Introduction to Amphyon by Additive Works

 


Amphyon is a simulation based process software for powder bed based, laser beam melting additive manufacturing processes. It allows for automatic optimization of part orientation as well as a build up process simulation and the adaption of process parameters in order to achieve a higher part quality and more process stability. It was created to replace experimentally determined build-up strategies by simulation aided process strategies to save costs, time and energy in development of additively manufactured components. By the integration of fast numerical process analysis and simulation into the process chain, surface quality and shape accuracy can be increased without the need for further action by the user. Amphyon consists of several modules that support the pre-processing steps and enhance the process itself.

 

There are three major applications Amphyon and its modules focus on: help designers to learn how to deal with AM and its issues, help researchers to study process physics by numerical simulation and help production to optimize pre-processing and build data within a few steps.

Industry Applications

As a simulation based process software for additive manufacturing, Amphyon can be used to calculate the the optimal orientation of a part to additively manufacture it. Also, the build up process can be simulated in order to calculate e.g. stresses and part deformation and generate a predeformed STL file.

About Additive Works GmbH

Additive Works GmbH was founded by four interdisciplinary professionals in late 2015. As a spin-off company of ISEMP, University of Bremen, Additive Works combines state-of-the-art scientific approaches with application-oriented software engineering to offer innovative software solutions for simulation based additive processes.

 

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