• New digital products launched by Xometry. The Industrial Buying Engine on, and Xometry Workcenter.

    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, 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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  • Dyndrite, the company that developed an accelerated computation engine to control to handle large digital manufacturing files, has extended and signed new partnerships with key AM industry pioneers such as Azul 3D, Impossible Objects and Meteor Inkjet’s new Meteoryte software. It should be noted that these companies have developed, or…

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  • Authentise, the expert in data-driven workflow tools for additive manufacturing, and Solukon, the ground-breaking pioneer of automated depowdering systems for metal and polymer additive manufacturing, have agreed on the integration of the Solukon Digital Factory Tool into the advanced Manufacturing Execution System (aMES). The removal of powder from 3d printed…

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  • Authentise, an expert company in data-driven workflow tools for additive manufacturing, and Riven, a 3D reality intelligence specialist for digital manufacturing, have integrated the Riven 3D reality platform with the Authentise Manufacturing Execution System (aMES). The resulting full contextual data capture of all parts provides a platform for further analysis…

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  • Materialise Link3D Acquisition

    Belgian 3D printing company Materialise is expanding its business with the acquisition of Link3D Inc., a New York-based company specializing in SaaS AM workflow software. The acquisition, which is set to be finalized by the end of 2021, will see Materialise acquire 100% of Link3D’s equity interests for for $33.5…

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  • Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS), a provider of polymer 3D printing solutions, introduced the GrabCAD Additive Manufacturing Platform, an open and enterprise-ready software platform that enables manufacturers to manage production-scale additive manufacturing operations. Additive manufacturing systems are increasingly demonstrating their readiness for volume production of end-use parts. However, 3D printing at a…

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  • MakerBot, a Stratasys company, introduced a new solution that significantly simplifies 3D printing with the new ABS-R polymer material, by effectively streamlining workflow steps and reducing the need for more equipment and additional costs. Developed for high performance on the MakerBot METHOD X and METHOD X Carbon Fiber 3D printers,…

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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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  • BCN3D released a complete reinvigoration of their current BCN3D Cloud platform. The new web-based cloud will allow companies to scale up their additive manufacturing operations and make entire printing workflows more efficient, controlled, and easier than ever before. Apace with the continuously growing AM market, BCN3D’s main verticals in 2021…

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  • The Autodesk Netfabb team is ready to release Netfabb 2022 with more integrated support than ever before for 3D printers, starting with the EOS SDK for EOSPrint (PBF), Stratasys Origin One integration (high-speed photopolymerization), Mimaki integration (multi-color material jetting), ExOne X1 160Pro binder jetting and many more hardware manufacturers and…

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