Internal mobility is highly encouraged at Materialise. We took a look at the stories of four employees’ career paths to discover how they sought new opportunities, their advice for colleagues looking to do the same, and internal mobility resources provided by HR.
We sat down with Mietje Germonpré, a paleontologist at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels who is specialized in mammals from the Ice Age, to get her insight on the Mammoth of Lier and how 3D Printing is breathing new life into its age-old remains.
When you’re running a start-up, speed is often a key part in providing your customers with a good experience. Not only does it give you a competitive advantage, it enables you to react quickly to customer demands and get to the best version of the product together. We interviewed Filip Smet, the CEO of Lemon Companies to get his unique insight on why 3D Printing – and speedy deliveries – are so crucial for Lemon’s projects.
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.
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.
Ms. Virginia Palacios, Director of Strategic Customer Engagement in the 3DP Business at HP, shares the key advantages of their multi fusion technology, how the industry can grow, what barriers we need to overcome together to transform the $12 trillion manufacturing industry and to change how the world designs and manufactures.
How does 3D Printing affect the number of manufacturing jobs and what is the impact of the technology on our society? Jürgen Tiedje, head of Digital Grow at the European Commission, shares the European Commission’s view on these topics.
BASF is the ultimate reference for plastic material production in Germany, as well as worldwide. Everything you see, from your shoes to your car, probably contains some of their polymers. The chemical giant has been around for more than a century and today the company is looking at the opportunities that 3D Printing offers.
American multinational GE was a co-exhibitor at the Materialise booth at Formnext this year. Their 3D-printed fuel nozzle has become a famous example of the huge impact of 3D Printing. In the past, the nozzle was made up of 20 different parts that were then painstakingly brazed and welded together. Now it is printed in one piece, 25% lighter and five times stronger. With the Materialise backbone of software solutions, GE was able to increase the production of the fuel nozzle in an efficient and controlled way.
Mary Visser, Professor of Art and Brown Chair holder at the Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, is one of the pioneers of using 3D Printing in art and sculpture. Her lifelong passion for sculpture and her constant quest to enhance her artistic medium with advanced technology has made her one of the most fascinating designers in 3D Printing today – and an inspirational figure to any woman with an interest in the 3D printing industry. Read all about her thoughts on 3D Printing in our interview with her below.