MakerVerse, Berlin, Germany, is expanding its advanced manufacturing offering through extended partnerships, enhanced enterprise integration and new serial production capabilities.
“In the past year, our platform gained enormous traction with everyone from scaling startups to multi- national corporations. What all these companies had in common is the need for fast, reliable, industrial-quality parts,” stated Dr Markus Seibold, CEO of MakerVerse. “We’re looking forward to making that even easier for companies of all sizes.”
MakerVerse’s AI-powered platform has expanded to offer CNC machining capabilities. In addition to the expansion of its on-demand business, the company will also provide extra expertise for serial production orders. The team will work closely with customers to develop, align and supervise the entire manufacturing and quality plan from start to finish.
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“We’ve further developed our supply chains to now also successfully handle the most complex production orders,” added Ward Ripmeester, CEO, MakerVerse. “We work with the best manufacturing partners, all fully vetted, to bring industrial quality to all our customers.’
The company works closely with a number of industry partners, and plans to build upon these relationships with further cooperation. These are reported to include:
- EOS, with whom MakerVerse collaborates to build EOS’s Contract Manufacturing Network, connecting end customers with AM production partners
- Zeiss, which offers a range of dimensional, surface and material property-related inspection reports to users of the MakerVerse platform
- Siemens, which integrated MakerVerse into its AM Network
The MakerVerse platform is capable of everything from rapid prototypes out of polymers to complex metal parts used in rockets. It is now expanding its offering to include production orders. The company is also planning to enhance this process through ERP integration, enabling users to place purchase and Requests for Quotations (RFQs) direct from ERP systems, making it even easier for organisations to get the parts they need.