ASME Announces AM Innovation Award Winners

 

Best-in-class 3D printing products selected by expert judges and attendees of
all-new ASME virtual AM Tech Forum 

 

 

NEW YORK (June 22, 2021) – The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) has recognized “best-in-class” additive manufacturing (AM) technologies with its first AM Innovation Awards, showcased at all-new AM Tech Forum on June 17. ASME hosted the event to help engineers, product designers, manufacturers, and technology professionals stay up to speed with rapid developments in 3D printing. The interactive virtual event featured nearly 40 new product and service demonstrations and connected participants with experts and solutions to their AM challenges. Sponsors include Carbon, GE Additive, six startup companies, and many more.

The winners reflect key needs and trends in additive manufacturing, including the use of artificial intelligence for design and processing efficiency, the continuing need for more materials, particularly those with functionality for production, and ongoing effort to increase the speed of AM technologies. AM Innovation Award winners were announced in five categories, along with a “Customer Choice Award” selected solely by attendees.

The winners are:

Machines & Processes –  Nexa3D: “Transforming AM” 

The company’s NXE 400 machine can efficiently and quickly produce parts with SL-like details and thermoplastic-grade mechanical properties. Combined with the NexaX 2.0 software, which can optimize CAD models for AM by maximizing each part’s mechanical performance and consistency, reducing production cycles from days to minutes, and minimizing material usage and waste, the complete Nexa3D system provides significant productivity and performance features.  

Materials 3D Systems: “Advancing the Revolution in Photopolymer 3D Printing Performance” 

The company’s Figure 4 3D printing solution includes platform, software, and materials. Ultra-fast print speeds, batch-run processing, and part quality comparable to injection molding are now combined with material chemistry that ensures printed parts remain functional and stable for prolonged durations in any environment. Materials include a variety of resins for different applications.  

Software – Intellegens : “Deep Learning for Additive Manufacturing” 

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