Authentise adds Prosper3D quoting engines to its Additive Manufacturing software

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October 23, 2018

October 23, 2018

Automation software company Authentise, Mountain View, California, USA, which produces data-driven workflow tools for Additive Manufacturing, has partnered with Prosper3D, Tel Aviv, Israel, a provider of quoting solutions for AM service bureaux, to offer Authentise customers access to a greater range of workflow management tools.

As part of the agreement, Authentise customers will be able to access Prosper3D’s quoting engines through the Authentise Additive Accelerator interface. This will enable them to receive accurate Prosper3D quotes in addition to printability assessments, rendering, automatic traveller creation, file conversion and more for every geometry uploaded to the system.

Access to the Prosper3D quoting algorithm will be offered on Authentise’s internal quoting tools, which are based on data drawn from AM machines. The integration can also be accessed via Authentise’s 3Diax modular platform.

Ilan Sidi, CEO of Prosper3D, stated, “We are proud to work with Authentise to bring our quoting algorithms to additive customers. For too long, service providers in the area have wasted time and money generating inaccurate quotes. This partnership broadens the reach of our advanced quoting tools.”

“This partnership shows once again how the industry can be accelerated by being open,” commented Andre Wegner, CEO of Authentise. “Our customers can now choose to switch quoting algorithm at zero switch cost – they don’t even need to learn a new software.”

“In the end, the customer and the industry benefits because competition makes products evolve faster and they know they’re always getting best-in-class. We’re not afraid of competition – we invite it. Our partnership with Prosper3D proves that,” he concluded.

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October 23, 2018

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