Is This a New Chapter for Additive Manufacturing?
On April 21-22, 2020, Dyndrite hosted the Dyndrite Developer Council 2020 online event. The lineup of speakers from Dyndrite Developer Council members spanned the additive and engineering software industries, including HP, NVIDIA, SLM, EOS, 3D Systems, Renishaw, Ansys and many more.
‘Deep Additive Experience and Curiosity’ – Meet Hayden, Application Engineer
As a recent new hire to Dyndrite, Hayden brings deep experience in additive tools, workflows, processes and software for aerospace as well as an intense curiosity that has helped define his career.
"I am truly excited to be delivering a new revolution in the industry with the Dyndrite team"
“I came to Dyndrite because of the company’s clear vision to solve the frustrations engineers have with current additive manufacturing software,” stated Dahlon, application engineer at Dyndrite.
2020 Will Mark a Turning Point in Additive Manufacturing.
Innovation in additive manufacturing hardware and materials in the last decade has been nothing short of phenomenal: an industry that was ‘good enough’ to do rapid prototyping, but nothing more, 20 years ago, has evolved into a thriving market that is providing certified parts for planes, satellites, energy infrastructure, automobiles and medical implants.
Dyndrite Geometry Kernel and Additive Toolkit: Delivering the Promise of Modern Manufacturing
After more than 3 years of development, we are proud to finally release the Dyndrite Geometry Kernel - a software solution that is out to shape the future of additive manufacturing. With over 100 guests including developers and OEMs, our team introduced the Accelerated Geometry Kernel (AGK) on the opening day of the 2019 Additive Manufacturing Users Group 2019 Conference in Chicago.
Power, Freedom, Control
Software tools in design and manufacturing are indispensable for designers and manufacturers in today’s environment. Advancements over the years such as the introduction of CAD tools and new manufacturing processes like 3D printing have enabled us to design more complex objects and enabled the production of new types of parts never manufacturable before.