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May 25, 2022 | Tom Ballard

Open Additive executes agreement to use Addiguru’s analysis software

Open Additive LLC and Addiguru LLC, a member of Cohort 5 of the “Innovation Crossroads” program operated by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, have announced an agreement to provide latter’s Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) analysis software using layer-wise optical camera data as a plugin to Open Additive’s AMSENSE® multi-sensor data collection and analysis platform.

In a news release published on LinkedIn, Addiguru Founder Shuchi (SK) Khurana explained the arrangement this way: “Addiguru recognizes the high added costs of part development and production due to lack of useful process insights and controls, and we’re excited to work with Open Additive to bring practical and affordable solutions to the metal additive manufacturing industry to address this problem.”

Addiguru provides real-time monitoring solutions for additive manufacturing processes using affordable and practical solutions that, in turn, provide process insights and reduced production costs for additive manufacturing service bureaus and other industry users. The company’s software uses computer vision, artificial intelligence, and machine learning methods to identify critical process errors and send real-time alerts to save production time and costs.

Addiguru has worked with several partners to demonstrate its process monitoring capabilities across several important industrial machines. The software has been commercialized and has multiple installations in the industry.

We spotlighted the start-up in this September 2021 article.

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