Dyndrite Corporation, headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA, reports that HP Inc. plans to use the Dyndrite Kernel to help power its next-generation cloud and edge-based digital manufacturing solutions.
According to Dyndrite, this collaboration is expected to bring higher performance, efficiency, automation, and extensibility to HP’s growing portfolio of digital manufacturing products, including its Binder Jetting (BJT) metal Additive Manufacturing machine the HP Metal Jet.
The Dyndrite Kernel is designed to enable the development of high-performance, scalable Additive Manufacturing hardware and software solutions. It features a multi-threaded and GPU-powered hybrid geometry core, a scalable modern computation architecture, and an accessible Python programming interface. Dyndrite’s built-in extensibility also enables a variety of plug-ins for simulation, MES, OEM toolpath development, and more.
“From the very beginning, HP recognised the potential of Dyndrite’s kernel technology,” stated Ryan Palmer, Global Head of Software, Data and Automation, HP 3D Printing & Digital Manufacturing. “As the first member of the Dyndrite Development Council, we quickly identified areas where Dyndrite’s innovative technology could be applied to solve the larger challenges facing the AM industry.”
Palmer added, “We are committed to advancing our digital manufacturing platform capabilities and this strategic collaboration with Dyndrite is an exciting next step on the journey.”
Harshil Goel, founder and CEO of Dyndrite, commented, “The promise of AM is to deliver customised, personalised, and on-demand 3D printed parts, on an industrial scale. For this to happen the AM software industry must evolve. Dyndrite’s mission has been to accelerate this change.”
Goel added, “Our collaboration with HP is intended to dramatically scale the impact our technology will have in the AM and DM industries. We appreciate the confidence they have placed in us and are energised by their vision.”