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Zverse Announces Launch of Digital Manufacturing Enablement Platform

A Category-Defining Technology for Digital Manufacturing and OEMs

ZVerse announced the next generation of their Digital Manufacturing Enablement (DME) platform, an AI-driven workflow solution to eliminate time-consuming and disparate activities around the design to manufacture process. Featuring an unparalleled user interface and advanced algorithms, the platform’s tools enable manufacturers to assess, measure and communicate part and related design information with the multiple constituents involved in product development and manufacturing.

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“OEMs across almost all manufacturing verticals including industrial, automotive, consumer durables, aerospace and beyond will benefit from ZVerse’s groundbreaking technology and user experience to solve problematic roadblocks that cost time and money in bringing products to market,” said David Craig, President at ZVerse, Inc.

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Defining Digital Manufacturing Enablement

As digital manufacturing becomes a more strategic imperative for OEMs seeking to speed products to market, ZVerse delivers on this key objective with a category-defining solution that creates agile processes between design and manufacturing teams.  The DME platform allows OEMS to reduce the number of design iterations, engineering change order and cost requests, automates and scales 2D CAD file to 3D models, and assigns part manufacturability at the material, process, and machine level.

“ZVerse has a deep understanding of DFM and the challenges that interfere with a smooth handoff between product development and manufacturing teams,” said Graham Bredemeyer, Head of Platform, ZVerse. “We’ve defined a whole new space and solution for information gaps that impede the digital manufacturing process.”

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