3DPrinterOS launches their game-changing ZAP Cloud Manufacturing Platform live on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield in San Francisco.
Zap is the world’s first cloud manufacturing platform allowing products to be built in real-time anytime, anywhere, with the aim of radically disrupting a 12-trillion-dollar global manufacturing market which is making the transition to the cloud.
ZAP was built to help enterprises transition the manufacturing processes into the cloud. Real-time workflows reduce the latency between design and manufacturing to almost zero. One click manufacturing. ZAP is welcoming enterprises to join our limited private pilot program this fall. Please join us as we enter this new exciting frontier of online cloud manufacturing. We highly recommend you see a live demo for yourself.
TechCrunch Startup Battlefield San Francisco is the premiere startup tech event in Silicon Valley, bringing in the world’s top venture capitalists, enterprises, and entrepreneurs. Out of 4600+ applicants worldwide, only 23 were accepted to compete and launch their products live to the world. Past winners include names like Dropbox, Mint, Yammer, and many more.
“ZAP is taking this entire workflow, all your machines, designs and workflows real time into one platform so companies can get through prototyping and rapid manufacturing process faster, with zero latency,” said Dogru. “Connecting all your designers with ideas, directly with machines and as companies start to scale globally with R&D facilities world wide, they need to move this process into the cloud to save huge time, resources and ability drastically reduce time to market. “
“It was a true honor to be selected by TechCrunch and become a Battlefield company. The ability to get validation instantly from the industry leaders that participated in the event was probably the most amazing part of the experience. We look forward to working with our new customers and strategic partnerships, and are grateful to everyone that helped make this happen. We are excited to expand the success we had with universities to enterprises.”