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From The Press

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Software Uncovers The 3D-Printability Of Your Product

The 3D Printed Needle in a Haystack​

Castor takes the mystery out of 3D printing by providing comparative data that shows where and why 3D printing is the better option than injection molding, CNC or other traditional manufacturing processes.

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CASTOR launches new capability to identify automatically suitable parts for AM using 2D drawings

 Automatic parts identification for 3D printing is possible using designers’ 2D drawings, even when 3D CAD files are not at reach.

CASTOR Now Analyzes 2D Files for 3D Printability

 CASTOR has updated its part identification software so that it can now analyze 2D files, in addition to 3D models. The software can now recommend 3D printing costs, viability, and technology choice for 2D PDF based parts.



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Press Releases

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July 21th, 2022

CASTOR launches a new capability to automatically identify parts for AM using 2D Drawings

With this innovation, the adoption of AM is viable for many companies that uses 2D PDF drawings.

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February 9th, 2022

Ultimaker and CASTOR announce the integration

Ultimaker and CASTOR launched a new integration between two of their leading 3D printing solutions – CASTOR’s part screening software and Ultimaker’s Digital Factory.


August 16th, 2021

CASTOR Raises Seed+ round led by Xerox

3D printing tech company CASTOR, which enables leading manufacturers to maximize additive manufacturing (“AM”) opportunities, announced it has closed a $3.5 million seed+ round.

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