Dyndrite has announced a long term licensing agreement with HP to help power their next generation cloud and edge-based digital manufacturing solutions.
Provider of an accelerated geometry kernel aimed at building next generation Additive Manufacturing hardware and software solutions, Dyndrite says the collaboration will bring ‘unprecedented performance, efficiency, automation, and extensibility’ to HP’s growing portfolio of digital manufacturing products.
The Dyndrite Kernel, the technology selected by HP to power their next generation manufacturing software solutions, is designed for enabling the development of high performance, scalable, and extensible AM hardware and software solutions.
It features a multi-threaded and GPU-powered hybrid geometry core, a scalable modern computation architecture, and an accessible Python programming interface.
Dyndrite’s built-in extensibility enables a variety of plug-ins for simulation, MES, OEM toolpath development, and more.
“The promise of AM is to deliver customised, personalised, and on-demand 3D printed parts, on an industrial scale. For this to happen the AM software industry must evolve,” said Dyndrite CEO Harshil Goel.
“Dyndrite’s mission has been to accelerate this change. Our collaboration with HP dramatically scales the impact our technology will have in the AM and DM industries.”
This new strategic and long-term partnership between Dyndrite and HP is the culmination of a working relationship that began when HP signed on as the inaugural member of the Dyndrite Developer Council, a group of the world’s leading 3D printer manufacturers and software developers.
HP suggests that the continued commitment shows them leading the industry in innovation in three key areas; quality, performance, and automation.
Both companies spoke at the launch about collaborating on delivering on the promise of additive manufacturing and bringing new performance and functionality to the digital manufacturing industry
“We are committed to advancing our digital manufacturing platform capabilities and this strategic collaboration with Dyndrite is an exciting next step on the journey,” said Ryan Palmer, HP 3D Printing & Digital Manufacturing global head of software, data and automation.
“Innovations in software, data intelligence, and workflow automation are key to unlocking the full potential of additive manufacturing.”