Identify3D Integrates its Solution with Siemens Digital Factory to Address Integrity and Security of Digital Supply Chain

San Francisco, CA, XXX – Today, Identify3D, a software provider for digital manufacturing security, quality and traceability, announced its integration with global technology powerhouse Siemens’ NXTM software and Sinumerik CNC motion control. The unique end-to-end integrated solution enables manufacturers to protect product and manufacturing data, certify authentication of users and machines, and enforce that the ..

Identify3D Partners with SLM Solutions for End-to-End Additive Manufacturing Security

Apr 17, 2018 – by Clare Scott A big concern for anyone in the 3D printing industry is intellectual property security. When you’re working with digital supply chains there are unique risks, but fortunately dedicated companies have arisen with the purpose of securing those supply chains and protecting that intellectual property. One of those companies is Identify3D, a San ..

Identify3D and SLM Solutions collaborate to deliver end to end secure Digital Manufacturing

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., – Today, Identify3D, a software provider for digital manufacturing security, quality and traceability, announced its collaboration with SLM Solutions Group AG (“SLM Solutions”), a leading supplier of metal-based additive manufacturing technology. Identify3D will provide a solution for data protection coupled with contractual and manufacturing licensing from design to production on SLM® laser ..

Will Control Over Part Data Expand and Simplify AM Supply Chains?

Blog Post: 3/30/2018 – Digital rights management for manufactured part files will enable OEMs to enforce manufacturing requirements at a distance, potentially providing an alternative to closely held relationships with suppliers of critical AM parts. PETER ZELINSKI  Editor-in-Chief, Additive Manufacturing Screen capture taken from this video demonstration of Identify3D illustrates control over the part quantity produced. In ..

Moog Signs Agreement with the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) to Perform Co-Funded Work Supporting Adaptation of Blockchain Technology for Additive Manufacturing

March 27, 2018 East Aurora, NY – Moog Inc. (NYSE: MOG.A and MOG.B) and NCMS have signed an 18 month contract to perform co-funded work in support of applying Moog’s VeriPart™ solution, adapting blockchain technology for additive manufacturing.  This agreement will allow Moog’s VeriPart™ solution to be demonstrated via Microsoft Azure Blockchain. NCMS will provide project ..