Press Overview

Monday, September 22, 2014
Materialise is on track to continue revolutionizing the personalized healthcare industry by developing 3D surgical planning software and patient-specific instrumentation for total knee replacements based on 2D X-ray information.
Sunday, September 21, 2014
World-record-holder Paula Radcliffe runs in first race in 2 years to prepare for London Marathon with support from RS Print’s 3D-printed dynamic insoles
Thursday, September 18, 2014
With 20+ years of experience in the 3D Printing Industry, Materialise has become a trusted partner for many companies and individuals looking to prototype and manufacture projects using a wide range of 3D Printing technologies. Continuing this tradition, Materialise is proud to announce that its design and engineering team - which is currently supported by 100+ Additive Manufacturing machines, specialists for every technology, and a battery of software developers - has now added a Scanning and Measurement Service. This new service allows them to now offer a complete solution for the design and realization of high-quality, 3D printed parts.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Guangzhou, China – September 16, 2014. 3D Printing is playing an increasingly important role in Chinese industrial development. Testifying to this evolution, over 40 local companies are exhibiting their 3D printers at the largest Asiamold to date, which opened yesterday. Materialise, which holds a leading role in the China 3D Printing industry as an open platform provider, was honored to be invited to cut the opening ribbon to the exhibition and conference.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
“I always thought my tumor was the size of a quarter and didn’t realize how large it was until I saw the Materialise model.” Materialise (Nasdaq:MTLS), a pioneer in 3D Printing for medical applications, recently created a 3D-printed heart model for doctors at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to support Bradley White’s case, a 16-year-old boy who was born with a tumor. With the aid of Materialise’s HeartPrint® 3D-printed model, his doctors were able to determine the best treatment for Bradley’s erratic heartbeat.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
LEUVEN, Belgium--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Materialise, a pioneer in the medical applications of 3D Printing, has worked together with hand specialist Dr. Verstreken to give children with complex, improperly-healed forearm fractures a fresh chance for a carefree and active childhood. One of these children is 7-year-old Joos. Although he once avoided the use of his badly-healed arm, Joos can no longer tell which arm he had surgery on without looking for the scar.