Showing results tagged with "Build Processor"
Solutions: 3-matic, Build Processor, Metal 3D Printing
Smoby, the number one toy manufacturer in France, makes merchandise featuring the Lightning McQueen car. Some of their toys are produced by IPC, a research center with significant expertise in 3D printing technology. To produce miniature versions of Lightning McQueen, IPC decided to print a metal mold that would perform better than ever before thanks to cooling channels that follow the exact shape of the car.
Solutions: 3-matic, Build Processor, Laser Sintering, Lightweight Structures, Magics
Driving pleasure, ergonomics and safety have always been important for the automotive industry. A rising new trend is smart mobility. This means applying innovation and modern technology to stimulate sustainable mobility. One of the goals of smart mobility is to cope with the negative effects of mobility such as traffic jams, pollution and traffic casualties.
Solutions: 3-matic, Build Processor, e-stage, Magics, Stereolithography
Shoe manufacturers often use a master to cast the soles of the shoe. Instead of creating a mold for each type of sole, the bigger shoe manufacturers nowadays 3D print the soles. Manually assigning a texture to each surface area takes a lot of time. In addition, you end up with huge STL file sizes that your computer can no longer handle.
Solutions: 3-matic, Build Processor, Magics, Metal 3D Printing, Renishaw
Materialise worked together with Altair and Renishaw to create an R&D spider bracket. The amazing thing about this bracket is that it contains hybrid lattice structures and is successfully 3D printed in Titanium. This design could not have been created with conventional manufacturing methods.
Solutions: Build Processor, Magics 3D Print Suite, Materialise Control Platform, Metal 3D Printing
German company Frydryszik Manufacturing + Technical Services (FMTS) provides services to various industries – from constructing a textile factory to training personnel and installing hot-oil systems.
Solutions: Build Processor, Laser Sintering, Streamics
PEUGEOT was in quest of the perfect concept car: a fully-electric urban coupé wrapped up in sleek aesthetics — but above all, it had to sound perfect. To create an anechoic chamber in the car’s interior, and maximize the effect of the sound system, PEUGEOT turned to laser sintering.
Solutions: 3-matic, Build Processor, Lightweight Structures, Magics, Mammoth Stereolithography, Stereolithography
The Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT was looking for a real showstopper to present itself at the LASER World of Photonics 2015: a set of 2-meter-tall 3D-printed letters, spelling out the word LIGHT. Behind the light print, though, lies a very heavy file and some clever design work.
Solutions: 3-matic, Build Processor, Laser Sintering
Toyota wanted to produce a lightweight car seat prototype with minimal volume and an optimal heat capacity. Not only was it challenging to design, but working with such a large file size was tough too. Fortunately, Toyota had Materialise’s engineering team and software expertise to work with.
Solutions: Build Processor, Laser Sintering, Magics
Shanghai-based XUBERANCE® founder Steven Ma has designed the world’s longest 3D-printed wedding veil, made possible by Materialise’s Build Processor software and 3D Printing services.
Solutions: Additive Manufacturing, Build Processor, Magics, Mammoth Stereolithography
What’s the best way to enter a harbor in style? The bow of the luxury yacht KISMET is now adorned with a massive majestic jaguar, good for scaring off any maritime threats. Materialise was delighted to help make this yacht owner’s dream come true.