Software

Smart Design, Smart Mobility: KLIO Contributes to South Korea’s Smart Mobility

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.

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Software

The Spider Bracket: A Topology Optimization Project by Altair, Materialise and Renishaw

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.

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Software

A 63% Lighter Titanium Aerospace Part

Solutions: 3-matic, Lightweight Structures, Metal 3D Printing

With Materialise software that is perfectly compatible with simulation and analysis software, you can create strong and light industrial metal parts. This aerospace part was 3D printed in Titanium at our metal competence center in Bremen, with a 63% weight reduction compared to the traditionally manufactured part.

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Manufacturing

Titanium Inserts for Spacecraft: 66% Lighter with Metal 3D Printing

Solutions: 3-matic, Metal 3D Printing

Each kilogram put into orbit costs around $20,000. Every gram saved helps make space a more attainable frontier. So Materialise worked together with the engineering division of Atos, a global leader in digital services, to reinvent a titanium insert that is widely used in satellites.

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Software

Materialise Slicing Technology Enables Toyota’s Lightweight Car Seat

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.

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