New release of Magics offers significant productivity improvements
Frankfurt, Germany - November 18, 2019. Materialise announces 3D printing solutions and initiatives that will increase productivity and advance serial additive manufacturing. A new release of Materialise Magics introduces several features to shorten the build preparation process, allowing users to scale their 3D printing operations. Materialise also presents a vision of its next-generation Build Processors, which will enable a more streamlined workflow for companies moving to serial production.
Birmingham, UK – September 25, 2018. At the TCT Show in Birmingham (UK) Materialise has launched its simulation software for metal 3D printing. In combination with the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite, this software will bring simulation for additive manufacturing (AM) to the production floor by providing easy-to-manage simulation capabilities at lower price points.
Materialise has partnered with HCL Technologies to develop a platform that provides increased integration for hybrid manufacturing. With this collaboration, CAMWorksR software from HCL will be Powered by Materialise AM technology to facilitate the production of metal parts, combining the benefits of AM freedom of design with the speed and accuracy of CNC machining.
Materialise and PTC have partnered to increase the 3D printing capabilities of PTC’s Creo suite of CAD software. This collaboration will expand access to 3D printing and allow manufacturers to more easily integrate 3D printing capabilities into their manufacturing process, signaling another milestone in the increasing adoption of 3D printing in the manufacturing industry.
FRANKFURT, GERMANY– Nov. 16, 2017. Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing, and SYNNEX, the exclusive distributor for HP Jet Fusion 3D in the U.S. and Canada, have signed an agreement that will deliver a complete 3D printing package for large scale 3D printing operations.