Authentise Teams with Autodesk for Additive Workflow

It is collaborating with Autodesk to release an integration that makes use of Autodesk’s Netfabb software with Authentise’s additive workflow management tools.

It is collaborating with Autodesk to release an integration that makes use of Autodesk’s Netfabb software with Authentise’s additive workflow management tools.

As part of the integration, users of Authentise products can now load geometries directly into Netfabb with a single press of a button. Image courtesy of Authentise.

Authentise, data-driven workflow tool provider for additive manufacturing, reports that it is collaborating with Autodesk to release an integration that makes use of Autodesk’s Netfabb software with Authentise’s additive workflow management tools.

As part of the integration, users of Authentise products can now load geometries directly into Netfabb with a press of a button, using Autodesk’s cloud-based Forge developer platform. Saving files edited in Netfabb back into Authentise is equally simple, so that an additive workflow from quoting to CAD editing, version control, scheduling, and real-time, data-driven monitoring is now possible. The integration is available to customers who subscribe to both Authentise’s Additive Accelerator and any version of Autodesk Netfabb.

“We are delighted to work with Authentise to connect the additive production workflow from start to finish,” says Robert Yancey, director for Manufacturing and Production Industry Strategy at Autodesk. “Together, we will not only ensure cohesive user experiences but work to connect production feedback directly with the design, and vice versa. We also expect to work with Authentise to automate the additive process even further by embedding our features at key points of the production journey.”

“Our experience with Danfoss and other customers has highlighted the fragmented process for additive as a real concern,” says Andre Wegner, CEO of Authentise. “At the same time, engineers worry that if their tools all come from the same company, they won’t get access to the best possible solutions. With this integration we have proven you can have your cake and eat it too – use the best tools for the job in a completely seamless workflow.”

Sources: Press materials received from the company.

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