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PTC Presents Project with Materialise at Formnext 2017

Kirsten Van Praet
November 15, 2017

PTC, a leading CAD/CAM and PLM company, presented advancements in 3D Printing related to their recently announced CREO 5 at the Materialise booth at formnext today.

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Dream Big in 3Dimensions: Materialise China Hosts Focus Day

Stephanie Benoit
November 06, 2017

Last week, it was time for the third edition of Materialise China’s Focus Day! This year’s edition was called “Dream Big in 3Dimensions”; a two-day event uniting high-end speakers from different industries, and over 200 visitors who ranged from customers and partners to industrial players interested in the possibilities of Additive Manufacturing. Read on to get a taste of how the event went.

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What Links Our CEO to Hilary Clinton, François Hollande and Ban Ki-Moon?

Kirsten Van Praet
October 20, 2017

The World Knowledge Forum in Seoul unites some of the brightest people in the world to discuss how to promote balanced global economic growth and prosperity in Korea. The speakers aim to reduce knowledge gaps through knowledge sharing and include - just to name some:  Hillary Clinton, Former U.S. Secretary of State; François Hollande, President of the French Republic (2012-2017); Ban Ki-moon - Secretary-General of United Nations (2007-2016); and our very own CEO Wilfried Vancraen.

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The First Metal AM Academy in Singapore and India

Kirsten Van Praet
August 30, 2017

Recently, we brought our Metal AM Academy to India and Singapore to further educate local metal users on the Metal AM process. The transfer of knowledge allowed the participants to use their machines better and grow their expertise.

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5 Reasons to Use 3D Printing for Your Jewelry Business

Kirsten Van Praet
July 20, 2017

Why would you produce jewelry using 3D printing technology, instead of creating it traditionally? Here are five reasons that convinced jewelry giants like Titan to start using 3D Printing in their business.

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5 Easy Ways to Remove Metal Support Structures

Kirsten Van Praet
July 18, 2017

Applying a minimal amount of support is a matter of taking into account your design and part orientation. When support structures are still required, advanced 3D printing software offers you a wide range of support types that are ideal for the geometry of your part.

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Materialise and Renishaw Host Metal AM Seminar in India

Kirsten Van Praet
July 12, 2017

What can 3D printing technology bring to India? Materialise and Renishaw answered this question during their ‘Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing’ seminar in Pune, India, at Renishaw’s AM Solutions Centre. For this seminar, more than 40 people from different industries - aerospace, automotive, engineering, medical, oil and gas etc. - gathered from all over India.

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KLIO Contributes to Smart Mobility with Their Open Structure Mobility Concept

Kirsten Van Praet
June 29, 2017

KLIO Design participated in a mobility conference where innovative concepts were presented to increase smart mobility in South Korea. They 3D printed parts of their car to avoid the laborious step of mold creation and make it possible to customize the design. With Materialise software, they were able to design complex, organic lightweight structures and successfully 3D print them.

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Materialise Interviews BASF: “Our Customers Drive Us to Explore AM”

Kirsten Van Praet
June 26, 2017

BASF is the ultimate reference for plastic material production in Germany, as well as worldwide. Everything you see, from your shoes to your car, probably contains some of their polymers. The chemical giant has been around for more than a century and today the company is looking at the opportunities that 3D Printing offers.

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Innovation Driving the Future: A First Multicolored Voxel Part

Kirsten Van Praet
June 08, 2017

Materialise and HP are exploring the possibilities of voxel technology to produce parts that have different properties on a volume-level. Together we created a voxel-printed part that visualizes the stresses that would impact a metal part. The 3D model was printed at HP’s R&D facility and sets a first example for the industry.

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