation engine used to create digital manufacturing hardware and software, announced the company’s new membership in the ASTM International Consortium for Materials Data and Standardization (CMDS) initiative, being run through the ASTM Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (AM CoE). Dyndrite will collaborate with industry members chartered to standardize the requirements for AM materials-data generation and create and manage shared reference datasets. The initiative aims to accelerate qualification and assist in the greater adoption of AM technologies. Dyndrite joins existing members such as AddUp, Auburn University, Boeing, Desktop Metal, EOS, Fraunhofer IAPT, GE Additive, GKN Additive and others.
“Dyndrite believes that standardization is a crucial next step in the broader adoption and growth of industrial AM," says Stephen Anderson, Dyndrite head of strategic relationships. “Our customers and partners all want to see significant acceleration of shared materials data to unlock new AM opportunities and to scale the industry. Involvement with this AM CoE consortium is a groundbreaking opportunity to unleash the full power of metal 3D printing.”
See also: Dyndrite Corp.
Technologies: Additive Manufacturing
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