3D printing service platform Material Assistant makes ordering ingredients easier
Jellypipe has updated its e-commerce platform. Version 3 simplifies ordering new components to be printed using the Material Assistant, improving re-orders and handling complex projects.
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Through its online platform for ordering 3D-printed components, Jellypipe Networks companies are involved in additive manufacturing. The platform automatically calculates prices and delivery times based on 3D printing files. Partners make 3D printing. Jellypipe takes care of logistics and billing.
With the platform update, according to Jellypipe, the Material Assistant is now available for the 3D printing command, simplifying the selection of the right technology and associated materials. Customers must be able to choose the desired properties of the final product, such as chemical resistance, shock resistance, or light resistance. Next, the Materials Assistant provides the right combination of technology and materials from 13 different technologies and over 100 materials.
Jellypipe also announces that its re-orders and handling of complex projects have also been improved. Customers can now reorder orders that have already been ordered and, if necessary, receive finished products from the same printer at the Printfactory, it is said. For this purpose, projects and configurations with materials technology groups and 3D printing files are saved in watchlists. Moreover, the handling of complex projects has been improved. In the future, not only the details of the termination of the 3D-printed component will have to be given by order. Offers can also have tiered pricing or map framework agreements.
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