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CADS Additive And Designairspace Launch First SaaS Solution

CADS Additive And Designairspace Launch First SaaS Solution

3D metal printing software firm CADS Additive and virtual workstation provider designairspace has partnered that will let customers benefit from a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) approach to 3D printing. The collaboration means CADS Additive customers can now use CADS Additive’s data preparation software AM-Studio online, on any device with an internet connection. Instead of buying an expensive workstation and licenses, this partnership means companies, employees, and freelancers can ‘rent’ the CADS Additive software for 3D printing in the cloud. They can choose a monthly or yearly plan that fits any budget. Subscriptions range from $282 per month to $10,000 per year.

The market for 3D metal printing is growing rapidly as more companies discover innovative ways of deploying this technology. CADS Additive’s software makes it much easier for any metal workshop in the auto, aerospace, rail or medical sectors to benefit from metallic additive manufacturing. However, until now they would also need to invest in a high-spec physical computer (typically costing several thousand dollars) and purchase a yearly subscription to run the software in their offices.

The new partnership with designairspace will make it more affordable and more flexible for companies to begin 3D metal printing. designairspace provides the underlying platform that is fine-tuned for the requirements of additive manufacturing software like from CADS Additive. A customer simply connects over the internet using any desktop, laptop or even tablet, and can begin using high-powered machines running CADS Additive from anywhere in the world.

The two companies will provide this solution as a service tailored to different budgets. If a customer only needs to use CADS Additive’s software for a few hours each month, the flexible fees mean they can find the right solution for their requirements. But if they need extensive access for multiple users, more comprehensive subscriptions are available. The subscription model makes 3D printing potentially more affordable than buying traditional licenses and installing it on local workstations.

“The cooperation with designairspace opens completely new ways for data preparation of metallic additive manufacturing. Providing our high-performance software in the cloud is a breakthrough milestone for 3D printing. We are proud to be part of this step towards the future of software deployment,” said Daniel Plos, Sales Director at CADS Additive GmbH.

A designairspace spokesperson added: “We partner with Independent Software Vendors of 3D printing, CAD, CAM and BIM to market and run their software as a pure SaaS model. Our mission is to be the world’s leading, born-in-the-cloud CAD and BIM reseller, making any CAD and BIM software available and affordable for anyone on the planet. We’re excited and honoured that CADS Additive has selected us for their SaaS journey”.

To try CADS Additive over the internet, please visit https://cads-additive.ondesignair.space/

Besides that, CADS Additive offers their software solutions AM-Studio and AM-Studio for Creo for traditional purchasing on yearly plans. CADS Additive is currently expanding its reseller network worldwide. Since start of 2021 CADS Additive has been working hand in hand with Aichi Sangyo as first reseller in Asia Region. Aichi Sangyo sells amongst other SLM Solutions machines in Japan and is responsible for our mutual customer HONDA Motorsports in Japan.

If you also want to become part of the CADS Additive reseller network visit the website https://www.cads-additive.com/en/become-reseller/ or contact CADS Additive via [email protected]

 

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Siemens Expands PLM Portfolio With New SaaS Offering

Siemens Expands PLM Portfolio With New SaaS Offering

Siemens Digital Industries Software has expanded its product lifecycle management (PLM) portfolio with the launch of Teamcenter X software, a new solution delivered as a service. Created with product innovators in mind, Teamcenter is a modern, highly scalable and industry proven PLM suite that connects people and processes across functional disciplines.

Teamcenter X is the new software as a service (SaaS) offering, helping enable companies of all sizes to quickly realize value, without the IT resource traditionally associated with on-premises PLM deployments. Teamcenter X offers the convenience of choosing from preconfigured engineering and business solutions that deliver immediate value, with the flexibility to add more capabilities as business needs grow. Teamcenter X brings the power of the cloud to all users, to help reduce time-to-market and connect distributed, cross-disciplinary teams while improving effectiveness and efficiency at any scale.

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“Teamcenter X is an important evolutionary step for Siemens’ highly successful enterprise data and process management solution,” said Peter Bilello, President and CEO of CIMdata. “It leverages a new and modern cloud platform with best practices built-in, and a business model in which Siemens has removed the burden of operating PLM for companies of all sizes. It is sure to attract the interest of companies from every industry.”

With this latest SaaS extension to Siemens’ Xcelerator portfolio, Teamcenter X can help customers realize PLM benefits quickly and streamline product development. Companies can easily connect PLM with familiar applications for secure, agile, collaboration across the enterprise, and across functional domains. With an open multi-CAD approach and integrations to the world’s leading software tools, such as NX software and Solid Edge software for mechanical computer-aided design (CAD), Mentor software for electronic CAD, and Polarion X software for Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Teamcenter X creates a multi-domain bill of materials (BOM) to provide visibility to the complete digital twin, including mechanical, electrical, and software components. The easy to use interface, with predictive artificial intelligence (AI) elements, helps users across the enterprise get up and running quickly and work smarter. Preconfigured solutions, such as Engineering Change, Release Management, and more, help users work more efficiently. Built on the Mendix software application platform, the knowledge contained in Teamcenter X can be integrated and extended across the entire enterprise.

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“Teamcenter X combines the leading suite of PLM solutions and services with the leading low-code application platform Mendix to allow customers to deliver multi-domain products on time, with high quality, within budget, and exceeding customer expectations. Teamcenter X is a true SaaS solution, building on our PLM expertise and leveraging tomorrow’s technology through microservices, artificial intelligence, and low-code development,” said Joe Bohman, Senior Vice President for Teamcenter, Siemens Digital Industries Software. “This new evolution of Teamcenter can benefit businesses of all sizes, and we can’t wait to work with new companies to help drive their PLM and contribute to the innovations of tomorrow.”

Siemens also announces Teamcenter Share, a new cloud-based, design-centric project collaboration service designed for companies that want to move to an engineering-focused collaboration tool from local and networked hard drives, or generic cloud storage solutions. Share enables product development stakeholders to synchronize desktop files to secure cloud storage, where they can view and mark up all common CAD formats from any device, and easily share project work with other stakeholders to facilitate collaboration on product development projects. Teamcenter Share also provides sophisticated augmented reality (AR) capabilities that can be easily accessed from a tablet or smartphone to enable users to better understand how designs will function in the intended environment.

 

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