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HP Universal Build Manager

Simplify and automate build preparation across all your additive process technologies1 through a single software platform.

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Improve throughput, efficiency and productivity.

  • Streamlined build preparation and reduced computational times with accelerated GPU technology 
  • Automated production processes—lowering production costs 
  • Improved part quality with print profiles optimized for specific processes, geometries, or materials

Power. Freedom. Control.

GPU acceleration

A system that scales with you, regardless of part complexity, printer bed size, resolution or additive process. Leveraging the power of QUADRO professional graphics cards from NVIDIA.

Native CAD

Directly import native CAD files or STLs – output to a range of 3D print processes. Use CAD splines and metadata to improve the quality of your workflow and output.

Python scripting

Harness the power of this scripting language and community to automate, customize and control your workflow – do more, in less time.

Universal means universal

HP Universal Build Manager Powered by Dyndrite supports the following additive processes: HP Multi Jet Fusion (polymers), binder jetting (polymers, metals, ceramics), powder bed fusion DMLS/SLS/SHS (metals), EBM (metals), SLS (polymers), FDM (polymers), SLA/DLP (polymers), LOM (composites, ceramics, glass), CBAM (composites, glass, ceramics).

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  1. Supported additive processes: HP Multi Jet Fusion (polymers), binder jetting (polymers, metals, ceramics), powder bed fusion DMLS/SLS/SHS (metals), EBM (metals), SLS (polymers)], FDM (polymers), SLA/DLP (polymers), LOM (composites, ceramics, glass), CBAM (composites, glass, ceramics).