In this webinar, Rick Chin, creator of Desktop Metal’s Fab Flow software discusses some of the common frustrations that additive shops experience and how Fab Flow can help solve them to achieve 3D print shop success.
There are many unique challenges that come with running an additive manufacturing shop. Price quoting, determining printability and order tracking are just some examples of the manual, time-consuming and error prone tasks shops struggle with. Fab Flow moves job tracking out of spreadsheets and emails into one centralized platform – streamlining workflows and providing a professional interface.
About Fab Flow™ Software
Fab flow provides effortless workflow management for 3D print / additive fabrication shops. Fab Flow moves job tracking out of spreadsheets and emails into one centralized platform — streamlining workflows and giving your shop a professional interface.
- Efficiency: Fab Flow eliminates false starts and wasted time with automatic print issue detection and collaborative design communication tools.
- Control: Managers can regain control of shop operations with customizable price quoting, bespoke fabrication flows, and a fully branded user experience.
- Visibility: Live floor tracking allows managers to view job progress, identify underutilized resources and avoid backlogs while designers can track parts in real time.
- Custom shop configuration
- Instant, comprehensive quoting
- Streamlined part ordering
- Live job tracking
- Interactive model viewer
- Contextualized model communication
The Desktop Metal Studio System is the world’s first affordable, office-friendly metal 3D printing system.
Safe and simple to use, the Studio System was designed to bring metal 3D printing to the shop floor by allowing engineering and design teams to make metal parts faster, without the need for special facilities or dedicated operators.
Featuring a cloud-based software architecture, the Studio System enables the user to go directly from CAD to part. By having one software platform across the system, designers and engineers can work with one digital file for a metal part throughout its entire lifecycle instead of needing to use 3rd party equipment and software to get a final part.