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Integrating Beelse Cloud Manufacturing (BCM) into the heart of your production process marks the adoption of an Industry 4.0 approach, covering all phases, from conception to design, through prototype manufacturing to final marketed parts.

BCM facilitates the reduction of production lead times for spare parts, by enabling them to be produced on demand, from single units to very large series, anywhere in the world.

With a lifetime guarantee of isoquality and availability of all spare parts incorporated into BCM, Cloud Manufacturing also encourages the relocation of production.

This ensures that spare parts are manufactured as close as possible to the place of use, promoting local production while anticipating environmental requirements.


The advantages of Cloud Manufacturing

Boost your production strategy with Beelse Cloud Manufacturing (BCM) and gain autonomy in the supply of your spare parts.

With BCM, independence in the supply of spare parts is within your reach.

Integrate a
effective solution
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Your ability to produce on demand becomes a reality

Offer some
sustainability to your

Your parts in BCM are available for life to your customers

Anticipate the future
with immediate profitability

Give yourself flexibility in your production needs

Use cases

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Find out how a French start-up achieved total control over its production chain, from prototyping to mass production, thanks to the use of Beelse Cloud Manufacturing (BCM).

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Our offers

Join the community BCM


Free of charge

3 Users

10 saved parts

Decision-making aid for choosing materials

Access to industrial 3D printing services

Over 40 materials available

Automated order management

Production monitoring

BCM Premium



Functionality BCM

Organize your parts by product and service (up to 50 categories and more)

Traceability and automatic serial numbering

Additional document storage (1 GB or more)

-> Room sharing (optional)

-> BCM Private Network (optional)

BCM Company

All features

Functionality of BCM Premium +

Project manager BCM dedicated

Free room design (up to 2 hours/month)

Integration with your ERP and internal services (API)

Development of tailor-made features

Dedicated infrastructure


Some questions about BCM ?

What is Cloud Manufacturing ?

Cloud Manufacturing is a fusion of technologies and production tools designed to enable immediate, on-demand production as close as possible to the point of use. These include software technologies, algorithms, deep learning and additive manufacturing, commonly known as industrial 3D printing.

What is Beelse Cloud Manufacturing (BCM)?

Beelse Cloud Manufacturing (BCM) is a digital platform that is transforming the way manufacturers produce and manage their parts. It is a cloud-based system that provides companies with a vast network of production resources on a global scale.

BCM offers the possibility of producing parts on demand, reducing the need for physical storage. Parts can be produced simply and immediately from their digital twin stored in the company's BCM space.

In addition to on-demand production, BCM facilitates the adoption of additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, offering increased design flexibility, rapid production and reduced waste.

BCM also enables spare parts to be produced as close as possible to the point of use, shortening delivery times and reducing carbon footprints.

The platform ensures the confidentiality and integrity of user data, offering responsive customer support to answer questions and resolve problems.

Overall, BCM is revolutionizing industrial production, making production processes more flexible, profitable and sustainable.

How does BCM work, the Cloud Manufacturing of Beelse ?

With a simple web browser and a 3D model of your part, you can access unlimited production capacity at BCM. Based on your production needs, BCM locates in real time the available production resources that are capable of producing your parts to your specifications.

How can I create my parts if I don't have 3D files?

Don't worry if you don't have the 3D files you need to create your parts. At Beelse, we understand that every company has specific and sometimes complex needs. That's why we offer a dedicated industrial design service to help our customers generate their 3D files. We're here to guide and support you every step of the way in your transition to production on Cloud Manufacturing.

Why should I choose BCM now?

BCM is proving to be a valuable and cost-effective tool for many companies, whatever their sector or size. Here are just a few reasons why you might need BCM today:

  • Maximize profitability for a specific range of spare parts;
  • Integrate eco-responsibility into your business ;
  • Increase your market share;
  • Propose innovative new products and services to your customers;
  • Unleash creativity within your company;
  • Gain greater autonomy in your sourcing needs.

Adopting BCM means embracing a new era of industrial production, focused on flexibility, efficiency and respect for the environment.

