To create a fullsize representation of a 1930s airplane, VLM turned to Materialise to 3D print and assemble the ghostlike model. The resulting centerpiece for an open air museum is elegant but robust enough to withstand winds of up to 100km/h.
Signify came to us for guidance on how to improve some components prone to persistent part failure. Thanks to 3D printing and our expertise, we co-engineered two parts that have not failed a single time in four years — providing huge operational savings. Want to know the secret? Read our blog detailing how co-creation, innovation, and application combined to create the perfect 3D part for Signify’s lightbulb assembly line.
When 3D printing parts for a race car, you need not only printing expertise but also knowledge of complex design and ergonomics. That's why the Agoria Solar Team partnered with Materialise for engineering support and 3D printing to create a car that's fast and reliable.
Emmanuelle Vandamme, Belgium’s Mobility Policy Chief, visited Materialise to get a behind-the-scenes look at our certified additive manufacturing facilities. Read this interview to learn about Ms. Vandamme’s main mission and her views on innovation in the mobility sector.
No longer seen as merely a tool for rapid prototyping, 3D printing has emerged as a future-proof way to produce smarter, cheaper, and more performant end-use parts. Discover how aircraft manufacturers, MROs, and aviation authorities alike are realizing the potential of AM for low-criticality plastic components.
80% of manufacturers already use AM to prototype, but how can your business scale to make it a core part of your manufacturing processes? Find out how we’ve helped businesses to adopt AM on a larger scale cost effectively and efficiently.
If a part breaks, is replacing it with a like-for-like part always the best idea? What if you could rethink the design and bring real value with an improved version? Discover how Materialise helped Expleo develop a 3D-printed repair kit that takes spare parts to the next level.
PAL Robotics is a leading company that develops humanoid and service robots since 2004. Their most recent and most advanced project was a humanoid robot, ARI, created in close collaboration with Materialise and 3D printing technology.
The results of our latest customer survey are in, and we’re thrilled to hear that 97.5% of our customers find us ‘easy to do business with’. But what does that mean exactly? To find out, we caught up with Inside Sales Officer Cheryl Blackburn, who is often a customer’s first experience with Materialise.