SLM Solutions integrates Assembrix VMS software for remote operation

February 3, 2022

The Assembrix VMS software has been integrated into SLM Solutions’ AM machines (Courtesy SLM Solutions)

SLM Solutions, Lübeck, Germany, and software developer Assembrix, Tel Aviv, Israel, have integrated the Assembrix VMS™ software with SLM Solutions’ Additive Manufacturing machines. The Assembrix VMS platform enables remote Additive Manufacturing, while maintaining the high-security standards that enable OEMs to work remotely and still have complete ownership of the fully automated AM process.

A real-time data feed keeps customers updated on the building status, while advanced encryption technology ensures IP protection.

“We are excited to partner with SLM Solutions and offer our clients an end-to-end solution for secured distributed Additive Manufacturing that works seamlessly with SLM Solutions’ 3D printers,” stated Lior Polak, CEO of Assembrix. “The need to remotely control the Additive Manufacturing process with both existing and new suppliers is rapidly growing by manufacturers from multiple industries and locations. With Assembrix’s powerful platform, SLM Solutions can create groundbreaking business opportunities for customers and other key players in the Additive Manufacturing industry.”

Sam O’Leary, CEO of SLM Solutions, added, “The Assembrix integration allows our customers to take advantage of a completely secure remote printing process while further driving the optimisation of their global supply chains. It fits perfectly to our open architecture strategy, enabling and empowering our customers to do more, achieve more, and be more successful.”

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