LEUVEN, Belgium--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 9, 2017-- Materialise NV (NASDAQ:MTLS), a leading provider of additive manufacturing software and of sophisticated 3D printing services, today announced its financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2017.
Leuven, Belgium – November 9, 2017. The automation and efficiency that software can bring will have a great impact on the development of Industry 4.0. The new updates in the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite, including Magics 22 and Inspector 3, will be showcased at formnext and support the growth of the AM industry by contributing to a stronger ecosystem of products and a stronger connection to traditional platform systems. The full software suite will be on display during formnext at booth C48 in hall 3.
The vision of Industry 4.0 depends on the creation of fully digital supply chains and automated manufacturing. For the 3D Printing industry to take a front-and-center role in Industry 4.0, the industry needs to build cohesive relations within its ecosystem to realize an uninterrupted value chain. Materialise, as a leading global provider of 3D printing software and services, is committed to realize this vision of full-value chain solutions in Additive Manufacturing through its software platforms, strategic partnerships and Certified Additive Manufacturing expertise.
PLYMOUTH, MICH., Oct. 26, 2017 – Mitral regurgitation affects more than 4 million Americans – nearly one in 10 people aged 75 or older. Currently the primary option for the disease is open-heart surgery, which holds extremely high risks for patients in this age group and can prevent treatment in many cases. Non-invasive methods are entering the market to address this need and physicians are recognizing the importance of pre-surgical planning for this complex disease. Entering their pre-market phase of development, Materialise is working with select U.S. and EU hospital partners to validate the importance of accurate 3D modeling to help physicians plan complex transcatheter mitral valve replacement & repair (TMVR/r) procedures.
At the Materialise headquarters in Leuven, Belgium, the new building will not only increase production space, but will provide an additional 5,500 m² of office space for the company’s expanding workforce, allowing Materialise to continue investing in its people, and continue to empower meaningful 3D printing applications. New co-creation and partner rooms will also enable Materialise to continue building strong partnerships with customers across industries. The building will be inaugurated by Louis Tobback, the mayor of Leuven, in an evening event which will include tours around the new building.