1000 Kelvin integrates AI into EOS Additive Manufacturing software suite

February 22, 2024

February 22, 2024

1000 Kelvin will integrate its AI co-pilot platform AMAIZE into the EOS software suite (Courtesy 1000 Kelvin)
1000 Kelvin will integrate its AI co-pilot platform AMAIZE into the EOS software suite (Courtesy 1000 Kelvin)

1000 Kelvin, an AI software developer headquartered in Berlin, Germany, has collaborated with EOS GmbH, located in Krailling, Germany, to integrate its co-pilot platform AMAIZE into the EOS software suite. The addition is intended to increase production workflows and enhance the engineering process for customers by harnessing AI.

The integration is expected to enable users to streamline their design processes, reducing engineering costs by up to 80% and accelerating the introduction of new Additive Manufacturing products.

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Omar Fergani, CEO of 1000 Kelvin, explained, “The integration with EOS software is a testament to the open architecture of EOS products and the extensive resources of the EOS Developer Network (EDN). These factors have allowed us to seamlessly incorporate the EOSPRINT APIs into our platform, ensuring that our customers can effortlessly benefit from the combined strengths of our technologies.”

Martin Steuer, EOS’s SVP Software Division, stated, “AMAIZE’s AI predictive capabilities enable a paradigm shift from physical to digital iteration. This is an important step forward to the industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing. Coupled with its robust cybersecurity, AMAIZE represents a significant advancement in cloud-based solutions for the industry. We’re pleased that EOS customers have now access to this value-added service within our open ecosystem platform and our EOS Developer Network Partner 1000 Kelvin.”

EOS users will be able to access AMAIZE directly by contacting 1000 Kelvin.



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