HP Selects Dyndrite Kernel to Power Digital Manufacturing Solutions
Companies collaborate on delivering additive manufacturing and bringing new performance and functionality to digital manufacturing industry.
August 11, 2020
Dyndrite, providers of the accelerated geometry kernel used to build additive manufacturing (AM) hardware and software solutions, announce a long-term licensing agreement with HP to help power their next-generation cloud and edge-based digital manufacturing solutions, the companies report. The collaboration is designed to bring performance, efficiency, automation, and extensibility to the company's growing portfolio of digital manufacturing products, the companies add. This agreement demonstrates HP's commitment to industry innovation in three key areas; quality, performance and automation.
“From the very beginning, HP recognized the potential of Dyndrite's kernel technology. As the first member of the Dyndrite Development Council, we quickly identified areas where Dyndrite's innovative technology could be applied to solve the larger challenges facing the AM industry,” says Ryan Palmer, global head of Software, Data and Automation, HP 3D Printing & Digital Manufacturing. “For too long the additive industry has been in a state where the capabilities of the manufacturing devices exceeded the ability of the software needed to support them. We needed a new foundation from which to innovate, and Dyndrite's technology provides that foundation.”
“The promise of AM is to deliver customized, personalized, and on-demand 3D printed parts, on an industrial scale. For this to happen the AM software industry must evolve,” said Harshil Goel, founder and CEO of Dyndrite. “Dyndrite's mission has been to accelerate this change. Our collaboration with HP dramatically scales the impact our technology will have in the AM and DM industries.”
The Dyndrite Kernelis specially designed for enabling the development of high performance, scalable, and extensible AM hardware and software solutions, the company says. It features a multi-threaded and GPU-powered hybrid geometry core, a scalable modern computation architecture, and an accessible Python programming interface. Dyndrite's built-in extensibility enables a variety of plug-ins for simulation, MES, OEM toolpath development, and more.
This new strategic and long-term partnership between Dyndrite and HP is the culmination of a working relationship that began when HP signed on as the inaugural member of the Dyndrite Developer Council, a group of 3D printer manufacturers and software developers that include: 3D Systems, Aconity3D, Altair Engineering, ANSYS, AON3D, Aurora Labs, Desktop Metal, EOS, ExOne, HP, Impossible Objects, NVIDIA, Plural, Renishaw and SLM Solutions.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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