The cloud-based 3D printing operating system 3DPrinterOS moves to Microsoft Azure to globally expand their platform for easily managing thousands of networked 3D printers, users, and designs.
Launched in 2015, 3DPrinterOS offers an easy-to-use cloud-based platform for managing files, printers and users. With real-time web to direct 3D printing, the company provides a solution for businesses and universities to manage their 3D printers networks as well as accesses from a single interface. This makes it easy for IT managers to give access to 3D printing directly through any web browser.
Companies including Ford and Cisco as well as Universities such as Duke, Yale and Purdue are already using 3DPrinterOS. Currently, nearly 6,000 devices are connected to their network with a collective total of over 62,000 prints produced in the last 8 months.
“The cloud is transforming entire industries and creating new opportunities for even the most innovative new businesses,” said Senior Director of Microsoft Azure, Nicole Herskowitz. “The market leading scale and speed of Microsoft Azure helps spur global growth opportunities for companies like 3DPrinterOS who are utilizing cloud computing and IoT connected devices in a completely new model of decentralized manufacturing.”