BCM is it difficult to use?

Not at all. BCM has been designed to be intuitive and accessible to everyone, whether you're a novice or an expert in project industrialization. BCM 's user interface was developed by ergonomics professionals and optimized thanks to feedback from its users.

To make it easy to get started, a tutorial is available directly at BCM, and if you need further assistance, a Beelse specialist can accompany you. Our aim is to make BCM as easy and seamless to use as possible for our users.

Why should I consider using BCM if I'm happy with my current production methods?

BCM is not intended to overturn your current practices, but to complement and reinforce them. Consider BCM as an additional tool in your production palette, serving your economic, social and environmental interests.

BCM is a tool which, in certain cases, can increase your company's profitability, while enabling you to anticipate future environmental regulations.

Beelse directly manage 3D printing?

No, Beelse does not deal directly with 3D printing. BCM can be connected to your own production facilities, or to those of suppliers specialized in additive manufacturing / industrial 3D printing.

How does part production work with BCM ?

BCM offers a complete solution for the production of your parts.

Not only does it enable you to manufacture the quantity of parts you need exactly when you need them, and as close as possible to the place of use, it also independently identifies the production resources available and capable of producing to your specifications.

Once the means of production has been selected, BCM automatically manages the production process and takes care of logistics right through to delivery.

This makes it particularly effective for on-demand production and continuous replenishment.

What is meant by "production as close as possible to the need or place of use" in the context of Cloud Manufacturing ?

At Cloud Manufacturing, being "as close as possible to the need or place of use" means that our BCM solution autonomously locates the production system best placed geographically in relation to the planned delivery location, while complying with your precise technical specifications.

BCM optimizes manufacturing and delivery processes for maximum efficiency.

How long does it take to manufacture a part with BCM ?

If you're launching a brand-new project at BCM, production of your part could take approximately two weeks.

However, for a part that has already been produced using our system, the lead time is generally reduced to around three days.

Who are the suppliers of BCM and can we trust them?

Our suppliers go through a rigorous qualification process before their production capabilities are listed on BCM. We have confidentiality agreements in place with all our suppliers, and audits can be carried out on a regular basis.

In the event of non-compliance or problems, Beelse reserves the right to temporarily or permanently remove the supplier from our BCM system.

What's more, BCM offers features that enable you to automatically mark your parts with a serial number for optimum traceability. This serial number is also linked to the supplier, enabling clear and precise identification of the production source.

How does BCM guarantee the quality of the parts it produces?

To guarantee the quality of the parts we manufacture, BCM integrates a complete and rigorous quality process that spans the entire project industrialization cycle. This begins with an essential homologation phase for each new project.

Homologation creates what we call the part's "DNA", which includes all the functional specifications and production information needed to ensure consistent, repeatable production over time.

When you place a production order, this precise, detailed information is transmitted to initiate the production process, guaranteeing the quality and conformity of every part produced with BCM.

How does the manufacturing process work at BCM ?

The manufacturing process with BCM is divided into three main stages, similar to those of a traditional industrial process.

These stages are prototyping, pre-production and mass production.

The advantage of BCM is that these three steps are integrated into a single production tool, making each project not only faster, but also more economical.

Thanks to this integration, you can achieve a smooth, efficient manufacturing process for your projects.

What does Industry 4.0 mean?

Industry 4.0 represents the emergence of the next phase of industrial production. It encompasses factories that are digitally connected, automated and intelligent. These modern plants integrate digital technology with traditional means of production, creating a synergy between the digital world and physical production.

Thanks to the virtualization of design, financial management and marketing processes, Industry 4.0 offers greater flexibility in production, digitally controlled and optimized by artificial intelligence and the automation of routine tasks. The aim of this fourth industrial revolution is to produce customized products in small quantities, while maintaining the economic advantages of mass production.

In addition, Industry 4.0 considers the environmental and societal impacts of production, placing people at the heart of the factory. This approach aims to improve not only the efficiency of production, but also its sustainability and respect for the environment.

How much does it cost to use BCM ?

