Dyndrite Adds Trumpf, Additive Industries, Others to 3D Printing Developer Group

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US-based Dyndrite, a solutions provider for next generation hardware and software for additive manufacturing, has added five new members to its Dyndrite Developer Council: Additive Industries, Open Additive, 3D Currax, Photocentric, and Trumpf.

Dyndrite provides tools, resources and community platforms to OEMs, independent software vendors, service providers and educators to leverage its core GPU-based 3D geometry kernel (a pioneering ‘Computational Geometry Engine’), Additive Toolkit (AT), and integrated Python API to develop, access and advance cutting-edge additive solutions, new digital workflows, and best practices. Along with the inaugural members, its current list of 20 members also include 3D Systems, Altair Engineering, AON3D, ANSYS, Aurora Labs, Desktop Metal, ExOneImpossible Objects, and SLM Solutions.

The company launched its Dyndrite Developer Program and Dyndrite Developer Council in 2019, with HP, Aconity3D, EOS, Plural Additive Manufacturing, Renishaw, and NVIDIA as its inaugural members. Earlier this month, the first council member, HP had announced a strategic partnership with Dyndrite where it would be adopting the Dyndrite platform to develop and scale next generation digital manufacturing software solutions.  In June, we had also reported on the Digital Manufacturing Investor Day hosted by Dyndrite Corporation to support companies (such as Authentise, CASTOR, Essentium, Gen3D, Exlattice, Impossible Objects and more) in bringing new innovations to market, despite the untoward impacts of the pandemic.

“Photocentric is excited to be a part of the Dyndrite Developer Council. Additive Manufacturing is entering a new era and we are delighted with the opportunity to collaborate using cutting edge software and innovative technologies to help expand the possibilities for scalability and the mass manufacture of 3D parts,” said Nikita Chibisov, Software, Photocentric.

“Open Additive and Dyndrite share a vision for a more open future for the AM industry, in which users have more accessible and powerful tools to accelerate innovation’ said Ty Pollak, President, Open Additive. “We’re excited by the potential impact of our complementary hardware and software capabilities to increase productivity and quality of metal AM parts.”

“A strong industry has to have modern, robust standards,” said Mark Vaes, CEO/CTO of Additive Industries. “As a provider of industrial solutions for metal additive manufacturing, we are joining the Dyndrite Developer Council in part to be active in creating a new set of standards that deliver the productivity, efficiency and automated workflows that our customers need.”

“TRUMPF is excited to join the Dyndrite Developer Council. As a pioneer in additive manufacturing as well as laser specialists we are always looking to implement the latest technologies,” said Ilona Heurich, Head of R&D Software HMI, TRUMPF. “We are excited to see how the Dyndrite GPU accelerated geometry kernel can help to maximize process performance and further strengthen the power and scalability of the AM industry.”

To transform productivity in AM, Dyndrite used a First Principles approach to develop a next generation GPU-powered geometry kernel for design and manufacturing, to bring efficiency, economy and integration between computer and 3D printer software and digital workflows. The last such geometry kernels were developed in the 80’s and 90’s, and since then there’s been little innovation to change this. Dyndrite’s GPU-based geometry kernel solution is a much-needed innovation for advanced manufacturing today, and is able to reduce processing times from days to seconds, and compress terabytes of model information to kilobytes. It could be the next generation platform that AM design to manufacturing workflows needed—and could potentially do what Adobe did for 2D printing, decades ago.

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