Software-as-a-Service

  • Nick Dinges appointed as CTO of Replique. He will focus on driving further expansion of the network of service bureaus.

    Replique, the provider of a secure 3D printing platform that makes part management more efficient and sustainable for OEMs, has appointed Nick Dinges as the company’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO). As the new CTO, Nick Dinges will be responsible for developing Replique’s technology platform which enables OEMs to provide parts,…

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  • Replique to launch quality tracking module at Formnext 2022. RSure enables OEMs to track each of their 3D printed parts directly.

    Replique, the provider of a secure 3D printing platform that makes OEMs part management more efficient and sustainable, will use Formnext 2022 as an opportunity to launch RSure, an innovative quality tracking module that enables OEMs to track each of their 3D printed parts directly and ensure that the final…

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  • Fictiv launches Fictiv Premium digital manufacturing subscription service - helping teams collaborate and simplify custom manufacturing.

    Fictiv, an operating system for custom manufacturing, has made Fictiv Premium commercially available. Fictiv Premium is a first-of-its-kind paid annual membership program that enables members to coordinate custom manufacturing with high visibility and control – across projects, teams, and entire organizations. In recent years, the process to manufacture products and…

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  • Xometry - Europe’s one-stop (additive) manufacturing shop. Xometry Europe gives customers access to more than 5000 3D printers.

    During a virtual event titled “The Xometry Marketplace: Powering Tomorrow’s Supply Chain”, Xometry launched a suite of new digital products, including – The Industrial Buying Engine on Thomasnet.com, and Workcenter (an all-in-one “manufacturing execution system”). The company has also opened the new Workcenter to third-party developers. The Industrial Buying Engine…

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  • Ai Build secures $3.2m in funding. The Boeing-backed company's funding round was led ACT Venture Partners and SuperSeed.

    London-based, Ai Build, the company that developed AiSync, the AI-powered SaaS platform that maximizes the efficiency of additive manufacturing across the world’s leading enterprises in automotive and aerospace, and backed by Boeing, has closed a new funding round of $3.2m led by ACT Venture Partners, and existing investor, SuperSeed. “This…

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  • Watermark 3D now protects colored files thanks to a recent update. The update adds 3 new formats, including OBJ, GLB, and DAE/Collada.

    Thanks to a recent update, Watermark 3D is now compatible with colored 3D files. The update adds 3 new formats that can be watermarked, including OBJ, GLB, and DAE/Collada – to an already-supported STL. The update is currently in testing as models with color information are trickier than models without.…

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  • Materialise Nikon HP Essentium

    Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing solutions, introduced CO-AM, an open software platform to manage the additive manufacturing (AM) production process more efficiently. CO-AM will give manufacturers cloud-based access to a full range of software tools that allow them to plan, manage and optimize every stage of their AM…

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  • DigiFabster has just released a new-and-improved analytics dashboard for their sales automation and e-commerce platform. The new functionality allows DigiFabster customers to monitor key business indicators and metrics. The data and graphs represented in the dashboard are highly configurable by the user and round out the functionality of their recently…

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  • DigiFabster has just released an eCommerce platform for manufacturing businesses to take their sales online. The plug-and-play, white-label, software-as-a-service allows customers to upload models and place orders, and it helps manufacturing shops of all sizes to increase their revenue in a rapidly changing industry. Modern customers are used to shopping…

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  • As the first official move after going public in the NYSE, Shapeways (NYSE: SHPW) is introducing Otto Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), a tailormade platform for traditional manufacturers seeking a flexible path to 3D printing for industrial-grade production. With Otto, manufacturers can benefit from free access to fully digitized end-to-end 3D printing workflows…

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