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3D Data Solution Speeds Time to Market

Riven offers a push-button 3D scanning, comparison and communication solution that enables new product introduction (NPI) engineers to quickly and easily scan physical parts, clearly understand detailed physical part deviation from CAD design intent and easily collaborate to resolve issues.

"Deviations in first-article or mid-process stage components during NPI create major problems for manufacturers," said a company spokesperson. "The inability to understand product issues causes excessive development iterations, shipment delays and cost overruns, leading to unprofitable NPI and dissatisfied customers. These challenges apply to conventional manufacturing, such as injection molding, and advanced methods, such as metal additive manufacturing (AM)."

"Riven is truly easy to use and a game-changer for tuning designs and adjusting parameters faster than ever before. Riven is accelerating metal additive manufacturing's growth surge."

Riven can be operational in less than 30 minutes. In many cases, Riven's solution cost is less than that of a single product iteration, according to the company.

"There is an unresolved bottleneck in metal AM. NPI fundamentally limits the speed, reach and growth rate of the industry," said James Page, CTO. "By accurately measuring complex geometry such as warp, fillet radii and amorphous surfaces, Riven identifies exactly where and by how much pre-production parts differ from the CAD design, and then uses visual product communication to help teams collaborate on manufacturing and engineering adjustments."

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