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Dyndrite To Enter End-User Software Market with Next Generation Materials and Process Development Software for LPBF Machines. Launches Early Adopter Program

Tuesday, November 15, 2022
  • New software puts powerful new multi-threaded CPU & GPU-Powered materials and process development tools in the hands of LPBF scientists and engineers
  • Enables LPBF customers to:

             -Expand available materials - New Materials, Alloys, and Multi-Materials

             -Accelerate Build Rate - Large Layer Heights and Variable Print Rates

             -Increase Printable Parts - Small Features, Thin Walls, Domes, and Cantilevers

             -Improve Part Quality - Material Homogeneity and Surface Roughness

             -And more

  • System to support Multi-Optic build strategy operations, and laser parameter control limited only by vendor openness
  • Provides native file support for leading LPBF machines, including Aconity, EOS, Renishaw, SLM Solutions, Trumpf, and others

FRANKFURT, Germany November 15, 2022, Formnext — Today Dyndrite™, providers of the GPU-accelerated computation engine used to create next-generation digital manufacturing hardware and software, announced the release of the company’s first end-user application focused on materials and process development for laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) machines. Dyndrite’s new software gives LPBF materials, part/process, and applications engineers unprecedented power and control over their geometry, build specific toolpathing and laser parameters -  opening the door to new alloys, build rate strategies, and methods for printing previously unprintable parts.

“After 12 years at a large rocket manufacturer leading the assembly of one of the world’s most advanced AM factories, the Dyndrite engineers and I have been hard at work creating the tool that I wish I had in my prior role,” said Steve Walton, Head of Product, Dyndrite. “The industry previously did not have the software needed to rationally explore the opportunities provided by laser powder bed fusion processes. Users could not efficiently investigate new materials, new build strategies, or even new machine architectures. Dyndrite changes this. This new software provides a flexible new approach, a new data model, innovative and performant APIs, and complete access to toolpath geometry for those who want or need to go further.”

Dyndrite Materials & Process Development for LPBF application was designed for the needs of materials and process innovators pushing the boundaries of laser metal-based AM manufacturing. It takes maximum advantage of the powerful features within the company’s groundbreaking Accelerated Computation Engine (ACE), including working directly with native CAD data, handling massive files, the ability to create shareable build recipes, and improving print quality for various geometric features such as domes, cantilevers, and thin walls. 

The Dyndrite LPBF software takes full  advantage of the company’s previously announced 3D Volumetric Part Segmentation technology which enables the detection of upskins, downskins, inskins, and part features typically missed by 2.5D layer-by-layer-based solutions. Using this groundbreaking new geometry query method, parts, materials and machines can now be quickly qualified using geometric operations to compensate for challenges associated with process physics. Moreover, 3D Volumetric Segmentation means you never need to manually combine multiple build files again.

Dyndrite’s intrinsic ability to save out “build recipes'' opens the door to transparent and shareable toolpathing recipes that unlock the full potential of what’s possible on LPBF machines. Anyone can now make a recipe and share it. 

Working with CAD data directly allows for seamless and automated CAD-to-print strategies that shorten print preparation, enable flexible part support strategies and speed DOE experiments.

"Dyndrite’s Toolpathing API unlocked a new dimension of flexibility for our additive manufacturing processes,'' said Sam Miller, Director, AM Software, AM automotive manufacturer. "The additional control over our SLM machines enables us to achieve better material performance and cost productivity in a high-quality manufacturing environment."

“Dyndrite represents the biggest step forward in AM software development for LPBF in the last decade,” continued Steve Walton, Head of Product, Dyndrite. “I’m proud to be a part of the company delivering what the industry has long needed, a toolkit that marries software to hardware and the basis for a powerful, next-generation tool for the emerging AM production market. I’m excited to see the amazing materials and parts the LPBF community produces, and am exceptionally proud of our engineering team and early customers who helped get us to this point.”

The Dyndrite Materials & Process Development for LPBF application is available via the company’s “Early Adopter Program” - a white-glove service offered to a limited number of customers. The LPBF software provides off-the-shelf support for the leading LPBF machines including Aconity3D, AddUp, EOS, Farsoon, Renishaw, SLM Solutions, Trumpf and others.

Dyndrite will demonstrate its Materials and Process Development for LPBF software at Formnext 22 at the Dyndrite booth Hall # 11.0 C61

OEM support for Dyndrite LPBF:


“Dyndrite’s new software approach allows for fine toolpathing control and fully automated data preparation – a missing link to further exploit LPBF’s full industrial potential,” said, Yves Hagedorn, CEO, Aconity3D. “We look forward to putting their software into our customer’s hands.”


“AddUp focuses on making L-PBF systems that provide the best compromise between productivity and parts quality. Our solutions differ from many competitors by being totally open in terms of parameters, meaning you can develop specific manufacturing recipes for your project,” said Mathieu Roche, Software Product Manager, AddUp. “We are pleased to work with Dyndrite to help mutual customers develop their most optimal parameters for throughput and quality”


“Farsoon’s mission is to expand the additive manufacturing marketplace with truly open industrial 3D printers suitable for volume production,” said Don Xu, Farsoon Technologies' Global Business Director. “We are enthused to support Dyndrite in bringing value-added production-oriented solutions to our customer base and the global market.”


“Renishaw’s focus is on maximum productivity AM hardware,” said Matt Parkes, Product Manager, Additive Manufacturing, Renishaw. “With the RenAM 500 series optimized for volume applications and the Dyndrite software accelerating the software space, we’re thrilled to be working together to drive AM forward.”


“Our open architecture approach drives creativity and innovation, but most of all, it allows our customers to be more successful,” said Nicolas Lemaire, Product Strategist - Software & Digitalization for Additive Manufacturing, SLM Solutions. “We are excited about the new applications that will emerge from our relationship with Dyndrite.”


“We are excited to support Dyndrite’s new LPBF software and bring additional possibilities to our customers,” says Timo Degen, Product Manager Data Preparation, TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH. “At Trumpf we believe that our customers need a complete solution consisting of machine, service, consultancy and software. We look forward to working with Dyndrite to offer our customers even more flexibility in their choice of the right data preparation tool for their individual needs.”

About Dyndrite:

Dyndrite’s mission is to fundamentally change how geometry is created, transformed and transmitted on a computer. Our Accelerated Computation Engine (ACE) is the world’s first (geometry agnostic), multi-threaded, GPU-accelerated Geometry Engine. We create and license tools that give companies the power, freedom and control necessary to deliver on the potential of digital manufacturing.

Dyndrite democratizes access to a hyper-scalable, geometry-agnostic set of digital manufacturing software tools that deliver eyebrow-raising performance. The company’s team of mathematicians, computer scientists, and engineers exist to help our partners and customers solve the toughest geometry, compute and automation problems so they can deliver AM 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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