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Assembrix VMS™ Platform Successfully Integrated with SLM Solutions

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  • Assembrix's high-tech software solution will enable secure end-to-end manufacturing to SLM Solutions customers worldwide
SLM 500 metal 3D printer
Above: SLM 500 metal 3D printer/Image Source: SLM Solutions

SLM Solutions, a pioneer in additive manufacturing, and Assembrix, a producer of 3D printing software, have announced the successful integration of the Assembrix VMS™ platform or Virtual Manufacturing Space remote printing software platform with SLM Solutions machines worldwide.

This new collaboration addresses OEMs’ rising demand for secure distributed additive manufacturing while also enabling the development of a dependable, multinational AM ecosystem with new prospects across the whole value chain.

Assembrix VMS™ Platform

Assembrix VMS™ remote printing software platform
Above: Assembrix VMS™ remote printing software platform/Image Source: Assembrix

The Assembrix VMS™ platform enables remote printing on SLM machines while maintaining the highest security standards, allowing OEMs to operate remotely while keeping complete control over the fully automated printing process. Customers are kept up to date on the printing status via a real-time data feed, and strong encryption technology protects their IP.

According to Lior Polak, CEO of Assembrix, “We are excited to partner with SLM Solutions and offer our clients an end-to-end solution for secured distributed additive manufacturing that works seamlessly with SLM Solutions’ 3D printers. The need to remotely control the additive manufacturing process with both existing and new suppliers is rapidly growing by manufacturers from multiple industries and locations. With Assembrix’s powerful platform, SLM Solutions can create groundbreaking business opportunities for customers and other key players in the additive manufacturing industry.”

“The Assembrix integration allows our customers to take advantage of a completely secure remote printing process while further driving the optimization of their global supply chains. It fits perfectly to our open architecture strategy, enabling and empowering our customers to do more, achieve more, and be more successful.”

– Sam O’Leary, CEO of SLM Solutions

The collaboration enhances SLM Solutions’ growing software and service solutions while significantly adding to its industry-leading hardware portfolio.

About Assembrix: Assembrix developed a cloud-based platform that virtualizes 3D industrial printing. Its Virtual Manufacturing Space platform (“VMS”) enables a simpler, more efficient, and secured production process by overseeing the entire additive manufacturing thread, from the initial part model to the verified physical part and beyond.


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