Stratasys Announces GrabCAD Print

The platform is designed to streamline the design-to-3D-print workflow, the company states.

Stratasys has introduced GrabCAD Print, a new approach to a design-to-3D-print workflow, the company states. The program is based on the GrabCAD SaaS (software-as-a-service) program and is designed for engineers, designers and students.

According to Stratasys, GrabCAD Print is designed to make 3D printing fast and easy-to-use, while reducing errors by eliminating requirements to translate and repair CAD files. Product designers, engineers, and 3D printer operators can now send native CAD files to a Stratasys 3D Printer or service bureau directly from their familiar CAD environments.

The company is also working on providing integrations for Dassault Systèmes’ SOLDIWORKS, Siemens PLM Software and PTC Creo.

“When we acquired GrabCAD two years ago, our vision was to provide a digital manufacturing backbone to support adoption of 3D printing technologies,” said Josh Claman, chief business officer, Stratasys. “Underscoring the critical nature of software as an essential ingredient for complete and smooth 3D printing workflow, GrabCAD Print is our first new application built on the GrabCAD platform — empowering customers with a single, open, cloud-based environment for job preparation, scheduling and monitoring. Accelerating integration of additive manufacturing on the shop floor, GrabCAD Print also generates real-time business intelligence which can be prepared in actionable reports for Stratasys 3D Printers on the user’s GrabCAD Print network.”

For more information, visit GrabCAD Print.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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