1000 Kelvin and Fieldmade are joining forces to accelerate the deployment of 3D printing in the war environment

1000 Kelvin – a 3D printing software company, has established cooperation with Fieldmade – a company developing mobile production technology in difficult conditions, to increase the use of 3D printing on the front line in war conditions. The cooperation was announced during the Military Additive Manufacturing (MilAM) and Technology Showcase trade fairs. The cooperation aims to improve strategic readiness and operational capabilities in the military sector.

1000 Kelvin, specializing in the development of 3D printing software, is collaborating with Fieldmade, which deals with mobile production in difficult conditions, to expand the use of 3D printing on the front lines. The aim of the cooperation is to increase strategic and operational readiness in the military sector. By joining forces, it will be possible to print parts in the field. AMAIZE’s 1000 Kelvin platform, which uses AI to optimize 3D printing processes, will work with Fieldmade’s NOMAD series mobile 3D printing modules. This cooperation aims to ensure the effective implementation of 3D printing technology in difficult conditions, which can save time and costs, and even save lives in critical military situations.

Fieldmade has a long history of working with the Norwegian Armed Forces and other defense industry entities, providing confidence that both companies can increase the efficiency of implementing additive manufacturing in challenging environments. Both companies believe that by combining their resources, they will provide a comprehensive additive solution that will enable the rapid production of high-quality parts.

Fieldmade’s managing director, Jostein Olsen, emphasized that the integration of AMAIZE with their products is an important step towards the goal of easier implementation of mobile 3D printing. Omar Fergani – CEO of 1000 Kelvin, added that joining forces will not only contribute to technological progress, but can also help save time and costs of producing parts in difficult conditions.


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