Education and Training
This playbook is the ultimate guide to help you cut inventory costs, improve lead times and de-risk your supply chain by deploying digital distribution at your company.
Build digital readiness by analyzing, digitizing, testing and certifying products for digital distribution and by adding them to a digital warehouse.
Order on demand
Utilize Ivaldi’s global network of pre-certified print on demand manufacturers or implement/integrate with internal on-demand manufacturing capabilities.
Our FutureSmart Mining™ approach to sustainable mining is presenting us With new and innovative opportunities to build thriving and resilient communities, now and into the future. Through partnerships like this one with CSIR and Ivaldi, we are re-imagining long-established norms to help deliver enduring value to society. The ability to send files – not physical spare parts – will reduce our carbon footprint, delivery lead times, and logistics costs. Importantly, this has the clear potential to create industrial and service jobs for host communities and surrounding regions through on-demand manufacturing systems to produce spare parts locally.
Head of Socio-Economic Development and Partnerships, Anglo American
"The savings from reduced cost, time and environmental footprint provided by 3D printing, digital inventory and on-demand localized manufacturing of maritime spare parts is a tremendous opportunity for our valued subscribers to be ahead of their rivals."
Head of Venture, 3D Printing, Wilhelmsen.
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Meet Stefanie Pellinen-Chavez, Co-founder and COO of Ivaldi Group. Let her guide you through our process to understand how we are reducing CO2 emissions, warehousing costs and improving part performance.
Download our white paper on Reshoring Activities in the Supply Chain
Better data is causing a resurgence in reshoring as it can reduce risks and improve efficiencies. As companies go through digital transformation initiatives, it is no longer seen as an operational cost center but a multi-level function geared towards building business capabilities to drive growth and minimize risk.
Frequently asked questions
OEMs and end users want to reduce inventory, reduce logistics, retain customers and increase margins while improving uptime, reducing total costs, reducing bureaucracy and being good corporate citizens. Ivaldi’s Turn-key solution provides parts optimized for printing, grey market data, total cost of ownership and usage data while providing data formatted for printing, technical parameters, risk parameters, production parameters, and global delivery/access.
What is 3D Printing?
Three dimensional printing is an additive process that allows us to create a physical 3D object out of digital information provided by a software that divides a 3D model file into layers or images. The quality of the printed part will be determined by the printer technology, the printing software and the amount of layers or images needed.
I don’t have access to 2D drawings, can Ivaldi still help me?
Yes. Although the more data you have, the better the results will be, Ivaldi offers digitization services to build a personalized digital warehouse. We focus on part specifications and use to optimize designs for additive manufacturing.
Most of our spare parts require certification. Can Ivaldi help with that?
Yes. Ivaldi is working with partners and major players in the industry to revolutionize part certification by focusing on each part’s digital twin instead of the physical part. We have been working with class and certifying authorities to develop standards and base our recommendations on the industry guidelines we helped build.
How do we build trust especially in conservative industries?
We start off by proving the concept with low criticality parts or “low hanging fruit” . We try to build the foundation first to show how continued work will only increase ROI and open the door to new opportunities. Traditional manufacturing is trusted because there is so much data available and because we’ve been using it for so long. The only way to accurately compare AM is to shift the thinking to something innovative that will benefit everyone in other ways as well. We have spent time writing standards which are or will be published in the industries as a starting point for wide scale adoption. We are part of a number of joint industry projects to prove the benefits of on-demand manufacturing and digital distribution while including players across the ecosystem.
If we're technology agnostic, how do we choose the right technology in our analysis?
Technologies are assessed based on a number of variables. We have spent the last 4 years building datasets specific to Am and other on-demand technologies which include process and machine limitations.