Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA, has partnered with 3DPrinterOS, Covina, California, to help scale its Additive Manufacturing lab. The AM programme at Lehigh has seen a good deal of growth since its launch in 2016, with nineteen AM machines and over 1,500 users who have additively manufactured over 4,377 and logged more than 67,000 of build time.
3DPrinter OS, a cloud-based platform that provides a centralised solution for managing and operating AM machines, was adopted in order to support the programme’s rapid growth. The university needed a way to manage the increasing number of machines, users and build requests whilst keeping the programme running smoothly.
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3DPrinterOS allows users to remotely control and monitor their AM machines, manage build jobs, and collaborate with others on AM projects. With 3DPrinterOS, Lehigh University was able to streamline the management of its Additive Manufacturing programme.
Lehigh has stated that, by providing a centralised solution for managing its Additive Manufacturing machines, 3DPrinterOS has helped the university take its AM programme to the next level, making it easier to use for faculty and students.