Since 1990, Tokyo-based engineering company SOLIZE has supported product development from design and prototyping to production readiness. To learn more about Materialise's role in SOLIZE's AM business, we spoke to Head of AM System Sales Yoshihiro Nomura and Head of AM Service Bureau Tohru Ota.
Founded in 2014, Zenith Tecnica is a New Zealand-based contract manufacturer that specializes in titanium 3D printing. Just seven years on, and they can definitely be considered leaders in their field. Seeing such incredible growth in such a short space of time made us very excited to talk to the team about the role that Materialise Magics has played in their journey so far. We sat down with Production Lead Kurt Schmidt for a quick conversation.
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.
Multi-laser 3D printers will greatly improve productivity and control within additive manufacturing organizations. But how can we ensure that the process is optimized and reliable? Learn how our software team is innovating to make this technology accessible during this interview with Research Manager Tom Craeghs.
There is no shortage of resources to learn about 3D printing. But for those of you just becoming acquainted with the technology, it can be overwhelming to understand what exactly 3D printing could do for you. That is why we are boiling down some of the main reasons people turn to 3D printing in this blog.
Materialise and HP met up at Formnext to discuss enhancing process communication, digital rights management, and the HP Digital Manufacturing Network. With the further enablement of user control over AM processes, Materialise and HP see productivity and security improving drastically.
The GE9X, the largest jet engine in the world developed for Boeing’s next-generation 777X jets, took its maiden flight on the GE flying testbed in March 2018. Discover how its crucial 3D-printed turbine parts were created using Materialise software solutions, and how these same solutions can power certified series manufacturing in Industry 4.0.