AMiquam SA, Rte de Cité Ouest 2, CH-1196 Gland
+41 22 364 49 20
info@amiquam.ch

 

 

THE BEST SOLUTION FOR DETECTING PROCESS DEVIATIONS

Whereas AM gives industry new design flexibility, reduces energy use, and shortens time to market, the control, monitoring, and certification of the quality of the produced parts still present significant challenges.

EARN YOUR CUSTOMERS TRUST

Customer trust will be earned by the evidence of a monitored process linking the printing parameters to the final quality of the fabricated parts.

IMPROVE PART QUALITY

No more blind fabrications. We monitor your laser powder bed fusion process by measuring the quality of the manufactured materials in-situ

MONITOR PROCESS DEVIATIONS

Contrarily to melt pool monitoring and optical image monitoring, we directly measure the sublayer defects that will affect the final part.

REDUCE POST-PROCESSING COSTS

Post-processing testing is expensive and time consuming. We propose an in-situ, layer-by-layer monitoring of the build-job during the fabrication. 

AMIQUAM WIRELESS I

In-situ NDT inspection

Install the module on your recoater. Adjust the height of the probes. Select the y-lines to scan. Launch your fabrication.

The AMiquam wireless module is your eyes in the machine 

About us

We are seasoned experts and managers in the sensors, electronics, and software business with a passion for creating compliant information in the industrial context.

Our products and services are used in the power gen, infrastructure, aero, and manufacturing industry, with numerous projects delivered to major companies. We support global actors of the control and certification business in the digitalization of their services.

 

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AMiquam-ETHZ-inspire paper published

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