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Our AI-driven DPM Scan Pro algorithm has been rigorously tested and can accurately read codes on a variety of different surfaces, shapes and materials, as well as under different lighting levels, as would be present in a field application of the software.
Yes. DPM stands for “Direct Part Marking”, which is generated independently of the component’s manufacturing process. DPMs can be integrated the 3D model with our Serializer -no post-processing of the build job is needed. For more traditional manufacturing types, DPMs can be applied to components through laser engraving and dot peening, to name just a couple of methods.
EAN Codes and other GS1 standard codes; QR-codes, Data Matrix codes; Aztec Codes and Maxi Codes.
Yes. Our DPM Scan Pro App can be linked to third party software as an additional module at the customer’s discretion. Just some examples include Tensile Testing Machines, Microsoft Office Applications, 3 Your Mind, Materialise CO-AM etc.
The license holder can determine whether the marking connects to a third-party software or generates a set PDF upon scanning, which can then be viewed by the DPM Scan Pro user.
Building trust in Additive manufacturing processes and products is key for scaling up its usage as a primary method of manufacturing. By developing a traceable workflow, you build consumer confidence in your production process and overcome knowledge gaps among supply chain stakeholders.
The production transparency enabled through application of our DPM Scan Pro app reduces supply chain risk, as all changes occurring through the lifecycle of the product are recorded, allowing for the easy identification of errors in the process. Additionally, the workflow management capabilities of our technology streamlines manufacturing processes and supports the implementation of Lean methodologies. Lastly, as supply chains become more localised through the integration of on-demand 3D printing applications, having items certified to the same quality standards as those produced through traditional manufacturing methods helps overcome hesitancy surrounding Additive manufacturing adoption.