BOSTON and AMSTERDAM, May 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Ultimaker, the global leader in professional desktop 3D printing, announced today the development of a Print Cluster Management software solution to work in concert with its Ultimaker 3 desktop printer and CURA print slicing software. The software will empower engineers, designers and more to effectively and efficiently utilize multiple 3D printers in a fully integrated environment.
"At Ultimaker, we continuously listen to our customers and their needs are what spurs the improvement and development of our solutions," said Paul Heiden, SVP of Product Management at Ultimaker. "With the Ultimaker 3, desktop 3D printing with industrial-grade materials became a reality. Demand for clusters of multiple 3D printers has grown and so has the need to better manage and control them. That's where our new Print Cluster Management software comes in."
Ultimaker's Print Cluster Management software works with any Ultimaker 3 and allows users in professional environments to:
- Oversee prototype, tooling and small-scale production across an organization.
- Select printers, queue jobs, monitor prints and receive notifications.
- Manage clusters of Ultimaker 3's directly from CURA.
With Print Cluster Management software, Ultimaker will soon add another piece to a seamless 3D printing experience making professional 3D printing even more accessible.
Ultimaker has been in operation since 2011, and over the years has grown to become the global market-leader in desktop 3D printing; creating powerful, professional and accessible 3D printers. With offices in the Netherlands, New York, and Boston, plus production facilities in both Europe and the US, Ultimaker's team of over 250 employees continually strives to offer the highest-quality 3D printers, software, and materials on the market.
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