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Dyndrite and Renishaw Partner for Higher Performance, Precision Metal-Based Additive Manufacturing

Dyndrite’s Additive Manufacturing Toolkit (AMT) Delivers GPU-Accelerated Preparation Capabilities to Renishaw’s QuantAM Build Processor

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

November 19, 2019 – Formnext Hall 12.1 Booth G131, Frankfurt. Dyndrite™ Corporation ('den-drite') – developer of the general processing unit (GPU)-powered Additive Manufacturing Toolkit (AMT) – today announced a working relationship with Renishaw™ plc (Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, England), global leader in metal additive manufacturing technology, to integrate the Dyndrite AMT into the company’s QuantAM™ build processor.

Dyndrite AMT enables wide range of enhancements for QuantAM users, including:

  • Streamlined CAD-to-Print workflow that feeds data to QuantAM and Renishaw machines  
  • Accelerated slicing, build and file preparation with existing Renishaw tools
  • Ability to handle and process large files
  • Accelerated latticing and light weighting
  • Python application programming interface (API) and workflow customizability

Dyndrite's AMT also enables Renishaw to utilize advanced additive simulation solutions in collaboration with other members of Dyndrite’s Developer Council (of which Renishaw is a founding member), including industry leaders Ansys® and Altair™.

“The future of Additive Manufacturing is all about speed – of design iteration, simulation, build preparation and printing to deliver creativity, flexibility, increased part volumes and economical parts,” said Stephen Anderson, Additive Manufacturing Business Manager at Renishaw. “That said, speed cannot come at the cost of quality – we must be able to trust that parts from AM machines are repeatable across builds, machines, factories and countries. To do that, we need to measure as we build and be able to analyze the enormous accompanying data to adapt the next build or even the next layer. Processing that data quickly requires massive computational power – GPU cores and lots of them! Working with Dyndrite core GPU-enhanced technology gives Renishaw customers the potential to accelerate design and simulation, to be able to analyze build data fast and to use that data to control process quality.”

About AMT and ACE:

The Dyndrite AMT, built on the company’s ‘Accelerated Computational Engine’ (ACE) geometry kernel, takes maximum advantage of both modern central processing units (CPUs) and NVIDIA® GPU compute architectures, delivering unparalleled performance for geometric and additive manufacturing specific computations. Dyndrite’s Accelerated Computational Engine (ACE) powers the AMT and is the world’s first geometry kernel designed to fully leverage and scale with the NVIDIA® Quadro® line of GPUs, the preeminent visual computing platform.

In comparison to other offerings, the CPU-only strategy employed by legacy build processors is limiting for a number of the modern algorithms used in 3D printing. Dyndrite accelerates complex cases, which previously took hours to process on the most powerful CPUs, to just a few minutes or seconds by using modern GPU computer architecture and programming practices. Renishaw customers interested in learning more about Dyndrite should visit .

About Renishaw:

UK-based Renishaw is a world leading engineering technologies company, supplying products used for applications as diverse as jet engine and wind turbine manufacture, through to dentistry and brain surgery. It has 5,000 employees located in the 36 countries where it has wholly owned subsidiary operations.

About Dyndrite:

Dyndrite Corporation (Pronounced ‘Den-drite’), is a Gradient Ventures (Google’s AI-focused venture arm), Carl Bass (former CEO of Autodesk), venture backed company providing the first of its kind GPU-powered, Python accessible, “Accelerated Computational Engine” (ACE) and “Additive Manufacturing Toolkit” (AMT) which combine to bring modern performance, capabilities, accessibility, and productivity to the design, engineering, and additive manufacturing marketplaces.

The company’s Python application programming interface (API) opens the doors for automation and integration with a wide variety of third-party applications and services. Dyndrite targets additive customers within the aerospace, automotive, energy, medical and service bureau markets, pushing the boundaries of additive production and workflow customization.

The Dyndrite technologies are also licensed by independent software vendors (ISVs) and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to create next generation software and hardware hardware and software solutions. Learn more at

Dyndrite is a trademark of Dyndrite Corporation. All other trademarks and registered trademarks previously cited are hereby recognized and acknowledged.