CUBRC is a machine studying analysis, growth, testing and techniques integration firm. PPT has sought to group with the agency to boost its post-printing applied sciences and higher allow their implementation inside manufacturing facility flooring of the long run.
Automat3D and Connect3D use knowledge science to scale back guide steps and guesswork and advance efficiency in the course of the help removing and floor ending of 3D printed elements. Heartwood Analytics has been developed from applied sciences from CUBRC’s Information science and Data Fusion (DSIF) Group by way of a decade of R&D. It combines disparate knowledge sources in real-time to offer knowledge alignment, processing, deduplication and ingestion. It additionally performs predictive evaluation, optimisation and rule-based alerting.
PPT’s post-processing applied sciences can complement all 3D print supplies and processes and have been designed to assist fulfil the potential implementation of additive manufacturing can supply. This partnerships, the 2 events imagine, is an extension of that ambition.
“We’re very enthusiastic about bringing CUBRC’s superior machine studying functionality to PostProcess to speed up the groundbreaking work that the group at PostProcess have executed,” Dr. John Coles, CUBRC’s challenge lead, commented. “Our efforts in growing a category of applied sciences that flip huge quantities of information into actionable info for resolution makers is an ideal match for PostProcess’ functions and mission.”
“PostProcess was based on software program as the primary part of our resolution,” added Daniel Hutchinson, founder and CTO of PostProcess. “We’ve identified because the starting that knowledge analytics was a necessary a part of doing knowledge science at scale. That’s why we’ve chosen CUBRC for its expertise and experience in knowledge extraction, alignment, evaluation, and techniques optimisation applied sciences to boost and expedite our post-printing software program platforms.”