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To 3D-print or not to 3D-print? Software identifies parts for AM

To 3D-print or not to 3D-print? Software identifies parts for AM

Written by David

April 18, 2019

3YOURMIND’s AMPI software sorts inventories for parts that should be considered for additive manufacturing or parts that can remain using traditional manufacturing methods. (Images provided by 3YOURMIND) It hasn’t taken long for 3YOURMIND to make its presence known in the 3D printing arena. When the German additive manufacturing (AM) software company entered the industry less than five years ago, the initial focus of co-founders Stephan Kuehr and Aleksander Ciszek was to create a 3D-printing ordering marketplace with a direct-to-consumer sales model. Essentially, 3YOURMIND wanted to fill the void between CAD design programs and service bureau production capacity. At the time, there wasn’t much thought about how manufacturing production floors incorporated AM or how a part was distributed. Within a year, Berlin-based 3YOURMIND had its integrated CAD system in place, allowing a manufacturer to upload a CAD file to match its viability for 3D printing. The platform would then perform […]


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