Materialise has partnered with winter sports gear and tailored footwear specialist Tailored Fits, to launch the world’s first end-to-end digital supply chain for custom-fit ski boots. The supply chain is supported by a customization platform for wearables, co-developed by Materialise and Tailored Fits, which includes a customer interface, design automation and process automation. Materialise also provides the entire production capacity for the certified additive manufacturing of the customized ski boots.
Total revenue increased 21.8% from the second quarter of 2016 to 33,612 kEUR, with increases in all three business segments.
Adjusted EBITDA increased 164% from 1,034 kEUR for the second quarter of 2016 to 2,732 kEUR.
Total deferred revenue from annual software sales and maintenance contracts amounted to 17,206 kEUR at the end of the second quarter of 2017 compared 16,799 kEUR at the end of the fourth quarter of 2016
Leuven, Belgium and Padua, Italy – July 20, 2017. The forward-looking made in Italy brand OXYDO goes eclectic, with the disruptive designs of the new OXYDO SS 2017 Collection. This launch marks the first offering from the partnership between Materialise NV (NASDAQ: MTLS), leader in Additive Manufacturing solutions and software, and Safilo Group, the Italian powerhouse behind numerous iconic eyewear brands worldwide. The new OXYDO Capsule Collection is an expression of intent, demonstrating not only what Additive Manufacturing is capable of today but where it could lead the eyewear industry tomorrow.
PLYMOUTH, MICH., June 13, 2017 – Cardiovascular medical device developers and clinicians are often required to conduct clinical trials for their devices and procedures to ensure they will perform safely and effectively across their patient population. Numerous medical professionals across the United States have partnered with Materialise, using the company’s 3D printing software and services to improve outcomes and efficiency in these extensive and often costly trials and help bring innovations to market.
PLYMOUTH, Michigan – June 8, 2017 - Hospitals across the country have the same goal: providing the best care for their patients. With increased accessibility to 3D printed anatomical models, surgical teams are now able to develop patient-specific surgical plans prior to entering the operating room, resulting in a positive impact on patient care and the hospital’s business. With these models and plans, surgeons are able to prepare for and treat more difficult cases, such as complex heart conditions or tumors in proximity to vital organs, reducing operating room times as well as the the chances of unforeseen complications.