Congratulations to HP on their Newly Revealed 3D Printer - a First Reaction from Materialise's CEO

Vanessa Palsenbarg
October 29, 2014

All of us at Materialise would like to congratulate HP on their newly-revealed 3D printer! We look forward to collaborating with them to bring meaningful applications to users.

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What Can the Factory for 3D Printing Do for Your Company?

Elizabeth Boorman
October 29, 2014

Last Thursday and Friday, Materialise’s Factory for 3D Printing hosted a workshop on "Serial Production in 3D Printing" where representatives from 40 German companies could come and learn about designing, engineering and manufacturing in 3D Printing.

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The Launch of a 3D-Printed Rocket

Sarah Verhaeghe
October 21, 2014

BOLDROCKET has an ambitious plan: to deliver aspiring business and technology solutions to the finance services industry that changes the traditional way that people think. Set out with a mission to foster a creative environment in the office, D+DS architecture designed the office and approached Materialise to print a 3.7-meter-long orange 3D Printed rocket for BOLDROCKET’s new office in London.

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Change the Focus with Panasonic

Pieter Vos
October 02, 2014

Like any other art form, photography is a way to express yourself. Imagine not only doing so through the pictures you take, but also through the device you take them with. This idea triggered Panasonic to explore 3D printing as a way to personalize its products.

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Benin Summer School Week 4: All Good Things Must End

Jamie Milas, Pascale Notté
September 23, 2014

It was hard to believe that our time in Benin was already coming to an end. You could feel that the “heat was on” as every student worked on their computers every minute that was possible. They all clearly were dedicated to their projects and hoped they would be selected for one of the three available scholarships. 

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Wearable Tech Just Got Smarter: Anouk Wipprecht's Intel-Edison-powered, 3D-printed “Synapse Dress” Logs Your Mood

Elizabeth Boorman
September 16, 2014

Changing your appearance with your mood is a topic that's no longer reserved for New Age followers or sci-fi fans. By embedding Intel’s super versatile, small-in-size-but-large-in-processing-capacity microcontroller called “Intel Edison”, Anouk Wipprecht created "Synapse", a smart dress based on biosensors that takes user experience to the next level, as it acts on the wearer’s behalf!

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Benin Summer School Week 2: Female Role Models, Prosthetic Hands, Garde Malades

Jamie Milas, Pascale Notté
September 09, 2014

After an amazing first week of brainstorming with the students, we were happy to begin to really work on the projects with the selected 8 students. It was an incredibly busy week as we went around to cities all over Benin to conduct research, but very exciting to work on the details of the projects and to work with the students on developing their project management skills. The progress of each project and personal development of each student have advanced in just these first two weeks and we’re looking forward to seeing how the next two weeks will go. But let’s first give you an update about the Benin Summer School’s second week…

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Benin Summer School Week 1, Part 2: Get to Know Some Projects

Elizabeth Boorman
September 04, 2014

Now that you've read our previous blog post and learned about the Benin Summer School and how the 8 students in the summer school were selected, here’s a bit more information on some of the projects a few of the students are working on.

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7-Year-Old Joos Regains Functionality in His Arm

Stephanie Benoit
September 02, 2014

7-year-old Joos fell on the playground at school leaving him with a double arm fracture. After his arm healed and the cast was removed, his arm was completely crooked and his arm was not functioning the way it should: suddenly he could not do some of his favorite things such as summersaults or handstands.

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