Materialise and HP Collaborate
Many significant companies use the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite to enhance their business. Printer giant HP is one of them. At RAPID we officially announced our collaboration with HP to develop a specific Build Processor for their HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printer. The Build Processor simplifies the 3D printing workflow and gives users more control over their 3D print, creating an improved user experience and giving customers more options to get the most out of their HP 3D printer.
What’s New in the Suite
The Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite is not a static suite. The products inside are alive and evolving! From now on, Materialise e-Stage, our fully automated solution for support generation is suited for bottom-up resin-based printers. Since bottom-up printing is forced to deal with gravity, the connection between the supporting structure and parts has been reinforced. This is a milestone for automatic support generation, as from now on all resin-based technologies can benefit from automatic support generation.
Another novelty within the suite is connected to machine communication. The Materialise Build Processor, the technology within the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite that takes care of the communication between the software and 3D printing machines, now includes the Materialise Slice Build Processor. If there is no dedicated Build Processor available for your 3D printer and your printer accepts SLC as an input format, the Materialise Slice Build Processor is the solution you are looking for. This technology allows users to generate slices of SLC slice data, and it further automates the data preparation process while enhancing the capabilities of the 3D printer or print service. The third hot item in the suite is connected to the Materialise Control Platform. At RAPID we announced our Materialise Inspector tools that simulate the build by visually representing the processed slice data. Any manufacturer who wants to gain a detailed understanding of the printing process, for instance for R&D, can now rely on the Inspector tool.
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