Several years ago, Adobe launched software which made printing simple. Dyndrite maintains it’s doing the same thing with Additive Manufacturing software for 3D printing. The company is based in Seattle. It believes that it’s Additive Manufacturing toolset and build processor will execute 3D printing faster and easier.
Tapping the power of GPUs (graphics processing units) the company ACE is a geometry core that makes it straightforward to transfer files from sketch to 3D printing.
A 3D printer is able to print a model in a flash using GPU processing instead of doing it for hours. This software can take original CAD files and send them for 3D printed yield. It also has an included Python interface for scripting synergistic workflows.
“There are parallels in our story with Adobe, which was one of the big Silicon Valley stories of the 1980s.” Said the founder and Dyndrite’s CEO Harshil Goel during an interview with VentureBeat. He continued to mention that Dot-matrix printing was unfortunate. Also, Goel said that among the key things that helped desktop-printing change was Adobe.
“Their PostScript was a powerful computer language that essentially described a printer and the output. We are doing the same, describing a three-dimensional object for a 3D printer.” Said Goel
The users of the 3D printers of today are propelling the limits of additive manufacturing. This is in a move to enhance production, efficiency all through, and quality. Sadly, users have had to depend on legacy applications, legacy formats, and unfinished vertical solutions. All these fail to meet the developing data, production, and design needs of business leaders. It is similar to how difficult printing on a dot-matrix printer was ere Adobe.
“One key issue is the data explosion. So when you have basically all the 3D printers getting bigger and bigger, and the resolution is getting smaller and smaller, then you get a data explosion,” Says Goel. “That’s where we come in. Imagine something like putting a serial number on a 3D-printed object. It is laborious and takes a long time. We can make that dramatically more efficient. Everything our software does is about performance.” He added.
AMT build prcessor and Dyndrite ACE engine created from the ground up. This is by maximizing modern technologies and methodologies to achieve the needs of production-oriented customers. The customers are in the automotive, aerospace, energy, service bureau markets, and medical.
Dyndrite allows users to handle terabytes of production data, print higher-order geometries, and dynamically modify parts in-situ. This is so as to both the quality and throughput.
In a statement, Ravi Kunju, senior vice president at Altair says, “Altair is a global technology company providing solutions in product development, high-performance computing, and data intelligence. We have been a leading provider of enterprise-class engineering software since 1985, with a world-class reputation for delivering results for our customers — and they are developing the most demanding applications in the industry.”
Kunju continued to say that while working with over 5,000 clients commanding the path it’s good to deliver the best. He was referring to industries like the design for automotive, electronics, aerospace, government, and defense. “And we are exploring Dyndrite as a promising component technology by being part of the developer counsel.” He added.