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Transforming Qualification for Part Manufacturers

Empowering Part Manufacturers with Intelligent Decision-Making Capabilities to Reduce Qualification Costs & Production Leadtime

A Data-Driven Solution to Qualify Parts with Confidence


In 3D printing, controlling material behavior at micro/macro levels poses significant challenges, leading to high qualification costs, unnecessary post-processing steps, and extended production timelines.


OptiScan, a software solution developed by OptiFab, integrates predictive data from 3D printers' in-situ monitoring systems and thermal simulations. This enables the design of SMART print strategies tailored to any material, geometry, and performance requirements, ensuring consistency and exceptional quality throughout the manufacturing process.

Powered by DATA, OptiFab's cutting-edge solutions significantly reduce qualification costs, shorten production cycles, and enhance product quality, revolutionizing the way manufacturing precision is achieved.

Invest in Efficiency and Quality with OptiScan's AI-Based Print Strategies, Minimizing Costs Linked to Learning Curves and Print Failures



High Part Quality, Zero Defect – Elevate Production Reliability



Mastering Heat Transfer and Residual Stress for Avoiding Deformation



Speed Up Production by Shortening Time-Consuming Steps of 3D Printing



Site-Specific Property Tailoring in Complex Geometries

Enhance Profitability with OptiScan by Reducing Print Failures and Maximizing Operational Efficiency

up to 50%

Productivity Enhancement

up to 75%


Reduction in Part Deformation



Risk of Print Failure 

up to 50%


Reduction in CO2 emission

How OptiScan Works

Analyze, Optimize, Control

OptiScan employs data-driven AI algorithms that consider part geometry and heat transfer dynamics in each layer of the 3D printing process. Backed by in-situ monitoring data and physics-based thermal models, it analyzes the part geometry and determines optimal print strategies, ensuring uniform heat distribution and controlled thermal gradients in each location.

We need to stop competing within our echo chamber. We should be focusing on supply chain and delivering repeatable and reliable solutions. We must focus on maturing the technology.

Gregory Hayes, Senior Vice President, Applied Technology, EOS Group, EOS North America 


At the seventh AM Strategies 2024 Conference, organized by Additive Manufacturing Research and

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