DynaMaker has lots of templates and projects to start from when setting up a 3D configurator on your homepage. One template is for configuring profiles and creating BOM lists with customized cutting lengths. Let the customer select and add their profiles and automatically create packages of 3D files (STL, STEP) and BOM lists.
Sounds interesting? Send us a set of DXF files of the profiles you want to configure to email@example.com and we will set up your own version of this configurator and show you how to integrate it with your current homepage!
Documentation and tutorials are living documents and in order to make them as good as possible, we’ve added an edit button at the top right of each documentation page. If you have suggestions on how we can improve, press the button, log in to GitHub and make your change. You will be prompted to create a pull request with your changes, which is just a fancy way of letting us know that you’ve got some improvements.
Summer is closing in here in the north and what could be better than to plan for stimulating woodworking projects?
Of course, you first need an online tool to interact and explore the parametric possibilities and auto-generate all the material lists and drawings. Just hammering away won’t do it anymore.
A quick glance at a recent open project on the DynaMaker platform shows how you with a few properties and parametric patterns can generate furniture from a standard profile. From chair to sofa, to a flat surface with just a few parameters.
This is a good example of how to get started with building an interactive online customization tool, and how it can be made easy with the help of standardized tools. The time-consuming part is usually integrating a tool like this into the quotation/order process of a company. Luckily we are working on standardizing that as well, but for the happy enthusiast, it’s just to hammer away! Let us know if you want to explore this particular open project and perhaps use it for your own project.
Are you trying to digitize your business and leverage new modern tools for automation and IT? Then we have the tools and know-how to help you!
We have an upcoming open webinar on May 21 at 15:00 CEST to start addressing this topic together and help bring insights to your business.
With so many new platforms, technologies, and solutions on the market it can sometimes be hard to find the way all by yourself. Therefore we have created a strategy for navigating this and collected a few cases on how this can be done in a proper way.
With a focus on having an automated flow of information, orders, data through the company and working with software and technology that develops at an exponential speed, we have collected a few cases that can be used for inspiration and comparison when setting your own management strategy.
Guidelines to start with
Don`t reinvent the wheel – Never start from scratch if its not core business. There is a platform available for everything today.
Ensure Accessibility – When everybody is using digital solutions you cannot have internal IT running around patching and installing for everyone manually.
Fast feedback during development – Demand fast results to understand and test core concepts.
Make sure the simple system works first – Well functioning complex systems can only come from well functioning simple systems.
Modules instead of Monoliths – Decouple the IT infrastructure for faster development and long time maintainability
Automated Checks – Make sure that old rules are still valid when developing new
Performance – Make sure to distribute the load in a way that scales
The DynaMaker cloud service is designed to respect these guidelines and be a long-term puzzle piece in your digital ecosystem.
To get started with building online dynamic tools and transforming your industry to the modern manufacturing age we offer webinars, online training, on-site training and ready templates and examples.
The next upcoming webinar that focuses on a general introduction to the DynaMaker cloud service will be held on April 24. Perfect for you that are curious about how the platform works, how you can use it in your ecosystem of other solutions, and how you can get started!
The webinar will focus on how to get you started with tool building in a standardized way and will be followed by more webinars with a specific focus on different areas.
This year the big industry fair Hannover Messe has partnered up with Sweden and the engineers behind DynaMaker, team SkyMaker, will be there showcasing mass customization solutions for the modern industry.
The fair is from 1/4 to 5/4 so if you are close by Hannover during that week you have an excellent opportunity to come by the Swedish Pavilion in hall 27, and meet with the team in one of our demo stations: Smart Control & Quality (#7). There will be plenty of other interesting Swedish companies present and we hope that you will find the entire pavilion inspiring!
We are now proud to announce that we have released our cloud service for mass customization! Our tools and knowledge that we have been using in the Swedish industry for the last couple of years are now available at the fingertips of everyone!
Building automated pipelines for custom production is hard and has historically been impossible to achieve at a reasonable price. But we have developed tools and methods to change that.
Our tools and our way of working enables affordable custom production and full utilization of the power that modern automated production machines bring to the industry. All bundled up in an accessible way in a modern cloud service built for the next industrial revolution.
DynaMaker is provided as Software as a Service (SaaS) and you can find our different types of accounts on the pricing page.
We still have lots of more useful features, integrations and examples that we are currently working on bringing to the cloud service. These will be continuously added to the service.
Do you need help to get started, training or perhaps use some of our engineers for a jumpstart on your mass customization project? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will find the way forward suitable for you.