Dyndrite Corporation, headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA, has welcomed five new Additive Manufacturing vendors to its Developer Council, following the announcement of its first member HP.
The new members include Additive Industries, Open Additive, TRUMPF, Photocentric and Currax. They join current Developer Council members which include 3D Systems, Aconity3D, Altair Engineering, AON3D, ANSYS, Aurora Labs, Desktop Metal, EOS, ExOne, HP, Impossible Objects, NVIDIA, Plural, Renishaw, and SLM Solutions.
The Dyndrite Developer Council is a central component of the Dyndrite Developer Program which provides tools, resources and community for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), independent software vendors (ISVs), service providers and educators developing on the Dyndrite platform. The company states that the council was formed to develop the Dyndrite platform, industry standards, and create seamless customer experiences by cross-leveraging tools that elevate the industry as a whole.
“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,’ explained 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.”
Mark Vaes, CEO/CTO of Additive Industries, commented, “A strong industry has to have modern, robust standards. 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.”
Ilona Heurich, Head of R&D Software HMI, TRUMPF, stated, “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.”
Heurich added, “We are excited to see how the Dyndrite GPU accelerated geometry kernel can help to maximise process performance and further strengthen the power and scalability of the AM industry.”