The Digital Manufacturing Centre Integrates AMFG MES Software To Increase Operational Efficiency
The DMC will use AMFG software to organise, track and manage AM production activities.
London, UK, September 24, 2020 — AMFG is announcing that its Manufacturing Execution System (MES) for Additive Manufacturing will power the soon-to-open Digital Manufacturing Centre (DMC) in Silverstone, UK. The AMFG software will support AM production at the DMC by enabling full process control and traceability of 3D printing jobs and parts.
The DMC will open in early 2021 to give local companies access to digital manufacturing capabilities and expert knowledge. The DMC will have a full range of AM capability, including design, engineering, manufacturing, inspection and post-processing, making the DMC a one-stop shop for AM services and expertise.
To take full advantage of digital manufacturing, the DMC will integrate a full suite of AMFG’s MES solutions that will help its team organise, monitor and execute AM production activities.
AMFG’s order and production management tools will enable the DMC engineers to keep track and prioritise job orders, prepare builds and schedule production, as well as monitor job statuses in real-time.
The partnership will result in the Digital Manufacturing Centre becoming a development consultant, contributing to the innovation roadmap of the AMFG system, for bespoke DMC requirements and the wider additive manufacturing community, in its pursuit of industry 4.0.
“The 2,000 square meter DMC facility will be full of engineers and machines providing complex and innovative solutions for the most advanced industrial customers. Integrating AMFG’s MES software will be instrumental in helping us establish a true digital manufacturing workflow to deliver on our goals.”
CEO of the Digital Manufacturing Centre.
Furthermore, AMFG will enable the DMC engineers to track KPIs related to Overall Equipment Efficiency (OEE) and use data analytics tools to identify any bottlenecks and optimise processes.
“Digital manufacturing is burgeoning in the UK, and the launch of the DMC is yet another positive sign of this trend. Our goal is to support this trend with MES software, designed to digitise and streamline AM operations from end to end,” “We’re proud that the DMC facility will integrate the AMFG software and we look forward to driving the future of digital manufacturing together.”
CEO of AMFG
AMFG is a leading provider of MES software for additive manufacturing. Our software solutions empower manufacturers to manage their additive manufacturing workflows and achieve streamlined, automated processes.
With customers in 26 countries and across a range of industries, we specialise in enabling companies to successfully integrate AM into their wider manufacturing processes and to scale their AM operations.
For more information, please visit www.amfg.ai or contact email@example.com
About the Digital Manufacturing Centre
The Digital Manufacturing Centre (DMC) is a sector agnostic digital manufacturing production and innovation hub, powered by the latest additive manufacturing technologies and award-winning engineers, who provide manufacturing solutions to enable customers to get to market faster with better optimised parts.
Opening in Q1 2021, the bespoke, multi-million pound, 2,000 sqm facility is based in the heart of the UK’s engineering centre at Silverstone Park and is expected to create over £9m GVA for the area.
The growing team uses a range of polymer and metal additive manufacturing technologies to enable high-quality production and scalable growth. Created by a range of cutting-edge and leading innovation partners, the DMC is part funded by SEMLEP’s Local Growth Fund and led in conjunction with high-performance engineering consultancy KW Special Projects (KWSP).