How Accurately Can Templating Software Predict Implant Sizes?

Anna Marchenko
November 27, 2019

Pre-operative software can highlight issues that may arise during an orthopedic surgery and give accurate predictions on how implants will fit, according to a recent study in the UK.

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Top 5 Magics 24 Features Accelerating AM Productivity

Madeleine Fiello
November 19, 2019

Beta testers have already been testing out the lightning-fast new features introduced in the newest version of Magics, Magics 24. These top five new updates accelerate the productivity of AM users — discover what these tools are and how they’re improving data preparation.

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Point-of-Care 3D Printing Improves Patient Outcomes at Nemours

Todd Pietila
November 18, 2019

Easily collaborating between teams across the hospital system, better surgical results and achieving true informed consent with patients are just three reasons why Nemours Children’s Hospital uses an in-house 3D printing service.

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Virtual Patients: a reality in orthopedic implant R&D

Julien Deckx
November 14, 2019

Virtual patients have been gaining attention in recent years as a way to augment pre-clinical tests and even clinical trials. While for many applications the concept is still in its infancy, the use of virtual patients has become standard practice in the development process of orthopedic implants.

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How Our 2019 Material Launches Are Expanding Your AM Toolkit

Madeleine Fiello
November 13, 2019

Materialise added six new materials and a metal grading system to their 3D printing lineup in 2019 in order to add more options for AM users.

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China Needs to Embrace 3D Printing to Remain the Factory of the World

Stefaan Motte
November 11, 2019

Chinese manufacturers believe 3D printing is necessary for the country to keep its status as the ‘factory of the world’. Yet, few are ready to implement it into their production lines. This is according to a recent survey that Materialise conducted among Chinese manufacturing companies to gain insight into their attitudes and interest in the technology.

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UMC Utrecht Is on Forefront of Innovation with Point-of-Care 3D Lab

Todd Pietila
October 24, 2019

Why does the University Medical Center (UMC) Utrecht in the Netherlands invest in the latest 3D technologies for their craniomaxillofacial (CMF) practice? To bridge the gap between research and the clinic and provide cutting-edge care by delivering 3D planning, 3D design of guides and models, technical support to surgeons, and technical information to patients all in one place.

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Materialise Helps Drive Agoria Solar Team through the Outback

Madeleine Fiello
October 11, 2019

Imagine this: the sunny Australian outback, thousands of kilometers of road ahead of you, and over a year’s worth of your team’s hard work pushing you along toward the finish line.

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Benin Summer School 2019: Materialise volunteers and local students “work together on a dream”

Jana Obermueller
October 08, 2019

The 9th edition of the École de vacances (summer school) saw a trio of Materialise volunteers travel from Belgium to Benin to mentor a group of under-20s as they developed projects around plant-based alternatives for preventing and curing malaria, empowering female entrepreneurs in rural regions, and kick-starting a clean, safe e-scooter alternative to dirty, petrol-fueled motorbikes.

Meet the eight high school graduates who are making ripples across their communities.

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