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makeros.com

Founded Year

2015

Stage

Series A | Alive

Total Raised

$2.53M

Last Raised

$2M | 3 yrs ago

About MakerOS

MakerOS is an end-to-end management platform for your design, prototype, and production workflow.

MakerOS Headquarter Location

1175 W. Long Lake Road Suite 201

Troy, Michigan, 48098,

United States

ESPs containing MakerOS

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Industrials / Manufacturing

Process management systems provide end-to-end management services for design and development. They help document process knowledge, best practices, and ideas. These solutions can also enable knowledge sharing between scientists, engineers, and management. Vendors in the space provide interfaces for process knowledge capture, workflow management, and collaboration. The technology is similar to digi…

MakerOS named as Outperformer among 5 other companies, including Dotmatics, Sapio Sciences, and Fluence Analytics.

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Expert Collections containing MakerOS

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MakerOS is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Advanced Manufacturing.

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Advanced Manufacturing

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

Latest MakerOS News

First Report on 3D Printing Automation Released by SmarTech Analysis

Mar 25, 2021

First Report on 3D Printing Automation Released by SmarTech Analysis March 23, 2021 For the past several months, Jürgen von Hollen has been the CEO of Ultimaker. He comes from Cobot leader Universal Robotics and was previously in leading roles at several different... March 12, 2021 Today, Max and I got to chat to Benny Buller, CEO of VELO3D. His company is shaking up the metal powder bed fusion market and Benny lets us in on... March 9, 2021 Sumeet Jain is the Senior Director of 3D Printing Worldwide for Arkema. Previously Sumeet headed up Sartomer, the company’s DLP and SLA resin brand, for seven years. Sumeet discusses with... Objectify 3DPOD Episode 53: Benny Buller, VELO3D Founder and CEO 3DPOD Episode 52: Sumeet Jain, Arkema Senior Director of 3D Printing Worldwide Search Contact us below to learn more Share this Article SmarTech Analysis, the leading market research firm dedicated to additive manufacturing (AM), has released the industry’s first report dedicated to how 3D printing fits into the Factory of the Future. The report, titled “ Automation, Additive Manufacturing and the Factory of the Future ,” explores the role of 3D printing in the manufacturing sector’s increased trend toward automation. The COVID-19 pandemic has been a wake-up call for manufacturers globally as they realize the drawbacks to centralized factories and distributed supply chains. Rather than completely overhaul their supply networks, they are revamping their existing infrastructure. In turn, 3D printing has been seen as a potentially useful tool in addressing supply chain vulnerabilities. However, SmarTech notes that, despite all of its advantages, 3D printing only represents a single percent of the entire $13 trillion manufacturing industry. This is in large part due to the obstacles faced with the technology, which include the number of steps required, the lack of laborers skilled in AM, issues with quality control, lack of regulatory standards, and the expense related to scaling the technology. The report not only discusses these problems, but how they are being resolved. A vision of an automated 3D printing factory with AM-Flow products. Image courtesy of AM-Flow. At the same time as there are obstacles to adoption, manufacturers are working to digitize their factories and see AM as a valuable tool in that process. This, in turn, is feeding into the industrialization of 3D printing. Among the trends occurring in the automation of 3D printing is the digitization of the technology as it relates to such verticals as electronic instruments, medical devices, transportation, and industrial equipment. The automation of the 3D printing supply chain is occurring both on actual 3D printers and distributed manufacturing networks. This has included the use of new controls, sensors, robotics and artificial intelligence to automate pre- and post-print steps. The report goes into extensive detail about aspects of the industry 3DPrint.com has been reporting on for some time, bringing granular data to the stories and connecting them into a single structured and valuable resource. For instance, at the Additive Manufacturing Strategies summit , there was a vertical dedicated to automation in AM . While a number of firms, like AdditiveLab and VELO3D , are working to handle the automation of pre-print simulation, others, such as Additive Assurance , are tackling in-process quality control. Then, there are firms like PostProcess and AM-Flow that are taking care of the post-processing side of the workflow. Finally, there are software-driven businesses handling the entire management side of production, which includes SAP, 3D Control Systems , MakerOS and more. The Additive Assurance quality control system installed on a Renishaw metal 3D printer. Image courtesy of Additive Assurance. Despite the challenges of adopting AM, the report points out how the use of AM results in lower costs and a smaller manufacturing footprint than conventional manufacturing techniques. This includes up to 15 percent in increased profit from the use of 3D printing in production, either for direct manufacturing or tooling. The report includes information about a wide variety of firms that are enabling the automation of AM, including: Dassault Systèmes, SAP, Materialise, Ansys, EOS, 3D Systems, Senvol, Autodesk, AREVO, Siemens, PTC, Castor, nTopology, PTC, , Siemens, 3YourMind, Authentise, Link3D, Additive Assurance, Renishaw, Identify3D, Simba Chain, GranuTools, Aris Technology, PostProcess Technology, DyeMansion, AMT, and Divergent 3D. Author of the report Dr. Mike Vasquez, Founder and CEO of consulting company 3Degrees, told 3DPrint.com: The maturation of the additive manufacturing sector has had a profound impact on the breadth of applications and industries applying the technology. The case-specific manufacturing advantages of 3D printing will continue to grow, which will require the development of new technologies to bring efficiency and scale to what currently is often a fragmented, manual process with many islands of data. This report examines this exciting evolution and provides context for the development of the industry in the coming years.

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