Araqev Commercializes Purdue-Developed AM Quality-Control Software

May 4, 2022

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Araqev Commercializes Purdue-Developed AM Quality-Control Software
A Purdue University-related company, Araqev, has commercialized quality-control software designed to benefit sectors such as aerospace, automotive, consumer products, medical devices and national defense that employ additive manufacturing (AM) technologies.

The software reportedly helps end users print products in only a few design iterations, leading to less scrap material and machining time, eliminating the frustrations with 3D printing, and improving satisfaction with the final printed products. Araqev's algorithms also enable the transfer of knowledge encoded via machine-learning (ML) models across different materials, printers and shapes in an AM system.



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