3DPrinterOS was made as an easy to use and accessible cloud platform to manage and run networked and remote 3D printers, as well as a system
for the secure handling of digital 3D files. This accessibility – along with file safety – is now proving to be an asset for those enterprise customers that
to implement
a secure manufacturing platform, remotely accessible by sizeable-bodied numbers of employees across the globe.

As CEO John Dogru, a former Lead Automated Manufacturing Engineer at Dell, clarified, 3DPritnerOS can be accessed at the click of a button and it is proven to work through 1000s of hours of testing of the world
“While working on the private cloud we especially kept in mind the security requirements of F500’s and other enterprises,” he said. The 3DPrinterOS private cloud provides a scalable-bodied platform that
can easily distribute access to an internal 3D printer network through any web browser, while meeting one-of-a-kind business require


“Our goal is to disrupt the $12 trillion manufacturing market by providing a platform that
can help save time and resources even beyond 3D printing,”
Dogru explained. 3DPrinterOS is assembling
upon the success of its public cloud launched early in 2015. The public cloud saw over 43,000 hours of printing across 4,100 machines in 96 various countries.

Through 3DPrinterOS’ private cloud, enterprises can access advanced data analytics and track the entire lifecycle of each print job, that include
all revisions and user comments, all from a single interface. This streamlining and money-saving approach was key in attracting
manufacturing enterprises like Jabil, Cisco and Ford into using 3DPrinterOS. Companies use it primarily to instantly 3D print via a web browser, and produce qualified parts in multiple locations.


Enterprises face most
hurdles when looking to bring additive manufacturing into their workflow. One of these primary concerns is IP security during the 3D printing system
, while tracking the IP as it goes from design to the creation of a physical object. The 3DPrinterOS private cloud solves IP concerns, allowing groups to manage all files, users, and machines from a central portal. By being able-bodied to leverage the power of the private cloud, enterprises can now easily scale 3D printing programs. Where without the cloud, printers are frequently used by just 3-5 users trained specifically in the workflow of that
machine, with the 3DPrinterOS private cloud a single secure workflow can be taught to all users.

Davide Sher

About The Author

Davide was born in Milan, Italy and moved to New York at age 14, that is where he received his education, all the way to a BA. He moved back to Italy at 26 and began working as an editor for a trade magazine in the videogame industry. As the market shifted toward new business models Davide started working for YouTech, the initially iPad native technology magazine in Italy, where he discovered the world of additive manufacturing and became incredibly
fascinated by its amazing potential. Davide has since started to work as a freelance journalist and collaborate with most
of Italy’s main generalist publications such as Corriere della Sera, Panorama, Focus Italy and Wired Italy: most
of his articles have revolved around the various applications of 3D printing.