It’s safe to say that Materialise has a lot of football (a.k.a. soccer) fans, especially fans of the Red Devils, Belgium’s national football team. That is why so many of us here at HQ were excited when the world-renowned Lieven Maesschalck, the physical therapist of the Red Devils during the World Cup, came to our office on Tuesday, October 28th to learn more about RS Print.
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.
Since January, Materialise employees have been competing, pouring out their sweat and blood to win the coveted “Ping Pong Champion” title. Last Friday, the final four players met to play the final match, concluding the several-month-long tournament.
What can you do with the Mimics Innovation Suite? What are some of the ways that engineers, clinicians, surgeons, researchers, and others use this software around the world? On October 20th and 21st we asked these questions to our guests at the 2014 Mimics Innovation Conference.
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.
On this Material Monday we want to focus on Multicolor, a wonderful 3D printing material that offers users the possibility to print in full color. Models made out of multicolor are constructed from a fine granular powder giving the surface a sandy, granular look.
Each year ambitious young professionals apply to the competitive Prince Albert Fund for a chance of a lifetime: to get a year-long stipend that allows them to acquire experience in conducting international projects. The 17 young professionals that are chosen then approach a Belgian company where they would like to do a project of their choosing. We were very proud to hear that three of the seventeen young professionals this year alone chose Materialise.