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Dyndrite Demonstrates Aconity3D, EOS, Renishaw, and SLM Solutions Toolpath Control and File Compatibility. Enables Sophisticated Materials and Process Development.

Company showcases parametrically created ASTM qualification build plates for major LPBF platforms. Provides materials and process development scientists and engineers with unique toolpath control. Early adoption program reaches capacity. Opens waitlist for future parties.

Tuesday, May 2, 2023

RapidTCT 23, Dyndrite™, providers of the core Accelerated Computation Engine (ACE) and Application Development Kit (ADK) used to create next-generation digital manufacturing hardware and software, today opened a showcase of programmatically created Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) builds representing the leading metal 3D printer providers including, Aconity3D, EOS, Renishaw, and SLM Solutions. 

Dyndrite Materials and Process Development for LPBF software empowers materials scientists and engineers to dramatically speed up and lower the development cost of new alloys and material parameters for metal AM parts. The company’s robust geometric querying capability and programmatic APIs give users power, freedom and control over exactly how to assign parameters to each part.

The Dyndrite  LPBF materials and process software enables:

  • The development of new materials, alloys, and multi-materials
  • The ability to work with multiple layer heights and define print strategies
  • The ability to tailor parameters for intricate geometry, including small features, thin walls, domes, and cantilevers
  • Ensure material homogeneity
  • Control surface roughness
  • Methods for developing angle-based print support requirements

Dyndrite LPBF provides native file integration with the following metal AM machine providers:


Support through open formats, including CLI/CLI+/ILT, OVF.


Native file support via EOS job and task files through the EOSPRINT SDK.


Native .MTT Renishaw files through the QuantAM API.


Native SLM support, including large multi-optic systems such as the 12 laser NGX 600.

Additional machine vendors are in process.

Support for Dyndrite:

“In a production setting, first time right and cost-effective part manufacturing is of core importance for sustainable growth in a vastly growing range of high-demanding applications, said Yves Hagedorn Managing Director, Aconity3D. “Fully automated data preparation for highly customized parts becomes a key asset in exploiting the benefits of Additive Manufacturing, while closed-loop control of Aconity3D machines assures smooth production. Dyndrite’s toolpath control finally allows for seamless lights-out data preparation and production with full cost control while customers from different industries benefit from full support of open vector formats.”

“Dyndrite adds a powerful capability to adjust parameters to best suit the build at hand,” said Jacob Nuechterlein, President, Elementum3D. “In producing the EOS build, the power to adjust settings within a part based on geometry is ground breaking. Combining true process control with materials science is the next leap for additive manufacturing." 

“Much like Renishaw, Dyndrite is continuously banging the drum for simplification and – crucially – a democratization of scan path generation and parameter assignment,” said Kevin J Brigden, AMG Applications Engineering Manager, Renishaw, Inc. “Dyndrite’s incorporation of our QuantAM API was a crucial step forward and enables them to directly produce build files – including complex laser assignments – for Renishaw machine platforms. As designs increase in complexity, the ability to slice efficiently and generate scan paths has become strained. Where rapid design iteration is crucial to competitive advantage, this inefficiency has become unacceptable. Indeed, with current generations of machines, we have reached a point where print times are sometimes faster than the time it takes to prepare a build file!”

“SLM’s 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.”

“While it is obviously our preference for end-users to run Renishaw machines exclusively, we live in a world where single-source supply is increasingly – and deservingly – viewed with disdain,” continued Mr. Brigden, Renishaw. “In environments where multiple machine types and vendors are present, there needs to be an ability to produce build file formats in a single workflow. Moreover, that workflow should be as consistent and transparent as possible – regardless of the target build platform. Demonstrating platform equivalence is a key challenge our industry faces and Dyndrite is taking a novel approach here that is very intriguing.”

Dyndrite Early Adopter Program
While currently at capacity, companies interested in experiencing Dyndrite LPBF are encouraged to join the company’s material and process development software waitlist. New companies will receive copies of the software based on their position on this list.

RapidTCT 23 - Chicago:

Dyndrite will showcase LPBF builds from EOS, Renishaw, and SLM at the Dyndrite booth: #3324

About Dyndrite:‍
Dyndrite makes an accelerated computation engine, a tool that gives hardware and software companies the power, freedom and control necessary to deliver the future of digital manufacturing. Our GPU-accelerated software delivers hyper-scalability, python automation and eyebrow-raising performance due to the dedication of a team of mathematicians, software engineers, designers, and mechanical engineers. Dyndrite exists to help its partners solve the toughest geometry and compute problems on the planet, to ignite their purpose. Investors include Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused Investment Fund and former Autodesk CEO Carl Bass. The company, which was founded in 2015, is headquartered in Seattle, WA. For more information visit:

Dyndrite PR ContactShawn Hopwood