Your feet are unique: your running shoes should be too. Materialise’s 3D Printing software and solutions are helping sporting goods giant adidas unveil the future of performance footwear with Futurecraft 3D: a unique 3D-printed running shoe midsole, tailored to an individual’s foot.
Streamics and Magics, two of our leading software packages, support Avio Aero in manufacturing lightweight titanium blades for jet engine turbines: from preparing builds for the different Additive Manufacturing machines, to offering the necessary automation, control and traceability required to produce regulated aviation parts.
Luxexcel is a Netherlands-based service provider of customized 3D-printed optics and products that require the highest standards of transparency. To streamline their 3D Printing production, Luxexcel worked with Materialise to establish a fully automated online ordering process.
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.
Hoet Design Studio’s eyewear, says the studio, is born out of the desire to create a timeless design that is both classic and modern. What better way to do that than to take the ageless art of eyewear design and manufacturing into the dynamic, forward-looking world of 3D Printing?
Those familiar with Finnish designer Lincoln Kayiwa, founder of the KAYIWA design studio, may remember the DIPLODOCUS clothes rack. Now he presents to you the DINO clothes rack, with coat hangers that mimic a dinosaur’s bone structure, designed with some help from Magics.
World-record-holder Paula Radcliffe ran her first race in two years, in preparation for the London Marathon, thanks to RS Print’s 3D-printed dynamic custom insoles designed specifically for her anatomy and dynamic gait analysis.
Despite the retina’s importance, the complex relationship between its anatomy and physiology is not yet fully understood. The Mimics® Innovation Suite helped Kim et al. use immuno-electron microscopy to characterize a new visual processing pathway.
When launching a new implant system, how do you know that it will fit the vast majority of your target patient population and how can you prove this to your customers? Hearing implant company Cochlear BAS turned to Anatomical Data Mining for their design validation.
Telescope aficionados looking to stand out with their newest acquisition can now go for a 3D-printed telescope with different textures and colors, thanks to Materialise software program Materialise 3-matic and Stratasys’ Objet printers.