Boeing will soon be able to store 3-D printing data in the cloud, with help from an Israeli partner


WASHINGTON ― Boeing and Israeli company Assembrix Ltd. signed a memorandum of agreement yesterday enabling the U.S. defense giant to use Assembrix software to securely manage and share 3-D printing data with clients during the design and manufacturing phases of production.

Assembrix’s software “virtualizes industrial 3-D printing” which allows clients to allocate space in industrial size 3-D printers to produce product’s in real-time, according to the company’s website. The cloud-based service protects customer’s data from being intercepted, corrupted or decrypted throughout the distribution and manufacturing processes.

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