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Industrial manufacturers benefitting from the OTTO perspective gain unprecedented freedom for innovating and designing–bringing it all together with 3D printing software promoting efficiency in 3D printed parts production. With the option to choose from a versatile range of materials, finishes, and accompanying additive manufacturing technologies, customers have the luxury of taking on product development challenges like never before, increasing the potential for achieving that much sought-after competitive edge.
Additive manufacturing offers powerful new mechanisms for creating 3D models and high-performance parts, in low-volume production or bulk 3D printing. Tremendous strides have been made possible through OTTO 3D printing software, emerging from the efforts of experienced manufacturers dedicated to developing improved tools for other manufacturers. Sharing better ways to streamline order volume and organize production, OTTO also allows businesses to 3D print as needed–whether on-demand or for 3D printing mass production.
Traditional manufacturers may still be heavily engaged in conventional methods like CNC Machining or Injection Molding, and are continuing to expand into 3D printing. Any obstacles for accelerating further in adding to their customer lineup may sometimes involve trepidation about spending significantly more capital on more equipment and materials, as well as hiring new people with the necessary expertise.
OTTO erases those concerns in one fell swoop though, bridging the gap between traditional and additive manufacturing with streamlined outsourcing of 3D printing services. The OTTO 3D printing ordering system is versatile and scalable, available at no charge, and can be set up in a matter of days.
Eliminate Additive Manufacturing Challenges with 3D Printing Software
OTTO is activated as soon as a customer uploads their 3D model, carrying through from manufacturing to delivery. While uploading is usually a simple process, small hurdles may arise in terms of file incompatibility.
The following common file types are accepted for uploading 3D models to OTTO after creating an account or signing in:
Without proper support, it can be easy to lose a customer who may be having easily corrected challenges in uploading a model or 3D printing STL files. The OTTO system is adept at flagging any discrepancies, highlighting compatibility or printability issues. Some fixes are easy, but others may require more extensive communication with the customer to complete the 3D printing process successfully.
Secure online access is available for OTTO customers to upload up to 20 3D models at once. Files must be smaller than 64 MB, with less than 1 million polygons; otherwise, it may be necessary to compress the larger file to a ZIP folder and/or reduce the polygon count of the 3D model. Quotes are instantly available along with the upload process.
Customized feedback and file fixing services are available when necessary, and offerings can be customized further on request too. OTTO also provides streamlined customer service insight related to common questions, issuing of refunds, reporting and tracking orders, and more.
OTTO Increases Productivity and Innovation with 3D Printing Efficiency
One of the greatest measures of success in outsourcing 3D printing to OTTO is the level of independence businesses maintain not only as they develop even stronger relationships in manufacturing but also maintain partnerships with their own customers throughout the product life cycle. Even more importantly, because OTTO performs all the additive manufacturing work, companies are able to focus on their own core specialties without having to master a new technology like 3D printing on their own. At the same time, they have the potential for great expansion in offering new services for their customers, and even better–adding a new stream of revenue with no capital expenditure required.
OTTO paves the way for companies of all sizes to innovate and explore new ways to design and produce quality, high-performing products. Manufacturers have the ability to make a profit on every order, and can control their own mark-up. As a gateway to advanced 3D printing materials like Nylon 12 with Selective Laser Sintering technology or Stainless Steel 17-4PH with Binder Jetting, OTTO ties the entire manufacturing process together from design to delivery.
OTTO enables manufacturers to offer 3D printing to their customers without any capital expenditure. Our manufacturing enterprise software is easily integrated, simplifying production of 3D printed parts in any volume with a wide variety of suitable materials and technologies—meeting the most advanced standards for any manufacturing enterprise.