Replique will be presenting its Material Database at Formnext 2023 –


Hello everyone!

We have some exciting news to share today. Replique has just launched a game-changing material database that is set to revolutionize the additive manufacturing industry. By partnering with trusted material suppliers, Replique has designed a comprehensive database that caters to both customers and service providers.

The main goal of this platform is to streamline the material selection process, which has long been a manual and time-consuming task in AM projects. With Replique’s database, users now have access to a wide range of features that are specifically optimized for technical decision-making. This includes multiple filtering options based on technical specifications, adherence to industry standards, and coverage of various application domains.

To make the database even more user-friendly and efficient, future updates will include quick access to reference cases and material certifications. This will eliminate the need for separate and time-consuming investigations, saving valuable time and resources.

What sets Replique’s database apart from others is its open-system architecture, allowing for cross-platform utility. This means that it not only benefits end-users but also printer manufacturers and service providers. In addition, Replique will be introducing an API interface in the near future, enabling integration with other platforms and expanding the database’s reach even further.

But that’s not all! Replique’s ecosystem offers additional services, such as Additive Marking for part traceability, making it a one-stop solution for all your AM projects. With Replique’s material database, you can expect optimized material selection that will have a direct impact on cost, time, and quality parameters in additive manufacturing.

Databases like Replique’s are paving the way for a more automated and data-driven approach in the industry. As we move forward, platforms such as this will become integral in optimizing material selection and improving overall efficiency.

To learn more about Replique’s material database, make sure to visit their website. And don’t forget to share your thoughts with us on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages. Also, be sure to sign up for our weekly additive manufacturing newsletter to stay up to date with all the latest stories.

Thank you and happy additive manufacturing!

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