Bridging the Gap between 3D Printers and Software

3D printing machines are complex works of art that require machine parameter knowledge to get the desired result. The Materialise Build Processor is the technology within the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite that takes care of communication between software and 3D printing machines, reducing the complexity of 3D Printing for you. Discover its extensive range of machine-specific and technology-neutral solutions.

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Why Choose the Materialise Build Processor

Rely on the Machine Communication Standard

Rely on the Machine Communication Standard

To communicate your file to the printer, you need specialized software. The Materialise Build Processor is considered the standard software for communicating with and monitoring AM machines. 
 

Discover the Full Platform

Discover the Full Platform

Our offer is not limited to machine communication software. You can benefit from the integration with data preparation and other software from the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite.

Benefit from Our Partnerships

Benefit from Our Partnerships

Materialise has strong partnerships with the majority of leading AM machine manufacturers worldwide. This means that we can update our software in line with the developments of machine manufacturers.


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Easily Handle Huge Files

Easily Handle Huge Files

Do you experience difficulties with handling large files? Our slice-based technology avoids large files by skipping the demanding triangularization to an intermediate STL file and generating the desired geometry on the slice level.

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Features of Materialise Build Processor

Data Processing

  • Process compensations
  • Slicing and slice-based data
  • Slice post-processing
  • Integrated supports

 

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Process Integration

  • Machine integration
  • Client-server set-up
  • Front-end software integration

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Additional Features

  • Material and build-time estimation
  • Material development module

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Materialise Build Processor for HP 

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