Manufacturers can now:
Reduce costs on expensive small batches
Increased production flexibility
Fast automated screening tool over thousands of parts
CASTOR played a fundamental role in the process which led to the integration of the first 3D printed metal production part at Stanley Black and Decker…by analyzing the part using CASTOR’s software,
we were able to reduce its lead time from 8 weeks to 9 days and decrease the cost by 50%
Stanley Black and Decker Inc
Manufacturers can identify new opportunities
for using industrial 3D printing
It’s quick and simple! Just upload your CAD file and select the original material and CASTOR will:
Analyze and determine
3D printability of parts
Deliver unbiased feedback
on a part-by-part basis
technology and material
Perform financial analysis
of 3D compared to traditional manufacturing
The results can be used for optimizing your own internal printer OR you can connect to a suggested 3D service bureau.
Use CASTOR to gain the critical information you need to make highly complex/low volume machine parts
CASTOR focuses on high-tech industrial machinery
manufacturers. It’s already being used in the following industries:
Logistics and Transportation
From The Press
Evonik expands 3D
printing services through castor technologies investment
According to the company, the investment “enables Evonik to expand beyond selling materials” for the 3D printing industry.
"Our vision is to be the manufacturers’ gateway to industrial 3D printing."
Evonik Industries' venture capital arm has invested in an Israeli software start-up which has developed a platform to assess the printability of part designs and the best material option.
Tel Aviv, Feb 2019
1st place, Global Startup Challenge (AM Vertical), 2nd place overall
1st place, Coller $100K startup competition
Tel Aviv, July 2018
Shenzhen innovation and entrepreneurship international competition
Shenzhen, May 2018
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