“Our mission is to empower your soul by providing the most powerful mathematical tools on the planet. With our software you can develop innovative next-generation solutions; you can ignite your purpose.”
Harshil Goel, Founder & CEO
Dyndrite Corporation is composed of mathematicians, software engineers, designers, and mechanical engineers, all with a strong belief in the game-changing power of digital & additive manufacturing. We aim to unlock the promise of these emerging technologies within production-oriented environments across numerous industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical, energy, consumer goods, and service bureau providers.
Our flagship product, the Dyndrite Accelerated Geometry Engine, is a new kind of geometry kernel that brings unprecedented performance, portability, scalability, and automation to the digital manufacturing world. Our high-level software stack and Python environment empowers our customers to build next generation software or additive manufacturing hardware easier and faster than ever before. Our customers include hardware OEMs, software ISVs, enterprise developers, contract developers and manufacturers.
To help guide our roadmap, establish standards, and promote cross-vendor solutions we maintain a Developer Council consisting of the industry’s leading brands, including 3D Systems, Altair, Ansys, HP, EOS, Renishaw and SLM to name a few.
It’s been 30 years since the last CAM kernel was written - the world has changed quite a bit since then. Let’s build a better future, together.
Dyndrite’s mission is to deliver on the promise of additive manufacturing - a digital manufacturing methodology that gives visionaries, designers, engineers and consumers a new creative and powerful economic palette upon which to rely upon. To accomplish this we’ve had to start from the ground up, taking a “First Principles Approach” that forced us to look at new technologies that can deliver on the promise of this technology, over holding onto the past.
Manufacturing is on the cusp of a complete transformation. The disruptive nature of additive manufacturing, once relegated to prototyping and bespoke manufacturing, is becoming required and complementary alongside traditional subtractive manufacturing - bringing with it new levels of automation (being solved by Dyndrite) and manufacturing workflows not currently experienced in traditional manufacturing.
Dyndrite has embarked on becoming a new digital nervous system for customers and partners to define, develop and deliver a new manufacturing ecosystem. Those customers include: