CASTOR’s software optimizes manufacturing by automatically identifying suitable parts for Additive Manufacturing.

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Cost-saving opportunities - Automatically identify manufacturing and inventory cost savings by utilizing 3D Printing.

Improve supply chain efficiency - Shorten lead time, manufacture on demand, and manage digital inventory.

Identify redesign opportunities - Reduce costs and improve efficiency by finding weight reduction and part consolidation opportunities.

Responsible manufacturing - Reveal how to reduce manufacturing CO2 emissions and increase sustainability using Additive manufacturing.

Optimize manufacturing and increase profitability by using industrial 3D Printing

CASTOR is a leading industrial 3D Printing software company that enables manufacturers to optimize manufacturing and increase profitability by using industrial 3D Printing. CASTOR solves the challenge of identifying where, when, and how to utilize the benefits of additive manufacturing, by automating the process of screening parts and highlighting the parts that make a good business case for AM.

CASTOR's software can analyze thousands of parts at once and identify opportunities where Additive Manufacturing makes sense, from a technical, economical, and sustainable point of view. Whether a company's initiatives are cost reduction, sustainability, or supply chain resilience, CASTOR helps engineers scale the AM journey.

CASTOR is quick and easy to use. Upload your 3D CAD files or 2D drawings from your integrated PLM or AM platform or load them into CASTOR’s software and receive a report with insights and recommendations.

Automatically identify suitable parts for additive manufacturing

CASTOR's software automates the process of identifying suitable parts for additive manufacturing and highlights those that make a good business case from technical, economical, sustainable, lead time, and supply chain aspects. Its advanced features provide redesign suggestions such as part consolidation and weight reduction.


Material Properties Analysis

Comparing the 3D printed parts’ mechanical properties to traditional manufacturing material properties.


Geometry Limitations Analysis

Checking whether each feature within the parts stands in the manufacturability of 3D Printing.


Stress Analysis

Considering external loads acting upon parts, using a unique-to-AM Finite Elements Analysis.


Cost Analysis

Measure the costs of 3D printing vs. traditional manufacturing methods.

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