Software has become increasingly important in 3D printing in multiple dimensions.
There could be some profound implications coming for additive manufacturing, after a review of the newly announced HP Universal Build Manager, which is powered by Dyndrite.
Three pillars of digital manufacturing updates from HP indicate the latest accelerations in automation, software, and services.
Charles R. Goulding and Adam Friedman consider 3D printing software advances focused in Seattle.
HP has entered into a strategic partnership with Dyndrite, underscoring the critical importance of software to the long-term success of industrial 3D printing.
I recently spoke with the folks from Dyndrite, who intend to replace the very heart of 3D printing: the 3D kernel.
With face-to-face events cancelled in the face of pandemic, the 3D printing community is still connecting with new virtual offerings.
A new player in the field is going to be a very big deal for additive manufacturing.