In a specialist presentation at the at the 7th International Conference On 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Technologies, British software company, Valuechain, launched their DNAam production control software for additive manufacturers in the Indian market.
The launch into India marks the second stage of the company’s roll-out strategy, following a successful European launch in June. Valuechain CEO, Tom Dawes stated “Since launching in June, we've had a fantastic response to DNAam, and we've helped our clients achieve greater visibility and traceability of their powder, helping to streamline the additive manufacturing process. Now, we’re keen to extend our offering to support more additive manufacturing companies world-wide.”
Valuechain now supports a number of companies utilising additive manufacturing technologies, including Airbus UK and Zenith Tecnica.
The software is designed to the specific needs of additive manufacturing companies, integrating complex workflow and operations, such as build planning, comprehensive inventory management and the critical chemical analysis of powder batches and test pieces.
Valuechain currently support a number of companies in India, and have already launched 3 new products to the Asian sub-continent this year, as they look to increase their market presence. Tom continued to explain, “We strongly believe it’s important for manufacturers across the world to have access to the newest technologies, and launching DNAam in India is a huge step towards building world-class global supply chains.”