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LEO LANE TO SHOWCASE HOW USERS CAN ENSURE CONSISTENT, SECURE END-TO-END ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING THROUGHOUT THE WORKFLOW

LEO Lane will use formnext (19-22 November 2019) to showcase how users can ensure secure and consistent additive manufacturing – anywhere and anytime – with its flagship Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution.

Visitors to the LEO Lane stand (Hall12, Stand B81A) will discover how they can protect their intellectual property (IP), enforce repeatability and quality as well as prevent revenue loss with the company’s breakthrough solution. With the ability to track and audit digital assets through digital inventory, companies can analyze when, where and how each item was produced throughout the workflow, providing greater production control. When it comes to costs, these businesses can safely enjoy the benefits of additive manufacturing (AM) including savings via virtual inventory: no inventory costs, significantly reduced logistics and shipping, no re-balancing and no obsolescence.

LEO Lane presentation on the @TCT Introducing Stage
During formnext, Moshe Molcho, Co-Founder and CEO at LEO Lane, will deliver a presentation entitled, ‘The Sum of the Parts: Ensuring a secure end-to-end AM workflow’. Taking place on Wednesday 20th November at 15:30-15:45h on the @TCT Introducing Stage, the session will address how companies can incorporate knowledge and expertise from multiple sources to ensure a best-of-breed additively manufactured part. Molcho will showcase how a holistic approach can result in a consistent and correct best-of-breed part, while ensuring the highest levels of IP protection.

LEO Lane’s solution is integrated with a number of leading ecosystem partners and offers flexibility as it is always up to date. Its cloud holds no files so companies can maintain all their files based on their own internal IT policies and procedures. This ensures minimal disruption and maximum productivity.

“Without the control enabled by a SaaS solution, companies may inadvertently expose themselves to major risks such as inconsistent parts, intellectual property (IP) leakage, and a risk of faulty parts that can irreparably harm the company's reputation,” says Molcho. “These can be eliminated by seamlessly integrating our solution into their existing workflow.”

 

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