Ultimaker, an international leader in professional additive manufacturing unveiled Ultimaker Essentials. This is the latest software solution made to assist firms in overcoming key obstacles in the acceptance of 3D printing.
Ultimaker Essentials allows firms to integrate additive manufacturing in present IT infrastructures. It also enables for a seamless dispensation and modernization of additive manufacturing software.
The premium subscription-based software offer handles many obvious IT problems as well as the need for enhanced management around workflows and the expertise gap that is present in the production sector.
A key concern in the enterprise IT departments is the capability to effectively and centrally handle distribution of additive manufacturing software. Ultimaker Essentials handles the problem of making sure plugins and updates are distributed around the users in a company at the same period. This streamlines the procedure, offering good control around several 3D printers in a company.
Also, Ultimaker Essentials comprises a latest direct support feature and a list of approved plugins to assist successfully scale additive manufacturing outputs. Subscribing to Ultimaker Essentials offers firms with a business grade solution for embracing a complete additive manufacturing infrastructure.
This is what the CEO of Ultimaker, Jos Burger had to say: “As one of the core pillars of Industry 4.0, 3D printing is an essential part of progressive business solutions and processes. In the wake of the recent pandemic, companies need to quickly realize, if they haven’t already, that global supply chains and manufacturing workflows can be easily disrupted. The transition to digital distribution and local manufacturing is now imminent and more imperative than ever. The Ultimaker Essentials launch is targeted at addressing these gaps and removing the final barriers in the adoption of 3D printing.”
Part of this Ultimaker Essential package allows the users to get into the 3 eLearning courses via the Ultimaker 3D Printing Academy. The academy was unveiled today. The 2019 3D Printing Sentiment Index by Ultimaker discovered that 69% of the experts surveyed quoted expertise as the major obstacle, of which, 40% stated a lack of required skill sets to correctly support additive manufacturing.
The Ultimaker 3D Printing Academy assists experts prevail over these obstacles with collected and created content catered especially to the jobs of nowadays. The Ultimaker 3D Printing Academy courses, varying from newbies to specialist level. Will as well be accessible differently from Ultimaker Essentials.
“We are thrilled to roll-out the Ultimaker 3D Printing Academy as a premier platform for learning, which will significantly increase in value over time,” stated Nuno Campos, CMO at Ultimaker. “This is only the first step of our program as in Q4 we will expand the Academy by releasing multiple role- and topic-based courses, which will lead to additional certifications. We look forward to the continued adoption and education of 3D printing and are excited to help businesses uncover how 3D printing can benefit their business now and in the future.”