AUTHENTISE Expanding Direct 3D Printers’ Control — Looking for Partners

June 13, 2018 | Categories: Member News

Authentise is announcing the integration of its streaming solution, the patent pending tools first released in 2014 to securely send data directly into machine, to its Manufacturing Execution System. This connection closes the digital thread and will enable a more efficient, secure, and automated workflow for its customers. The connection is possible thanks to strong OEM partnerships with EOS, SLM, and others. Authentise is looking for pilot partners for this roll out.

Authentise has a history of developing solutions that enable the AM users to do more with their equipment. Now, building on our work in streaming and with companies like Lowe’s and Stratasys, we are starting to move on to direct control of machines.

We are doing this in partnership with the OEM companies. Initially we are rolling out these features to EOS printers, but there will be many more to come.

Controlling the printer will allow you to optimize your workflow even further by triggering the creation of the machine code from inside the scheduling software, and sending it directly to your device. Since we also capture the feedback, this means you can now:

  • Associate build progress with inputs for in-line quality control, and granular traceability reports
  • Improve your capacity to learn from the success and failure of a part
  • Nest parts efficient
  • Setup completely autonomously
  • Generate more accurate quotes
  • Control remote  machines more directly
  • Secure your intellectual property  

If you or your company have EOS 3D printers and are looking to be an early adopter of these new features, please let us know by contacting our CMO Frank Speck at

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