Identify3D, the leader in security, usage control and traceability for digital manufacturing and EOS, the leading technology and solutions supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing, will showcase the integration of Identify3D secure and standardized communication solution with EOS machines for additive manufacturing (AM).Visitors to Formnext, world’s largest fair dedicated to additive manufacturing, from Read More
Identify3D, the leader in secure and standardized communication for digital manufacturing and 3D printing, today announced it has signed an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partnership with Siemens Digital Industries Software, enabling an integrated solution of the Identify3D suite with NX™ software, the Teamcenter® portfolio and Siemens Opcenter™ software. Both companies can help customers support automated, Read More
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 whichSecurely delivers Read More
Joe Inkenbrandt dropped by the MCADCafé to chat with Sanjay Gangal. Some of what they discussed:How Identify3D got startedThe problems that Identify3D solves for manufacturersHow the Identify3D cybersecurity system worksThe primary benefits of using Identify3DSome real-world applicationsWatch the MCAD CAFE interview.
Modern manufacturing is driven by digital data that must be secured. The transition from the classic engineer–manufacture–distribute model to the Industry 4.0 model of engineer–distribute–manufacture means that manufacturing and IT teams must address the implications of digital IP information flowing across engineering, distribution, manufacturing, and logistics/tracking.Is blockchain the solution?Applications for blockchain technology have exploded: from Read More
Along with the many benefits Additive Manufacturing brings to design, production and supply chain processes, risks related to its digital nature should be closely examined. Read the full story on on Thomasnet from our co-founder Stephan Thomas. Additive manufacturing (AM) has transformed the manufacturing industry by fundamentally changing how manufacturers across all sectors design, manufacture, distribute, and maintain Read More
As the effects of digital transformation permeate all functions of an enterprise, the modern manufacturing function is increasingly driven by digital data that must be secured across the entire supply chain. Is blockchain the answer?In the decade since Satoshi Nakamoto published his famous bitcoin paper, applications for blockchain technology have exploded. These applications, from cryptocurrencies Read More
Cybersecurity standards have evolved to protect IP data as it moves along the digital supply chain. How can these new standards be applied to meet the needs of digital manufacturing business models?IP and design theft costs businesses billions—if not trillions—of dollars every year. IP theft cost in the US alone was estimated at $600B in Read More