Intech Additive Partners with MachineWorks

Intech Additive Solutions partners with and licenses Polygonica from MachineWorks to enhance their metal 3D printing ecosystem.

Intech is home to a comprehensive range of Metal 3D Printers – iFusion SF1, iFusion MF, and iFusion LF along with its build preparation software, AMBuilder, and parameter optimization software, AMOptoMet. One of the main issues regularly faced in metal printing is compensating for part deviations that occur during the print process. MachineWorks’ Polygonica has a number of advanced mesh algorithms that help AMBuilder tackle this complex issue in a reliable and robust way. This ensures the successful build of the part with minimal deviations.

Polygonica from MachineWorks, with its extensive features, perfectly complements Intech’s efficient Metal 3D Printing system. This collaboration between MachineWorks and Intech mutually benefits both organizations in making a mark in the AM sector both in India and globally.

For further information on Intech and its Metal AM solutions, visit https://intechadditive.com/.

About MachineWorks Ltd

MachineWorks Ltd has been providing advanced 3D software engines to manufacturers and engineering software developers since 1994.

MachineWorks is the toolkit for CNC simulation and verification and is supplied embedded within a wide range of brands from major machine tools and CNC controller manufacturers and CAM software vendors. With over fifty major OEM licensees, Polygonica is the leading engine for polygon-mesh modeling and is widely used in a range of markets, including CAD, CAM, CAE, and AM, along with Medical, Dental, EDA, Metrology, AEC, Construction, Mining, and other large capital asset industries.

Companies who integrate MachineWorks’ components into their software solutions include Dassault Systemes, Autodesk, Hexagon MI, ANSYS, Synopsys, AECOM, 3D Systems, Stratasys, OpenMind, CAMBRIO, Renishaw, Desktop Metal, Heidenhain, Okuma, DMG Mori, HCL, SolidCAM, Convergent Science, Topsolid, ZWSoft, Diota, CASTOR, CADS Additive, Intech Additive Solutions, and Go2CAM.

For more information, visit www.machineworks.com and www.polygonica.com.

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