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DNA’s Manufacturing Execution System combined with Dyndrite’s Accelerated Computation Engine to deliver intelligent build preparation and process control environment with production automation at its core Elevated part traceability through automated application of metadata and unique identifiers, such as part serial numbers, to every part produced Executable scripts enable automated workflows for nesting, supports, toolpathing, process control, capturing build intelligence, and more, to develop repeatability and traceability throughout the entire additive workflow

Sunday, September 12, 2021

Seattle, WA., Sunday, September 12, 2021. — Dyndrite™, providers of the core accelerated computation engine used to create next generation digital manufacturing hardware and software, today announced a partnership with, a leading additive manufacturing software company, to deliver Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) that enable mass customization and serial production in additive manufacturing., a part of The Fitfactory group, develops MES software solutions specifically for additive manufacturing. The software streamlines and digitalizes AM process control, capturing AM business intelligence and ensuring robust material traceability in compliance with AS9100 and NADCAP. The company has an impressive client list ranging from global AM bureaus and research organizations, through to corporate customers including Airbus, Safran, WiPro and RICOH.

“Serial production in all manufacturing processes requires repeatable quality and traceability. Achieving that in additive is only possible through better software solutions,” said Harshil Goel, CEO, Dyndrite. “We are excited to work with a company of the caliber of which understands that end users need better software tools, better transparency into the data, and automated workflows with traceability where it matters most.” is integrating Dyndrite’s Accelerated Computation Engine (ACE) to optimize workflow automation during the build process, build traceability to a higher level, and enable customers to deliver true manufacturing production with additive manufacturing.

“As manufacturers step towards digital supply chains with additive, data security, quality assurance and traceability take on a higher importance,” said RamKumar Revanur, CTO, “We are developing MES solutions that will play a pivotal role in scaling additive manufacturing, and Dyndrite is a key element of this.”

The first phase of the integration will be the automated use of part metadata in the build, powered by Dyndrite’s GPU-based processing and Python scripting.

“Unique identifiers such as serial numbers on every part are something we have needed in additive for a long time,” Ram continued. “In large batch sizes, it is virtually impossible to do manually and yet Dyndrite can do the number crunching at scale to  automatically place labels onto each part directly from a database or spreadsheet. While automated labeling is one example of the traceability required for production in additive. The way Dyndrite is enabling it is a huge leap forward. Our intent is to deeply integrate with Dyndrite to develop a robust system for traceability which includes databases for auto generated manufacturing travellers, build reports, and more.”

Dyndrite auto generates human-readable scripts in Python to help define additive build preparation recipes that drive productivity and significantly reduce manual labor by codifying the workflow. As a design change is made, these automated scripts can be executed, without technicians having to spend hours or days reconstructing the build data.

“Ultimately, we will have full and detailed traceability throughout the entire end-to-end additive workflow,” said Jim Walters, MD, “The flexibility of Dyndrite means that end users will have workflows that are easily tuned to their needs, whether qualifying new materials, parts, or mass customization within serial production.”

Dyndrite will be at Rapid + TCT 2021 event, and attendees are welcome to visit to discuss their own additive manufacturing production needs at booth # E7219.

About Dyndrite:

Dyndrite’s mission is to fundamentally affect how geometry is created, transformed and transmitted on a computer. Our Accelerated Computation Engine (ACE), gives hardware and software companies the power, freedom and control necessary to deliver on the potential of digital manufacturing.

The Dyndrite Accelerated Computation Engine (ACE) is the world’s first multi-threaded, GPU-accelerated Geometry Software Developer Kit (SDK). Accessible via both C/C++ and Python interfaces, the Dyndrite Engine democratizes access to a hyper-scalable, geometry-agnostic set of digital manufacturing software tools that deliver eyebrow-raising performance. The company licenses the Engine to hardware, software and enterprise customers. Dyndrite’s team of mathematicians, computer scientists, and engineers exist to help our partners and licensees solve the toughest geometry, compute and automation problems so they can deliver production at scale. We aim to ignite their purpose.

Investors include Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused Investment Fund and former Autodesk CEO Carl Bass. The company was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Seattle, WA. Dyndrite was named a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer for 2021.

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Through its Manufacturing Execution Systems developed specifically for Additive Manufacturing (AM), streamlines and digitalises AM process control, capturing AM business intelligence and ensuring robust material traceability with an impressive client list, ranging from global start-up AM bureaus and Research Technology Organisations through to large corporates such as Airbus, Safran, WIPRO and RICOH.

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