Showing results tagged with "3D Printing Software"

Standardized Machine Languages Improve AM Work with Data

Madeleine Fiello
August 04, 2020

The implementation of standards has greatly transformed the way numerous industries work. And now is the time to implement a standard machine language in the additive manufacturing industry. We are working together with OEMs to push forward this initiative and are already seeing the benefits with our first software project of this kind: machine monitoring.

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5 Ways to Maintain AM Productivity during COVID-19 Pandemic

Madeleine Fiello
March 26, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s necessary for people all over the world to work from home or practice social distancing. But that doesn’t mean that working with AM has to be less productive. Here are our tips for using AM software to maintain productivity during this difficult time. 

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Materialise and HP Strengthen User Control over AM Processes

Madeleine Fiello
March 05, 2020

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. 

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The Top 5 Takeaways from Our Masterclass in Metal 3D Printing

Madeleine Fiello
January 21, 2020

As a writer who recently joined Materialise with no prior experience in 3D printing, I was curious to join the Masterclass in Metal AM. I had heard talk of the specific processes that Metal AM called for, such as heat treatments and melt pools, and I was ready to learn more about what working with Metal 3D Printing is like. I joined a diverse group of participants from various backgrounds to discover firsthand how the Masterclass in Metal 3D Printing benefits attendees. 

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What’s It Like to Be a Software Application Engineer at Materialise?

Stephanie Benoit
September 11, 2018

Not everything at Materialise Software is about writing code. A large part of the Software department is devoted to shaping the product and determining which features should be included, based on the feedback from the customers and the market. In this way, our software can keep making the lives of our customers easier, more cost-effective and more efficient. We interviewed two software application engineers to get an in-depth look at what the job is really like. Meet Olga Iatsenko, product application engineer for Materialise 3-matic, and Maarten Brocatus, product application engineer for Materialise e-Stage.

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EOS Strives to Change the Mindset of Engineers

Kirsten Van Praet
January 23, 2018

Materialise interviews Dr. Adrian Keppler, the CEO of EOS, about what is necessary to make 3D Printing more successful in the future. It’s all about creating an additive mindset. Watch the leadership talk interview.

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Simulation Leads to More Reliable and Less Expensive Production

Kirsten Van Praet
December 22, 2017

Dr. Hendrik Schafstall explains what value simulation can bring in Metal 3D Printing, what it means to have simulation integrated within Materialise Magics and what the future of simulation looks like.

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Interviewing Concept Laser: “There Is a Need for More Industrialized, Automated and Stable Metal Solutions”

Kirsten Van Praet
September 22, 2017

Interviewing Oliver Edelmann, Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing of Concept Laser, now part of the GE Group, who told us about the evolution and challenges of Metal AM and where the industry should focus to prepare the technology for its next big step. 

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Machine Manufacturer Carima Speaks of the Impact of Materialise Technology

Kirsten Van Praet
May 17, 2017

Materialise recently announced their partnership with Korean 3D printer manufacturer Carima. They will bundle Materialise Magics Print software for their line of Digital Light Processing printers. This flexible software allows 3D printer manufacturers to offer data preparation solutions to their customers, making it possible to repair files and prepare them for printing in a much simpler and more efficient way.

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