Siemens names Identify3D a solution partner

2/12/19 – Protecting integrity of the digital supply chain enables monitoring/lockout of a part program, protecting manufacturer’s IP and ensuring production quality. Siemens introduces its newest solution partner, Identify3D, based in San Francisco, California, with offices in Lexington, Kentucky. Identify3D is unique to the Siemens team, as they enable a secure digital supply chain through data protection, ..

Private Sector Responses to the AM Cybersecurity Need

1/23/19 –  Many new technologies are introduced to the world with untold hype and fail to live up to their promise, both in terms of promised improvements and user adoption. This has not been the case for AM.  As an industry, Wohlers Associates calculated that it has appreciated 21% in 2018 to a market value of ..

IDENTIFY3D: CREATING A DIGITAL THREAD FOR INDUSTRY 4.0

1/23/19 – Software is “eating the world” and tech has become an essential component of all industries, even those traditionally far removed from high-tech processes. The integration of tech into traditional industry is a key component of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or “Industry 4.0.” Identify3D is at the forefront of this revolution, enabling industrial companies ..

How Is Digitalization Affecting the Manufacturing Supply Chain?

1/6/19 – The Identify3D panel assembled at IMTS 2018. From left to right: moderator John Barnes, founder and managing director, Barnes Group Advisors; Rob Gorham, executive director, America Makes; Aaron Frankel, senior director of marketing, Siemens; Joe Inkenbrandt, founder and CEO, Identify3D; Marc Saunders, director – global solutions centers, Renishaw; and Will Herbert, director corporate ..