Dyndrite Launches Developer Program; Establishes Inaugural Developer Council to Steer Future Development
Dyndrite to work with developers and OEMs including Aconity3D, EOS, HP, NVIDIA, Plural and Renishaw to promote applications based on its new "Computational Geometry Engine" to advance 3D printing experience.
April 1, 2019
At the Additive Manufacturers Users Group (AMUG) 2019 in Chicago, Dyndrite Corporation announced the launch of its Developer Program and inaugural members of its Developer Council—a group of industry leaders committed to advancing the accessibility of the additive manufacturing industry. The Dyndrite Developer program officially opens in the fall of 2019.
Dyndrite Corporation, provides what it calls a “Computational Geometry Engine” and Additive Toolkit (AT), which it says combine to bring modern performance, capabilities, and productivity to the design, engineering, and manufacturing marketplaces. The company was first publicly announced at NVIDIA GTC last month. Dyndrite is accessible via an integrated Python Application Programming Interface (API), which provides control and customization to developers, engineers, technicians and device original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
“For 30 years, CAD/CAM developers have relied on outdated and slow-performing CPU-based geometry kernels,” said Brian Harrison, director, advanced products, NVIDIA. “We've worked with Dyndrite to optimize their native GPU-based geometry kernel so customers can have a modern, GPU-based platform that advances design and manufacturing production for today's complex use cases.”
The company says its Dyndrite Developer Program provides the tools, resources and community application solution that providers and OEMs need to creatively leverage the Dyndrite Geometry Kernel and Additive Toolkit, and Python API to create and exchange new additive applications, workflows and best practices.
Dyndrite also announced the creation and inaugural members of the Dyndrite Developer Council — a member-based group of industry leaders that help steer the future development of the Dyndrite platform. Inaugural members include Aconity3D, EOS, Plural, and Renishaw.
“The shift to additive manufacturing at scale will require continuous innovation in the ways a digital intent becomes a physical part,” said Ryan Palmer, head of software and data, 3D printing at HP. “Dyndrite is pushing boundaries in areas that can expand the possibilities of additive manufacturing. HP is pleased to announce its involvement on the Dyndrite Developer Council and we look forward to working with other members in exploring new applications for this technology.”
“The accessibility of the Dyndrite platform opens the door to a wide variety of users and use cases,” said Shawn Hopwood, chief marketing officer and head of developer relations at Dyndrite. “Our goal is to provide an infrastructure that fosters innovation and information exchange and that helps pioneers bring new solutions, we could never imagine, to market.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website and discussions with company representatives at NVIDIA GTC and AMUG.
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