Showing results tagged with "Additive Manufacturing"

Nick Ervinck Takes 3D-Printed Art to Japan

Stephanie Benoit
November 30, 2017

Nick Ervinck is no stranger to 3D Printing. He’s been using the technology to create his fantastical sculptures for years, blending the digital with the traditional. His latest 3D creation is NESURAK, which featured as part of his GNI-RI exhibition at the AXIOM Art & Science Gallery Lab in Tokyo.

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Meet Our Modular Toy Robot at the Family of the Future Event

Stephanie Benoit
November 07, 2017

On November 8, we will be taking part in the Family of the Future, an event organized by Flam3D. It will showcase the state-of-the-art in 3D printing technology, including an overview of available technologies and how they can add value to a variety of different industries. And among the displays will be a 3D-printed toy robot, designed and produced by Materialise!

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Eyewear Turns into Wearable Sculptures at Safilo

Radhika Dhuru
October 17, 2017

Italian eyewear powerhouse Safilo is the force behind globally renowned names in eyewear, with a portfolio encompassing Dior, Fendi, Elie Saab and more. This year, Safilo partnered with us to bring 3D Printing to the avant-garde OXYDO SS 2017 collection, creating an all-new interpretation of the Italian fashion aesthetic.

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Tactography™: Gabriel Bonfim’s Tactile Photography for the Blind

Stephanie Benoit
September 08, 2017

What if you could create photographs which could also be enjoyed by people with a visual impairment? Brazilian photographer Gabriel Bonfim set out to create a series of photos in 3D which could be felt by visitors and “seen” in their mind’s eye. He calls it Tactography™ - and we helped bring the project to life with our Stereolithography printers.

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Between Memory and Reality: Artists Use TetraShell to Create Bronze Tree Sculpture

Stephanie Benoit
August 21, 2017

Artist duo L+S were commissioned with creating a piece of art for Ullerntunet, a nursing home in Oslo, Norway. Their concept included installing a two-part sculpture in the grounds of the center, made up of a four-meter-high tree and its replica in bronze. Here is how the artists realized their vision based on a 3D scan of the original tree, as well as using 3D Printing and TetraShell investment casting to create the sculpture.

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3D Printing Your Own Production Line: How Materialise Does It

Stephanie Benoit
August 14, 2017

As a 3D printing company, we’ve experienced the difference 3D-printed components can make in our own production lines. Check out how we’re using 3D Printing on our own production floor!

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Phits Wearer Wins Legendary Lanzarote Iron Man Triathlon and Challenge Roth

Stephanie Benoit
July 19, 2017

One of the most famous and grueling triathlons in the world, the Ironman in Lanzarote consists of a 3,86 km swim, a 180,25 km bicycle ride and a marathon (42,20 km). Another legendary triathlon is the Challenge Roth, which takes place in Germany every year. Belgian triathlete Bart Aernouts won both the Lanzarote Ironman and the Challenge Roth of 2017 – and he did it with his 3D-printed Phits insoles.

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3DP Adoption: Focus on the Practical to Unlock the Possible

Natalie Simpson
July 06, 2017

Traditionally there has been a tendency to segregate research and industry when it comes to 3D Printing, based largely on the premise that finding out ‘what’s possible’ will always be at odds with identifying ‘what’s cost-effective’. The premise is flawed. Why? Because you can answer both questions by focusing on what enables practical progress right here, right now.

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World’s Fastest Electric Racecar Breaks Record at Zandvoort by 16 Seconds

Stephanie Benoit
June 27, 2017

The passionate students behind InMotion have an ambitious goal – to create the fastest electric formula racecar in the world. And after years of research and development, they are starting to see results. Last weekend, the team got to see their IM/e racecar in action at Zandvoort, the largest racetrack in the Netherlands, and managed to do the circuit in a record-breaking 1:48.371 seconds – that’s 16 seconds faster than the previous electric lap record!

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Materialise 3DP Academy: 3D-Printed Production Lines Edition

Stephanie Benoit
June 23, 2017

Our latest 3DP Academy, hosted at the Materialise headquarters in Leuven, was no ordinary edition – we focused on the increasingly relevant topic of 3D-printed production line components.

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