3DPrinterOS has developed the world’s first operating system for desktop 3D Printers. Almost identical to the early days of the computer, where Microsoft provided the operating system for the first IBM PC in 1981.
3DPrinterOS now powers Bosch Dremel 3D Printers which are readily available for sales worldwide and at local stores like Home Depot and Amazon. The easy to use cloud OS platform disrupts the fragmentation in the industry by supporting the most 3D Printers vs. customers forced to use disparate software from every manufacturer.
The decentralized platform has built over 150,000 parts in over 100 countries, and doubled in 3 months. Top universities like Duke and companies like Cisco have adopted the technology to allow for direct real-time access to these digital manufacturing machines remotely from any web-enabled device and are able build parts in real-time.
15M+ desktop units are expected to be sold by 2025 and the company is on track to become a de facto platform as it just recently displaced Autodesk's Spark platform, making it the number #1 3D desktop printing operating system in the industry.