ShareMy3D is a revolutionary solution for sharing 3D models or scans. This online platform quickly and securely displays 3D files in any web browser, giving the user a seamless, interactive 3D experience.ShareMy3D works directly with businesses to enable communication of 3D data through online portals, corporate websites and email. Integrate this exciting technology into applications using ShareMy3D’s APIs.With support for 40 file formats and 5GB files, ShareMy3D is a super-highway for 3D communication!
Xometry, backed by Highland Capital Partners and other venture investors, provides the next generation of advanced manufacturing solutions. We integrate professional 3D printing, CNC machining, casting, and proprietary technology to build parts and prototypes on-demand.
Our web interface enables customers of all sizes — from Fortune 100 companies to start-ups — to go online, upload a 3D computer-aided design (CAD) file, and get automated, instant quotes for their parts.
The Forge Platform contains an expanding collection of web service components that can be used with Autodesk cloud-based products or your own technologies. From visualizing data to 3D printing, take advantage of Autodesk’s expertise in design and engineering.
The Lady Tech Guild is a collective of professional women who are 3D artists, designers, biohackers, educators and entrepreneurs in the 3D industry, with decades of experience and specialized knowledge in our fields. We support like minded girls and women to become resourceful, inspired creative professionals.
With more than 350 intellectual property professionals, Finnegan is one of the world’s largest IP law firms practicing all aspects of patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret law, including counseling, prosecution, licensing, and litigation. Finnegan delivers sophisticated legal strategies to help clients, including those who use additive manufacturing for rapid prototyping or end-product manufacturing to protect, advocate, and leverage their innovative technologies and valuable IP assets. For more information, please visit www.finnegan.com.
Stratasys Direct Manufacturing is a division of Stratasys, a global leader in 3D printing platforms. Stratasys Direct Manufacturing was formed when three leading additive manufacturing service companies were combined: Solid Concepts Inc., Harvest Technologies, and RedEye. Together, we have nine cutting edge manufacturing facilities scattered throughout the United States. With 700 employees, an impressive arsenal of additive manufacturing equipment, custom formulated materials, and ISO 9001, AS9100, as well as ITAR certifications, we have the resources and expertise to provide the solutions designers and engineers need to manufacture their products better, faster, and more affordably.When Stratasys merged the three leading 3D printing service bureaus into one, we cemented ourselves as a powerful technology leader, encouraging designers and engineers to challenge conventional approaches to manufacturing. Additive manufacturing allows for new approaches to design—something our team of engineers has spent a combined five decades perfecting. With the help of our manufacturing capabilities and expertise, our customers are able to produce complex designs, previously impossible via conventional manufacturing methods, which in turn result in more advanced and higher performing products.As the new face of advanced manufacturing services, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing is helping companies in diverse industries create extraordinary new products at every phase of the production process. Our dedicated engineers are experts in their fields, from aerospace and medical to consumer products and entertainment. Contact us today to learn how you can empower your business with 3D printing and advanced manufacturing solutions.
123DApp is the brand that CAD (Computer Aided Design) giant Autodesk created for all his new activities in the 3D printing spectrum. 123D includes easy to access Apps for various mobile OS's and PC and Mac software that allows to scan in 3D, create printable tridimensional models and interface with different 3D printers.
Fab@Home is a platform of printers and programs which can produce functional 3D objects. It is designed to fit on your desktop and within your budget. Fab@Home is supported by a global, open-source community of professionals and hobbyists, innovating tomorrow, today.
3D Hubs is a young dutch start-up offering 3D personal and home 3D printer owners (and even professional studios) the possibility to turn their 3D printers' idle time into a revenue stream by offering 3D printing services to anyone in the nearby area.
Through a global network, that includes offices in Amsterdam and New York City, the company co-founded by Bram de Zwart, has already activated - as of December 2015 - more than 20,000 Hubs (both personal and professional) throughout the World and it continues to grow.
Skyforge easily lets people share the same 3D printers. Your users need to know what printers and print options are available, where your 3D printers are located, and when their prints will be ready. They are able to do all of this securely and conveniently from their browser.
Staff time is valuable, and Skyforge saves it. Skyforge transforms large-scale 3D printing from a tedious hassle into an effective tool. Create libraries of designs, manage print queues and communication with users efficiently, and remotely monitor and control select 3D printers.
Founded in August 2014 by Trent McConaghy, Bruce Pon and Masha McConaghy in Berlin, ascribe was built to foster the engagement of digital art with the art market, educational platforms, archives and collections. ascribe wants to help advance digital art practice, its communities and institutions.ascribe is a service for artists, galleries and collectors to register, transfer and archive digital art. Users can claim ownership and have control over their digital property. ascribe allows artwork provenance to be verified, thereby strengthening the value proposition of digital art for the art market, collectors and archives. With ascribe, you can truly own, securely share, and track prove- nance of digital work.ascribe was built to put creators first and help them to share their creations with the world. Be that photographs, videos, trademarks, logos and icons.
della rete della manifattura digitale in Emilia-RomagnaContestoMak-ER mette in rete i laboratori di making, digital fabrication e manifattura avanzata della Regione Emilia-Romagna.Mak-ER é pensata per mettere in rete tutte quelle comunità di persone che condividono spazi fisici e attrezzature per attività di making, sia digitali che analogiche, nella Regione Emilia-Romagna.
I nodi della rete sono sempre costituiti da un insieme di luoghi fisici, attrezzature, persone: tutti e tre gli elementi devono sempre essere presenti per poter essere classificato come nodo di Mak-ER. I nodi devono garantire libero accesso alle persone così come accesso programmato in funzione di specifiche attività.Questi laboratori sono spesso in rete anche con altri laboratori esterni alla regione, per cui Mak-ER non sostituisce né limita le attività e le reti più grandi, ma solo facilita l’integrazione di queste reti a livello regionale e locale. Ad esempio, i FabLab che fanno parte di Mak-ER devono comunque interagire con gli altri FabLab, a livello nazionale ed internazionale, aderendo al manifesto di tutti i FabLab, la FabCharter.Obiettivi
L’obiettivo di Mak-ER é quello di favorire un processo regionale di crescita intelligente, sostenibile e inclusivo basato sul ricorso alle nuove tecnologie e sul coinvolgimento dei talenti creativi per rendere la regione stessa un polo realmente attrattivo sul tema dello smart manufacturing.Mak-ER si prefigge di amplificare la creatività distribuita grazie alla condivisione della conoscenza e all’utilizzo di tecnologie e processi digitali e avanzati all’interno dei suoi nodi sparsi nelle città e di accreditarsi nei confronti degli attori locali, nazionali e internazionali.Mak-ER si prefigge di dare visibilità alle iniziative degli aderenti e facilitare il loro coordinamento. Il raggiungimento di tali obiettivi avviene tramite lo svolgimento di attività collaborative che verranno declinate e descritte in un documento a parte.Mak-ER si prefigge inoltre di costituire una prima esperienza di modello a scala regionale che potrà essere replicato come buona pratica anche in altre regioni. Mak-ER offre condivisione e collaborazione alla diffusione di questo modello.ValoriGli aderenti a Mak-ER condividono i seguenti valori:
condivisione della conoscenza
saper fare digitale
incoraggiamento dell’innovazione bottom up
collegare la tradizione artigiana alla tecnologia, anche nell’ottica di realizzare produzioni in piccola scala
essere protagonisti dello sviluppo economico e sociale del territorio
comunità/progetto di manifattura digitale
diffusione della cultura maker, anche in contesti educativi e formativi istituzionali