Leuven (Belgium) – May 20, 2020. Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing, is launching Mindware as an advisory service to offer businesses strategic, tailored and technology-neutral insights on the use of 3D printing to address their business challenges. Mindware will be introduced by Bart Van Der Schueren, Chief Technology Officer at Materialise, via a live webinar on May 20 at 14:00 CEST.
Leuven (Belgium), September 9, 2019 – Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing solutions, has extended its 3D printing materials offering with the new Ultrasint TPU 01. TPU is a fully-functional, flexible material, making it ideal for resistant and elastic parts. Today, Materialise is the first to make the new material available through its online platforms Materialise OnSite and i.materalise, and through its offline prototyping and manufacturing services.
Paris, France – October 3, 2018. A partnership between Materialise, designer Sébastien Brusset and L’Amy has seen a new eyewear range for automotive brand McLaren named ‘Frame Technological Innovation’ of the year at the 2018 Silmo d’Or Awards in Paris. The win is further evidence of 3D printing’s growing importance to the eyewear industry, and of Materialise’s commitment to advancing adoption of the technology.
Leuven, Belgium – July 26, 2018. Materialise NV (Nasdaq: MTLS) is realizing its largest Stereolithography project yet – a life-size, 3D-printed reconstruction of the first mammoth skeleton that was ever displayed in Western Europe. The 320 bones making up the skeleton were scanned and digitally reconstructed and will still be printed, finished and fitted with a customized frame to hold up the skeleton. From October onwards, the 3D-printed mammoth will be on display in the Belgian city of Lier, the place where the original mammoth was found.
Lier, Belgium - 12 juli, 2018. Voor de allereerste keer zal een volledig mammoet-skelet op ware grootte in 3D geprint worden. Het gaat om een reproductie van de Mammoet van Lier, het eerste bijna volledige mammoet-skelet van België, dat in 1860 bij graafwerken in de Pallieterstad is gevonden. Het skelet werd ondergebracht in het Museum voor Natuurwetenschappen in Brussel, waar het nog altijd te zien is.