3D Systems Partners with ZVerse

On-demand manufacturing customers to gain seamless design capabilities, companies say.

On-demand manufacturing customers to gain seamless design capabilities, companies say.

ZVerse Inc., developer of a CAD as a Service (CADaaS) platform for digital manufacturing, is partnering with 3D Systems, a provider of parts manufacturing services. The strategic alignment will provide 3D Systems’ customers with access to ZVerse’s network of certified designers who can lend their expertise to optimize file formats—facilitating desired final parts. These services include everything from design modifications to revising file formats to ensure the final part matches the customer’s requirements.

“The customer is at the center of everything we do,” says Thomas Donahue, vice president of global sales for 3D Systems On Demand. “The combination of ZVerse’s expertise and 3D Systems’ design for additive manufacturing (DfAM) processes will allow us to provide advanced design capabilities to our customers. This partnership enables a seamless customer experience, helping them achieve the final part they need, as efficiently as possible.”

Users will gain process-specific guidance throughout their manufacturing project’s design phase with file optimization for their specific manufacturing needs and pre-production quality checks.

Because the ZVerse technology and designer network can handle high volumes of projects, it also offers increased speed of service for 3D Systems’ On Demand customers.

“We’re excited to grow our relationship with 3D Systems as they leverage our CAD as a Service platform to improve customer experiences,” says ZVerse founder and CEO John Carrington. “The desired and proven outcome is providing the fastest path from idea to finished product at the scale required for on-demand manufacturing customers, particularly those who may not have 3D printable files or ready access to a design team to create them.”

The partnership will enable even more innovators, creators and manufacturers to use integrated design and manufacturing solutions within the 3D Systems On Demand services, the companies say.

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

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