Dyndrite adds AON3d, Aurora Labs, Desktop Metal and Impossible Objects to its developer council

By William Smith
Dyndrite, a provider of additive manufacturing software, has announced the inclusion of AON3D, Aurora Labs, Desktop Metal and Impossible Objects on its...

Dyndrite, a provider of additive manufacturing software, has announced the inclusion of AON3D, Aurora Labs, Desktop Metal and Impossible Objects on its developer council.

They will join additive manufacturing leaders like HP, EOS and Renishaw who already sit on the council, whose purpose is to help shape next-generation Dyndrite applications and workflows.

“To achieve new levels of creativity, ease-of-use, and throughput in Additive Manufacturing we need strong and trusted connections between hardware and software,” said Shawn Hopwood, Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Developer Relations at Dyndrite. “We’re excited to welcome our new OEM members and look forward to their wisdom as we iterate on the Dyndrite roadmap.”

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Dyndrite’s software solutions are said to combine to bring modern performance, capabilities, and productivity to the design, engineering, and manufacturing marketplaces.

“It was clear from our first meeting that the Dyndrite team understands the challenges facing the AM industry and have developed a differentiated solution to help solve it.” said Kevin Han, AON3D CEO and co-founder. “We’re excited to work with Dyndrite to accelerate our own development roadmap on our mission to provide solutions that enable high-performance materials for AM.”

"We're excited to be a part of the Dyndrite Developer Council,” added Jonah Myerberg, DesktopMetal co-founder and CTO. "We've been impressed with the capabilities, performance, and potential of the Dyndrite architecture, and we look forward to exploring how Desktop Metal can apply this exciting technology to our Additive Manufacturing roadmap.”

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