3DPrinterOS offers a wide range of extremely helpful features to their users, enabling editing, basic to advanced slicing, and sharing from their platform that offers the unique feature of allowing any 3D printer to connect to the cloud. Known now as ‘the standard operating system for 3D printing,’ 3D PrinterOS boasts thousands of 3D printers in their network, as it allows for cloud rendering of .stl files and G-code, and compatibility with any 3D printer–and support and management of multiple printers. Speed is increased and those who are 3D printing benefit from a standard interface offering tools for collaboration.
With a wide range of users, including many in the educational system, 3DPrinterOS wants to see that everyone is able to use their cloud services. This might be an issue for some companies, however, when it comes to intellectual property concerns, prohibiting the use of a public cloud platform. With this in mind, they’ve created a private cloud 3D management platform–to be announced today at CES 2016 Las Vegas.
For companies worried about IP loss, they can now look forward to offering employees–around the world–a secure manufacturing platform that is deployed safely ‘within the four walls of an organization,’ allowing for all files and 3D printers to be managed from one central portal.
“While working on the private cloud we especially kept in mind the security requirements of F500’s and other enterprises,” said CEO John Dogru, a former Lead Automated Manufacturing Engineer at Dell.
It’s meant for any enterprise, and will also offer all the same benefits as a public cloud. It can be accessed through the user’s web browser and customized for specific business needs, along with providing a scalable platform that can easily distribute access to organizational 3D printers. High-quality parts can be 3D printed–in multiple locations–with just a few clicks.
3DPrinterOS has designed this platform to offer businesses additional benefits in that from one single user interface, they have access to advanced data analytics, and can track a project and print job from beginning to end, to include all changes and user comments. This should offer immense savings to businesses, and many are on board already, to include Jabil, Cisco and Ford. The private cloud platform allows them to use a single secure workflow which is easy for users.
“Our goal is to disrupt the $12 trillion manufacturing market by providing a platform that can help save time and resources even beyond 3D printing,” explained Dogru.
3DPrinterOS is building upon the success of its public cloud launched early in 2015. The public cloud saw over 43,000 hours of printing across 4,100 machines in 96 different countries. The new private cloud is being made available after thousands of hours of testing. Are you attending CES 2016? If so, check out 3DPrinterOS at booth #72323 in Tech West, Sands Expo on Level 2. Discuss this story in the 3DPrinterOS Cloud Platform forum on 3DPB.com.
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