Materialise Cloud Software Powers GROW and Fabnami

Materialise now links its cloud software to GROW and Fabnami, a British and Swiss 3D printing platform. Materialise Cloud is part of the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite, an extensive portfolio of software solutions for 3D Printing.

Materialise has developed an advanced software suite that facilitates 3D printing models for a wide range of users. A part of this software is available in the cloud, which means that online software platforms do not need to develop all 3D printing functionalities themselves and can focus on their core activities. They can connect to the cloud engine and streamline their business workflow by integrating automated tools into their process that help to prepare models for 3D Printing. Materialise’s software in the cloud is available via a pay-per-use system.

GROW has developed a range of desktop and cloud-based applications to bridge the gap between CAD designs and industrial production, to protect industrial designs and to facilitate distributed manufacturing. By integrating tools from Materialise, GROW’s project.AM platform can offer users free access to market-leading tools to repair, optimize and analyze their designs when first uploaded to the project.AM platform.

“We are delighted that, from the launch of project.AM, our users will have free access to these market-leading tools from the Materialise Cloud,” states Ray Coyle, CEO of GROW. “Materialise is the leading name in Additive Manufacturing software for business and we are proud to make such high quality AM utilities available to our OEM and contract manufacturer clients.”

Fabnami’s enterprise 3D printing SaaS automates sales and streamlines business processes in service bureaus and production facilities worldwide. Fabnami’s ecosystem is built on proprietary algorithms that perform a broad range of printer specific measurements, design rule verifications and manufacturability checks. Offered as a web API, turn-key e-commerce platform and company internal service orchestration tool to support sales, engineering and operations of 3D printing service bureaus and facilities. To extend the range of its supported file formats and provide on-demand mesh repair capabilities, Fabnami integrates Materialise Cloud.

“Having been many years in the business of computational geometry for 3D printing, we have come to appreciate Materialise’s achievements in the field, and we are proud to offer their technology to our clients. By integrating Materialise Cloud with Fabnami, we are able to dramatically improve the level of automation, and reduce the manpower costs associated to sales and engineering,” explains Benoit Valin, founder at Fabnami.

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