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Streaming Service for 3D Printing to Disrupt Supply Chains

Singularity University Startup Authentise to Launch Streaming Solution for 3D Printable Designs at DEMO Enterprise

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/03/14 -- Authentise [www.authentise.com] launched the world's first API to stream 3D print files today at DEMO Enterprise 2014. The API gives owners of digital designs the opportunity to get paid per print without giving customers access to full design files.

Authentise's 3D Design Stream API enables design owners to stream 3D printable designs directly from their websites. Users are able to set up the print using a website widget, after which Authentise prepares the design for print and streams the underlying commands (or G-code) directly to the printer. Design integrity and intellectual property are fully secured and maintained. Retailers and brands including Fortune 100 companies have already signed on with Authentise to ensure their designs for spare parts, household objects, customized wearables and innovative art can be securely produced anywhere in the world. Authentise's launch partners include:

  • CG Trader [cgtrader.com]
  • Makershop [makershop.co]
  • Pinshape [pinshape.com]

"3D Printing has proven that it's capable of disrupting supply chains," said Authentise CEO Andre Wegner. "Our streaming tools will accelerate that trend. 80 percent of top designers refuse to release their designs for remote printing and corporations are afraid of another 'Napster moment.' Our product reassures design owners, giving their customers access to millions of useful designs and thus opening the gates for global distributed manufacturing."

Authentise will provide a live demonstration of its 3D Design Stream API on the DEMO Enterprise 2014 stage in the 3D Printing & Wearables category on April 3 and will host live demonstrations today at Booth D18 in the DEMO Enterprise 2014 pavilion.

"After traveling the country and vetting hundreds of companies on the DEMO Tour, we are excited to select Authentise to be one of the 27 companies launching new products solving big problems at DEMO Enterprise," said Erick Schonfeld, executive producer of DEMO.

ABOUT AUTHENTISE
Authentise builds security and big data applications for 3D printing. Its cloud software is deployed by design owners aiming to profit from the digital manufacturing revolution and the resulting trend to produce objects closer to the point of use. Founded at Singularity University in 2012, the company is based at the NASA Research Park campus in Mountain View, CA. For further information on Authentise please visit, www.authentise.com, or follow on Twitter @authentise.

ABOUT DEMO
Produced by the IDG Enterprise events group, the worldwide DEMO conferences focus on emerging technologies and new products innovations, which are hand selected from across the spectrum of the technology marketplace. The DEMO conferences have earned their reputation for consistently identifying cutting edge technologies and helping entrepreneurs secure venture funding and establish critical business. For more information on the DEMO conferences, visit http://www.demo.com/.

All product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

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