Authentise Releases Digital Design Warehouse for Project Sharing, Spare-Parts InventoriesOctober 18, 2022
Authentise has released Digital Design Warehouse, a platform to unite additive manufacturing (AM) initiatives and spare-part catalogs, and created to simplify how digital designs are shared.
The Digital Design Warehouse helps users create more cohesive AM initiatives by bringing insights from disparate silos into full view across all teams, offer Authentise officials, noting that it allows everyone their own personal library by uploading any 2D and 3D file type with fully configurable additional parameters. Designs can be analyzed further using plugins from third parties such as Zverse, which enables the conversion from 2D to 3D, and Castor, which assesses the project’s suitability for AM.
Access is controlled via granular permissions, enabling users to share projects with internal and external stakeholders such as suppliers or customers, and the platform provides a space for engagement in conversations, editing (where permitted), and viewing or accessing designs.
Spare parts provides a particular use case for Digital Design Warehouse. OEMs can use it to first manage the design and engineering process, bringing multiple design, R&D and testing stakeholders together. Once complete, the design can be shared securely with potential clients via a fully custom-branded catalogue. The inclusion of an “Order Now” button allows for the design to be sent directly to a production center of choice.
“We’re excited to launch with two new integrations to Authentise’s open platform,” says Andre Wegner, Authentise CEO. “Castor and Zverse help customers identify and develop the applications that ultimately help drive the industry. We can’t wait to include more features from third parties as well as Authentise’s toolkit such as prep-workflows.”
See also: Authentise Inc