Carima to Bundle Materialise Magics Print with Their AM Printers
November 18, 2016
Materialise NV (NASDAQ: MTLS) is proud to announce at formnext that the Korean 3D printer manufacturer Carima will bundle the recently launched Materialise Magics Print software to their line of Digital Light Processing printers. Materialise Magics Print is a flexible new product that allows 3D printer manufacturers to offer data preparation solutions to their customers, making it possible to repair files and prepare them for printing in a much more simple and efficient way.
Test results from Materialise’s DLP Technology Centre of Excellence in Malaysia indicated that users of Materialise Magics Print will be able to prepare their models on average twice as fast and the usage of the patented auto-scaffold support structures will reduce the support removal time by up to 82% compared to conventional support generation software. The collaboration between Materialise and Carima is another step forward towards better control of the 3D printing process for DLP machine users.
Carima’s customers are situated in the jewelry, dental and prototyping market, and as such, they are looking for stable and powerful data preparation software that allows them to make their designs 3D printable. As of January, Carima will make Materialise Magics Print available to all users of their Master EV machine, as well as the next generation of these machines: DM200 and DM250.
“We are happy to actively work with machine manufacturers like Carima to enable the user of their machines to get the most out of 3D printing technology. By bundling part of our open and neutral software backbone with their machines, we combine each other’s strength and expertise,” explains Stefaan Motte, Vice President of Software at Materialise.
“At Carima, we are proud to offer high-quality printers as well as great service, and fulfilling the needs of our customers is our number one priority. By partnering with Materialise, we aim to further improve the service we offer our customers by giving them access to Materialise’s industry-leading software, with a data preparation solution that will improve the user-experience both before and after a part is 3D printed,” states Byungkeuk Lee, CEO of Carima.
Visit booth F28 in Hall 3.1 at formnext to discover more about Materialise’s software offer for machine manufacturers.
For more information on Materialise Magics Print, please visit: http://www.materialise.com/en/software/magics-print
Materialise incorporates more than 25 years of 3D printing experience into a range of software solutions and 3D printing services, which together form the backbone of 3D printing technologies. Materialise’s open and flexible solutions enable players in a wide variety of industries, including healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art and design, and consumer goods, to build innovative 3D printing applications that aim to make the world a better and healthier place. Headquartered in Belgium, with branches worldwide, Materialise combines the largest group of software developers in the industry with one of the largest 3D printing facilities in the world. For additional information, please visit: www.materialise.com.
About Materialise’s Software Division
Materialise Software provides companies with a platform of software tools that manage and control the 3D printing process more efficiently, allowing them to meet the highest standards of the most demanding industries. Materialise Software’s suite of solutions, Materialise Magics, includes industry-leading data preparation and design optimization tools, programs to integrate 3D printing into production environments, and software and control systems used by machine manufacturers to better bridge the gap between applications and 3D printers. These solutions are open by nature, empowering co-creation and collaboration between different players in the 3D printing and manufacturing eco-system and providing the industry a solid foundation on which to expand and grow. For additional information, please visit: software.materialise.com.
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