Building on our successful participation in the past three years, Identify3D is back at Formnext, the largest Additive Manufacturing trade show taking place in Frankfurt from November 19th to 22nd.
We are exhibiting on booth 12.1 E123. Drop by to see our latest developments for a secure and standardized communication solution for the shopfloor which
- Securely delivers data to machine devices
- Retrieves data and device status information
- Controls data usage by enforcing production and business rules
- Improves workflow automation by connecting CAD/CAM/PLM/ERP/MES
- Enables traceability of digital and physical assets
As a result the ID3D solution helps reduce operating costs through automation and reduce risk through security and usage control.
You will be able to see a demo of our solution connected with EOS, SLM, Renishaw and Stratasys machines as end points. Our co-founder and CEO will be also present.
At the show, we’re also highlighting our network of software and hardware partners — read on for more.
Partner presence: Siemens (12.1 D81)
Fresh from the signing of a promising OEM agreement with Siemens PLM (watch for upcoming announcements at FormNext…) we are featured on two design-to-manufacturing use cases which highlight the integration with both Siemens PLM applications as well as with leading machine builders:
- Siemens gas turbine swirler produced with an EOS M400-4
- Siemens train spare part produced on a Stratasys Fortus F900
At the Siemens booth we are contributing as speakers too, with a presentation on “Secure and standardized communication for digital manufacturing”, scheduled for Thursday at 10:30am and Friday at 12pm.
Partner presence: EOS (11.1 D31)
At the EOS booth, Identify3D is featured this year as an official partner (watch for upcoming announcements at FormNext). Upon request a demonstration of our integrated workflow with EOS machines is available.