Sigma Additive Solutions Joins EOS Developer Network

Sigma to expand agnostic software-only offerings to provide key analytics to EOS machine, process and part In-process data.

Sigma to expand agnostic software-only offerings to provide key analytics to EOS machine, process and part In-process data.

Sigma Additive Solutions, Inc., a developer of quality assurance software to the commercial 3D printing industry, has joined the EOS Developer Network (EDN) by EOS, supplier for responsible manufacturing solutions via industrial 3D printing technology. This enables Sigma to provide software and analytics applications from EOS application programming interfaces (APIs).

 

The EDN partner program streamlines services and tools to allow Sigma to expand its software offering via the EOS digital thread from data preparation, machine management, process data acquisition, and reporting. EDN also provides access to API documentation, code samples, dedicated support by solution experts and access to virtual EOS systems for testing and integration validation. 

“This is a great step in allowing us to support customer quality at every point of their additive journey, as well as better integrate with other software solutions,” according to Sigma’s general manager of European Operations Stephan Kuehr. “EOS is a premier supplier to the entire additive manufacturing industry, including both metals and polymer technologies. We believe that the combination of EOS’ machine platforms with Sigma’s pedigree in agnostic monitoring and analytics software will be a marketplace differentiator and catalyst for growth of the entire additive industry.”  

“EOS believes open software interfaces have a strong impact on the adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) in general and provide opportunities to speed up industrialization,” states Mirco Schöpf, product line manager Software, EOS. “We created the EOS Developer Network (EDN) to support the AM software community to build seamlessly integrated software products that add to the powerful foundation EOS has built.”

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

Share This Article

Subscribe to our FREE magazine, FREE email newsletters or both!

Join over 90,000 engineering professionals who get fresh engineering news as soon as it is published.




About the Author

DE Editors's avatar
DE Editors

DE’s editors contribute news and new product announcements to Digital Engineering.
Press releases may be sent to them via DE-Editors@digitaleng.news.

Follow DE
#27151