Partnering with Proponent, the world’s largest independent aerospace distribution company, gives us the chance to help both OEMs and MROs explore 3D printing as a complementary technology and benefit from its ability to produce on-demand part series.
More and more foot experts around the world are turning to 3D printing to create orthotics for their patients — and for good reason. We’re here to explain how this technology benefits everyone, from the experts themselves to the people that wear them.
There is no realistic training simulation training set-up for catheter procedures for children's hearts nor for congenital heart defects. Pulsating 3D-printed hearts using Mimics Innovation Suite could be the answer to address this need.
A more integrated production environment enabling greater efficiency, repeatability, scale, and control is gradually appearing on the horizon. However, one common but important element connects traditional and additive manufacturing: the use of data. In our round table, we discuss the role and significance of data in additive manufacturing (AM) with some of the finest minds in the industry to peer into the future of AM.
Personalized patient care is a reality in neurosurgery thanks to 3D printing. In this blog, we spoke to Dr. Julien Guevar, veterinary neurologist and neurosurgeon at the University of Bern, Switzerland, to discover why AM is changing the face of veterinary medicine.
We’re settling the discussion on whether CAD or mesh is better. The truth is, both are necessary for an optimal file preparation workflow. See how we plan to integrate both into our software solution: Materialise Magics.
Additive manufacturing (AM) can majorly reduce costs within production lines, but are you considering the right opportunities to achieve this? Even the smallest adjustment with AM can make a significant difference.