May 5, 2015
CloudDDM, a provider of direct digital manufacturing, has launched its advanced additive manufacturing facility location on the UPS Supply Chain Solutions Campus.
This combination of 3D printing technology, automation and location, the company states it will be able to provide services to a number of designers, engineers and companies who wish to leverage the technology. The organization currently serves industries such as aerospace, automotive, transportation, medical and consumer devices.
“We are excited to have CloudDDM as a resident on our UPS Supply Chain Solutions Campus,” said Mark Wallace, president of Global Logistics and Distribution, UPS. “Locating at UPS Worldport hub allows CloudDDM to leverage our integrated network and end-of-runway location to get 3D printed parts in the hands of their customers as quickly as possible. As this technology continues to become more mainstream, UPS has the ability to scale the shipping and logistics solutions to meet the additive manufacturing services provided by CloudDDM.”
For more information, visit CloudDDM.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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