Just recently, 3DPrinterOS completed a transfer to the Microsoft Azure cloud platform to accommodate their rapidly expanding user base. The young company, which fully launched only a little over a year ago, has grown at an astonishing rate, now counting their users at over 12,000. That number should only continue to rise, particularly as 3DPrinterOS has just announced a number of new partnerships and integrations with several major companies.
The announcement should come as welcome news to 3DPrinterOS’ business clients in particular, as it will greatly simplify 3D printing workflow for a lot of people. As 3DPrinterOS points out, the wide variety of 3D design platforms frequently causes slowdowns; all too often, designers are required to save their files to the desktop, find the source file, and send it through a file share or email, while their recipients then need to download and prepare the files on the other end, frequently having to go through the whole process manually.
Now, however, 3DPrinterOS is offering native CAD to web 3D print integrations with Siemens, Dassault Systèmes, Autodesk, and Onshape design tools. Designers can now print directly into production from several of the most popular CAD programs without any extra steps, wasted time or overhead.
“We found enterprises were wasting a lot of time sending designs through emails, sharepoints, FTPs, and deviating 3rd party systems. 3DPrinterOS deploys within 30 minutes and secures your entire AM manufacturing workflow, with an extremely easy-to-use platform that is highly scalable, while drastically reducing overhead,” said Anton Vedeshin, CTO of 3DPrinterOS. “We are excited to enter more partnerships so we can provide all our Enterprise users with a seamless CAD to real-time direct 3D print capabilities and end to end integrations with manufacturing execution systems.”
3DPrinterOS has been working with their new partners for the past six months to integrate their design tools into the platform. By the end of this year, all users of these programs should have full access to direct 3D printing capabilities that will allow seamless transitions from design to production.
“We believe designers should be able to print and manufacture parts with the lowest amount of latency. The designer has the most innovative potential to disrupt the future. Our goal is to unlock that potential,” said John Dogru, 3DPrinterOS CEO. “Our mission is to reduce the latency from design to manufacturing and distribution as close to zero as possible.”
The new partnerships cover a large majority of the design software used by businesses, so thousands of people are going to benefit. 3DPrinterOS’ goal from the very beginning has been to make 3D design and printing as easy and accessible to as many people as possible, and so far, they’ve been doing a great job making that vision a reality. What are your thoughts on these new partnerships? Discuss further in the 3DPrinterOS Offers CAD to Web 3D Printing Integrations forum over at 3DPB.com.