Always there, connecting you to the possibilities of 3D Printing.

For 3D Printing to be successful, the quality of the machines and the materials matters. So does the quality of the software. Many companies specialized in software are showing interest in 3D printing software. But why work on the same software products if we can collaborate and complement each other? There’s no need to reinvent the wheel. Speed up your entrance into the 3D printing scene by connecting your software platform to our industry-approved suite. Or create a version that’s perfect for your target audience together with our experts. Let’s collaborate and combine our software expertise!

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Find out more about our collaborations with software providers.

Materialise to Offer Cloud-Based, 3D-Printing Solution for Microsoft 3D Printing Platform

mai 26, 2016

Materialise to be the preferred 3D print supplier of Microsoft’s 3D printing applications, such as 3D Builder.

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Siemens and Materialise technology integration streamlines product design through 3D printing

avril 11, 2017

Siemens and Materialise have integrated additive manufacturing (AM) technology from Materialise into Siemens’ NX™ software, streamlining the design to manufacturing process for the rapidly growing universe of products being produced using AM (a.k.a. 3D printing).

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Materialise 3DPrintCloud Now Available in the Onshape App Store

décembre 14, 2015

Collaboration helps close the gap between Onshape 3D design platform and 3D print, enhancing the Onshape experience and allowing designers, engineers and other Onshape users to create printable 3D models with ease

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Solid Partnerships

Just like Siemens PLM, connect to our software backbone – we take care of connecting to each separate machine manufacturer for you.

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“Until now, the additive manufacturing process required manufacturers to work with two separate systems – one for product design, and another to prepare that design for 3D printing. The data translation issues and lack of associativity between these two systems created a process that was time consuming and subject to errors. By eliminating these issues, we are helping to expand the adoption of additive manufacturing as a universally accepted production tool.”

– Zvi Feuer, Senior Vice President of Manufacturing Engineering Software for Siemens PLM Software.


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