AMIS announces beta release of its AMIS Pro software

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AMIS Pro Public Beta v1 software/Source: AMIS

AMIS, the developer of Additive Manufacturing Jetting programme, has announced the public beta release of version 1 of its AMIS Pro software. This version is temporarily available for free via a special website.

With this strategy, the company hopes to gather consumer feedback early in the development process. Interested end users and OEMs will be requested to submit input.

Beta release of AMIS Pro software

AMIS Binder Jetting test parts
AMIS Binder Jetting test parts/Source: AMIS

AMIS Pro v1 Public Beta adds the ability to prepare batches for printing. This includes adding parts to a batch / print box, orienting and scaling the parts, nesting them, slicing the batch, and producing output for a printer. Additional functionalities include batch storing and reopening, layer thickness definition, printer setup, and so on.

In other words, AMIS is a fully complete “CAD in, print out” system. The connection to METEOR INKJET METPRINT Software ensures a smooth movement of data to the printheads.

AMIS team
AMIS team/Source: AMIS

Kris Binon, aptly labelled ‘XYZ Manager’ said, “Even though there’s 25 years of experience in jetting software development in the team, we consider ourselves a start-up now. And with over 25 years of start-up experience in the team, we know there’s only one right way, and that’s the customers’ way. Bearing this in mind, they decided to take Customer Feedback Management one step further.”

“When meeting OEM’s and end-users, we‘ve established that even the current version would add value to some of them. From here onwards, we’ll continue implementing the 30+ additional features on our roadmap. For quite some of those, we can leverage technology provided by our parent company, Hybrid Software Group. This will enable AMIS to maintain the current pace of development.”

– Nick De Roeck, CEO, AMIS

Binon elaborates on the logic behind the AMIS Pro software: “We’ve designed the software with a workflow logic in mind: which steps does the person in charge of preparing builds take? What tools does he need under his fingers at which point in time? That in itself differentiates our product, as well as the injection of decades of experience producing industrial jetting software.”

About AMIS: AMIS is The AM Integrator, a software firm focused on industrial production software for Jetting Technologies. AMIS works with printer manufacturers to develop the most appropriate software for the printer at hand. AMIS is headquartered in Ghent, Belgium, and operates globally. AMIS is a component of HYBRID Software.

About HYBRID Software: HYBRID Software is an enterprise software development firm with operations in Belgium, Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain, France, Italy, and China, as well as a global partner network. Its focus is on revolutionary productivity tools for the 2- and 3D printing industries.

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