Access to BCM is free, and you are only charged for the production of your specific parts. On top of this, we offer additional features on a subscription basis, giving you access to a diverse range of services that can generate new revenue streams for your company.

Why is BCM free? How does Beelse generate revenue?

At Beelse, we are committed to making BCM accessible to all French companies wishing to support local production. With this in mind, BCM is offered free of charge. However, we do charge a service fee for each order placed. These fees cover the management of various information flows, financial transactions and logistics processes orchestrated by BCM. For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

I'm skeptical that your service is free. Is there a catch?

Not at all 😊. Only the basic functionalities of BCM are offered free of charge, and this under specific conditions favoring local production in France. Although access to BCM is offered, the production costs of each part remain your responsibility.

If BCM is so accessible and free, how can I be sure that Beelse is a reliable company?

We are seriously committed to our mission 🤓. Our passionate team is ready to help you take the next step into the industry of the future. However, you don't have to take our word for it. Our customers and the press can testify to our reliability. We work with companies of all sizes, some of which are household names such as Vinci Aéroports, SNCF, Toyota, etc. Beelse has received numerous awards, including being ranked among the top 5 technology companies in the world transforming the manufacturing industry. We're particularly proud of that.

What are the advantages of subscribing to BCM ?

The benefits of subscription depend on your specific requirements. If you use BCM to manage your industrial projects from start to finish, or as a business development tool, you'll find some of the features included in the subscription package absolutely crucial.

What is the reparability index?

The reparability index is an indicator designed to reflect the ease with which an object can be repaired. Evaluated on a scale of 10 according to specific criteria, it has applied to certain electrical and electronic equipment since January 2021.

The aim of this index is to combat programmed obsolescence and promote a circular economy, i.e. the sustainable production of goods and services.

From January 2022, controls will be stepped up. The Direction Générale de la Concurrence, de la Consommation et de la Répression des Fraudes (DGCCRF) will monitor compliance with this new obligation. Retailers who fail to meet these obligations may be fined. In addition, the DGCCRF will monitor the reliability of the ratings awarded, and may initiate proceedings if they are found to be misleading.

In addition, new decrees were published in the Journal Officiel on January 1, laying down new rules for spare parts. The law now requires a minimum availability of five years from the date the very first unit was put on the market.

The text also stipulates that a repairer can offer parts from the circular economy to replace new parts for eligible appliances.

For more information, visit the French Ministry of the Economy website: https://www.economie.gouv.fr/dgccrf/consommation-ce-qui-change-au-1er-janvier-2022

What is TCO (Total Cost Ownership)?

TCO, or Total Cost of Ownership, is a financial approach designed to help companies and individuals understand the direct and indirect costs associated with owning a good or service.

This is not just the initial purchase price, but also the costs associated with the purchase, use, maintenance and final disposal of the product or service over its entire lifetime. This can include items such as installation costs, training costs, repair and maintenance costs, energy costs, and even replacement costs.

The concept of TCO was introduced by consulting firm Gartner in 1998, and has since become an essential tool for companies seeking to make more informed purchasing decisions. By understanding TCO, you can make smarter purchasing decisions that take into account all the costs associated with owning a good or service.

What is additive manufacturing?

Additive manufacturing, often known as 3D printing, is a set of technologies that create three-dimensional objects by adding material layer by layer. Unlike traditional manufacturing methods, such as machining, which remove material to form an object, additive manufacturing adds material to create an object.

These technologies typically use 3D digital files to guide the addition of material layer by layer, enabling the creation of complex objects with high precision and flexibility. The materials used in additive manufacturing can vary, from plastics and resins to metals and even ceramics.

Additive manufacturing offers many advantages over traditional manufacturing methods. For example, it enables the production of parts with complex shapes or internal structures that would be impossible or costly to achieve using other methods. In addition, additive manufacturing can reduce material wastage and speed up the product development process.

How does cloud manufacturing provide a response to a company's economic challenges?

cloud manufacturing is not just a new trend, it's a revolution that's injecting agility and flexibility into the business world. Imagine being able to reduce your storage and related costs, while improving your production response time and keeping your customers satisfied. That's exactly what cloud manufacturing enables.

