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About 3DPrinterOS

3DPrinterOS is a virtual factory that enables customers to have access to real-time web to direct 3D printing. 3DPrinterOS has developed an operating system for desktop 3D printers.

3DPrinterOS Headquarter Location

1518 Pershing Drive Apt F

San Francisco, California, 94129,

United States

877-467-7004

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Industrials / Manufacturing Tech

3D printing (a method for layer by layer production) can help quickly produce parts, including some that wouldn’t be possible to make otherwise. Meanwhile, computer numerical control (CNC) methods (which cut away material) are powering automated systems for machining parts. Companies in this market offer 3D printers and CNCs that are well suited for design and prototyping applications.

3DPrinterOS named as Outperformer among 8 other companies, including Formlabs, Raise3D, and LUCeXcel Group.

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Expert Collections containing 3DPrinterOS

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3DPrinterOS is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Digitization & Automation In Manufacturing.

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Digitization & Automation In Manufacturing

203 items

Companies in discrete manufacturing focused on improving efficiency through digitization and automation.

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Advanced Manufacturing

2,340 items

Companies focused on the technologies to increase manufacturing productivity, ranging from automation & robotics to AR/VR to factory analytics & AI, plus many more.

Latest 3DPrinterOS News

PrintParts and 3D Control Systems Partner to Integrate End-to-End Traceability in AM Industry

Nov 4, 2021

PrintParts and 3D Control Systems Partner to Integrate End-to-End Traceability in AM Industry November 1, 2021 Mahendran Reddy is the Business Development Director for NAMIC. NAMIC is Singapore’s 3D printing promotion and coordination organization. I think it’s a remarkably effective one at that. We spoke to... October 25, 2021 Frank Piller is one of the leading voices in mass customisation. He’s a Professor at RWTH Aachen University and has written and done a lot of research into mass customisation.... October 21, 2021 Dr. Jason Jones was an AM researcher on a project that expanded in scope and got very complicated. Miraculously it resulted in a company called Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies. This firm... Objectify 3DPOD Episode 83: NAMIC Business Development Director, Mahendran Reddy 3DPOD Episode 82: Mass Customization Theory and Practice with Dr. Frank T. Piller, RWTH Aachen University 3DPOD Episode 81: Hybrid Manufacturing with Dr. Jason Jones, CEO Hybrid-AM Search Contact us below to learn more Share this Article A development partnership agreement has been announced between 3D Control Systems , a San Francisco-based software company specializing in workflow management platforms for additive manufacturing, and PrintParts Inc. , an AM technologies and services provider in New York City. The two companies will be combining PrintParts’ SmartParts authentication and traceability capabilities with 3D Control Systems’ workflow software. The primary aim of this collaborative effort is to allow users to create an entirely traceable manufacturing process from start to finish. PrintParts and 3D Control Systems envision that this will not only improve the precision with which digital twin data is stored and analyzed; it will also make the benefits of storing that information more functional in the production process by integrating the data directly with the relevant physical parts. Commenting on the collaboration, founder and CEO of PrintParts Robert Haleluk said, “we saw the need for traceability within additive as it continues to prove beneficial for production purposes, and additive MES companies such as 3D Control Systems are already providing end-users with the visibility and control they need to scale into production applications.” Adding to Halelu’s comments, CEO and co-founder of 3D Control Systems Michelle Bockman suggested that through this partnership “we expect to deliver more than an integration between companies, we start a new path in AM history with a real solution helping real people.” PrintParts’ Smart Parts platform makes it as easy for users to track industrial components as it is to manufacture with them. Image courtesy of PrintParts Inc. Integration has always been fundamental to 3D printing, and it’s becoming a more significant consideration than ever, both in shaping the major moves made by key companies, as well as in trying to gauge the trajectory of where the industry as a whole is headed in the near future. Generally, this isn’t a unique attribute of 3D printing compared to the contemporary global business environment at large; in a more specific sense, however, the rate at which it’s happening compared to the age of the field itself is quite striking. When looking at integration in other industries, usually in the form of mergers and acquisitions between enormous multinational corporations, it tends to be a symptom of stagnation, an attempt at monopolistic control, or simply a way to maximize profit. For instance, hearing about a company “streamlining” its operations is usually a euphemism for its downsizing plans (itself, a euphemism for firing lots of people). PrintParts’ SmartParts combined with 3D Control Systems’ workflow software will help users optimize their production practices. Image courtesy of 3D Control Systems. On the other hand, the type of integration that currently exists in the 3D printing industry is forward-looking : it seems to be happening as a proactive measure to prevent the kind of waste characteristic of enormous industrial operations from ever overtaking the sector rather than a corrective implemented after-the-fact. Whether such integration is happening in terms of combining software platforms with proprietary hardware solutions, or the joining together of various companies for specific efforts, or even integrating entire supply chains, symbiosis is clearly becoming a critical factor all across the board in 3D printing. This will continue to be more crucial going forward for all companies and institutions involved if additive manufacturing is to fulfill its promise of providing a more sustainable version of industrialization. Some of the industrial parts made with PrintParts’ services, which will now be tracked with 3D Control Systems software. Image courtesy of PrintParts Inc.

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  • Where is 3DPrinterOS's headquarters?

    3DPrinterOS's headquarters is located at 1518 Pershing Drive, San Francisco.

  • What is 3DPrinterOS's latest funding round?

    3DPrinterOS's latest funding round is Seed VC - II.

  • Who are the investors of 3DPrinterOS?

    Investors of 3DPrinterOS include Emery Capital, BEENEXT and Cercano Management.

  • Who are 3DPrinterOS's competitors?

    Competitors of 3DPrinterOS include Zmorph, Stratasys, Ultimaker, Fictiv, Raise3D, Fast Radius, Seurat Technologies, nTopology, Astroprint, Voxel8 and 24 more.

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