With 3D printing doubling every year, Dremel has switched to cloud operating system 3DPrinterOS, so consumers who buy their newest 3D printers can use it as easily as they use their smartphone. With over 12.000 parts powered in over 100 countries, this announcement solidifies 3DPrinterOS’ position as the premier software to power desktop 3D printing as the 3DPrinter OS software platform supports over 100 different printing manufacturers – the most of any other software provider.
“3DPrinterOS allows real-time central management of users, printers and designs with any web browser in a platform-agnostic solution,” says Dremel Education Head of Sales George Velez. “This will bring a better solution for classrooms and industrial applications because the cloud-based software has a versatile device use including Chromebooks and iPads.”
3DPrinterOS’ goal is to make 3D printing as easy as possible. Interoperability between 3D printer operating systems has kept printing resources in their own silos running disparate operating systems, which has made 3D printing deployment prohibitive for most IT departments. 3DPrinter OS allows enterprises to easily deploy 3D printers across the organization regardless of manufacturer. Moving to the leading software platform will help the 3D printing industrial revolution come to reality while meeting all IT corporate compliance requirements.
“Dremel has created a line of world class 3D printers, and we are pleased they switched from another provider to partner with us,” said 3DPrinterOS President John Dogru. “Our vision is to power the web to 3D printing revolution, so users can print to a connected 3D printer anytime from anywhere.”
The 3DPrinterOS printer cloud enables storage, licensing, and sales of original 3D models, providing 3D printer copyright protection. With one click, our system enables any 3D designer or 3D printer operator to remotely control and manage multiple users and print queues.
The Dremel is Bosch owned American brand power tools company known primarily for its rotary tools. Dremel’s rotary tools are similar to the pneumatic die grinders used in the metalworking industry by tool or moldmakers. https://3dprinter.dremel.com
The tools were originally developed by Albert J. Dremel, who founded the Dremel Company in 1932 in Racine, Wisconsin. In 1993, the company was purchased by Robert Bosch GmbH, and today it is a division of the Robert Bosch Tool Corporation located in Mount Prospect, Illinois. Dremel’s activities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa are operated by Dremel Europe, located in Breda, Netherlands.