And that's not all: your spare parts production times are also reduced. You can now produce a single part or a small series, anywhere on the planet. How is this possible? Thanks to the innovation of industrial 3D printing and high-performance software that guarantees consistent quality and availability of your spare parts throughout their life cycle.

Basically, cloud manufacturing gives you a competitive edge by helping you to adapt quickly to market changes, reduce costs, and guarantee customer satisfaction. It's like having your own tailor-made factory, available 24/7 and anywhere in the world. It's a real boon for your business.

How does cloud manufacturing address environmental issues?

cloud manufacturing, or cloud computing, is like a superhero for our planet. In what way? Well, it's helping us to be greener and cleaner in the way we produce.

Firstly, cloud manufacturing enables us to digitally store parts and produce them only when they are needed. Gone are the days of huge stocks of spare parts gathering dust and mountains of production waste. We only produce what we use, and that's good for the environment.

Then, with cloud manufacturing, we manufacture close to where we need them. That means fewer trucks, trains or planes to transport our parts around the world. Less transport means less CO2 in the air and a smaller impact on the climate.

And as an added bonus, 3D printing is often used at cloud manufacturing, which means just the right amount of material can be used to manufacture a part. Result: less wasted materials.

So, to sum up, cloud manufacturing is our ally for more planet-friendly production, in line with a sustainable, circular economy.

How does cloud manufacturing address social issues?

cloud manufacturing, or cloud computing, is not only a response to environmental and economic problems, it also plays a major role in resolving social issues. How can it help?

Firstly, cloud manufacturing encourages the relocation of production. In other words, spare parts are manufactured not thousands of kilometers away, but locally, as close as possible to where they will be used. Not only does this support local economies and create jobs, it also reduces transport and therefore greenhouse gas emissions.

What's more, cloud manufacturing makes repairs more accessible. By enabling on-demand, local production, we facilitate access to spare parts. This encourages product repair rather than replacement, which is not only better for the environment, but also extends product life and saves consumer resources.

In short, cloud manufacturing helps weave stronger links between production and consumption, while supporting local economies and promoting product sustainability.

How does cloud manufacturing reduce spare parts delivery times?

cloud manufacturing is a real game-changer when it comes to speeding up the production and delivery of spare parts. Thanks to its innovative technology, the time between order and delivery of your polymer parts is reduced to just 10 days. For metal parts, this timeframe is a maximum of 30 days. This means you can start manufacturing your parts as soon as you place your order. That's the promise of cloud manufacturing : ultra-fast, on-demand production.

Compare this with traditional methods, which are not based on cloud manufacturing. Without stock, you'd have to wait 3 to 6 months to receive your spare parts. With cloud manufacturing, it's like going from stagecoach to private jet. Your company gains in responsiveness and efficiency, and can respond to customer requests much more quickly. It's a real asset for optimizing your supply chain.

What do I need to use Beelse Cloud Manufacturing (BCM)?

The Beelse platform is easy to access and highly intuitive. All you need is an Internet connection and a computer. Whether you're running MS Windows, Linux or Mac OS, Beelse is at your fingertips.

When it comes to the security of your data, don't worry, we've got it covered. We use high-end encryption algorithms to ensure the security of your communications between your browser and our platform. For this reason, we recommend that you use the latest version of Google Chrome. That way, you can benefit from the latest features and the highest levels of security.

Rest assured, with Beelse, your data is protected and your factory experience in the cloud is optimized.

I still don't understand what BCM can do for my business

Are you still wondering what Beelse Cloud Manufacturing (BCM) can do for your company? Don't worry, we're here to help you! At Beelse, we are convinced that the integration of Cloud Manufacturing can be a real game-changer for your industrial activity.

Simply contact us and we'll be delighted to discuss your specific requirements. We can help you identify the key benefits that BCM can offer your company. Still have questions? Go ahead, we look forward to answering them and helping you realize the full potential of your business. Don't forget, we're here to support you in your digital transformation. So take the plunge and find out how BCM can boost your business! 😄

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