August 1, 2018

AMAZE is a collaborative project that aims to rapidly produce large, defect-free additively-manufactured (AM) metallic components up to 2m in size, ideally with close to zero waste, for use in sectors including aeronautics, space, automotive, nuclear fusion and tooling. Granta is providing an overarching materials information management system for the consortium, enabling the 28 project partners to pool materials data and to create a single go-to source of knowledge. This data is used, for example, in simulation work to understand and optimize AM processes. It can also help to construct a clear picture of the cost structure and environmental footprint of a given metallic component.