Materialise Introduces New Simulation Module for Metal 3D Printing at TCT

3D Printing 3D Software 3d printing simulation software materialise Materialise Magics simulation softwareThe TCT Show in Birmingham, England draws to a close today, but it’s been a packed few days with lots of new product announcements and presentations. One of those announcements came from. View the entire article via our website.

New simulation tools from Materialise and Simufact aim to improve metal Additive Manufacturing

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3D Software CERN Gabriel Mc Bain Materialise Materialise Magics Patrick Mehmert Simufact Simufact Additive Stefaan MotteWeather forecasting has brought immense benefits to society, both in terms of economic value and public safety. The output of such predictive algorithms can be used to inform decision making by diverse groups such as farmers, airlines and those responsible for public safety. In some ways, the substantial number of variables required to forecast the […].

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Materialise Introduces Automatic Support Generation and More with Magics 23

3D Printing 3D Software Featured Stories automatic support generation formnext formnext 2018 Magics materialise Materialise Magics Materialise Magics 23 simulationTomorrow begins formnext, one of the biggest 3D printing-related trade shows in the world. Taking place in Frankfurt, Germany, the show runs from November 13th to 16th, but the new products and other. View the entire article via our website.

Materialise Brings Simulation for Additive Manufacturing to the Production Floor

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Easy-to-manage solution increases access to simulation. At the TCT Show in Birmingham (UK) Materialise has launched its simulation software for metal 3D printing. Simulation for 3D printing, however, usually requires the intervention of highly skilled and experienced engineers.

Materialise launches Magics 23 for metal 3D printing optimization

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Award winning 3D software and 3D printing service provider Materialise has unveiled the latest version of its data and build preparation software, Magics 23, to increase productivity and efficiency in metal additive manufacturing.

Materialise Software Used to Optimize Conformal Cooling Tooling Design of 3D Printed Metal Mold for Toy Car

3D Printing 3D Software Metal 3D Printing 3d print molds 3d printed lattice structures 3d printed molds 3d printing molds altair collaboration conformal cooling channels fea IPC materialise Materialise 3-matic Materialise Build Processor mold making simulation Smoby topology optimization toy carsConformal cooling channels are often used in molds, 3D printed or otherwise, to achieve more efficient cooling and higher performance levels.

Materialise Introduces Simulation for Metal 3D Printing


A simulation of a metal 3D-printed part with support structures in the Magics Simulation module. Image courtesy of. Read the whole entry. » » software

Materialise Announces New 3D Printing Agreements with SYNNEX and Simufact at formnext

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What to see at Formnext 2018: TRUMPF, Ackuretta, AMFG, Renishaw, Materialise, Mitsubishi Chemicals

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Event Ackuretta AMFG e-stage for metal Felix Doerr Formnext FORMNEXT 2018 FreeShape 120 Lieve Boeykens Magics 23 Magics Simulation Module Marc Saunders Materialise Magics 3D Print suite Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation Mitsubishi Chemical in Europe Peter Leibinger Renishaw Trumpf TruPrint 50003D Printing Industry will be in Frankfurt from 13-16 November, delivering all the latest news and releases from Formnext 2018.

Materialise 3D printed hip implant gets patient back on her feet

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The device has been made in consultation with Materialise, harnessing the company’s aMace solution – the first software platform to use “scientifically validated simulation technologies” for custom-made […]. Medical & Dental 3D printed implants 3d printing in healthcare aMace Antzelina Kesidi CT scan Dr. Burkhard Wippermann healthcare HELIOS Clinic hip hip implants Materialise personalized care

Carbon extends software to add enhanced simulation and increase efficiency

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3D Software Carbon Joseph DeSimone Materialise Roy Goldman Terry WohlersCarbon, the 3D manufacturing company behind Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS), has announced a suite of new software tools to advance 3D printing. Users of Carbon’s resin-based 3D printer range will now be able to benefit from software that allows first-time printing, optimization of support material and minimizes the requirement for post-processing. The update is supported […].

Can a 3D Printed Model Improve the Outcome of Complex Tibial Plateau Fracture Surgery?

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Materialise Announces Innovations and Initiatives to Advance Additive Production

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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.

Advanced 3D printed fruit simulator could hold key to food security

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While many stories about 3D printing food raise a smile, a fruit simulator may have important applications. Research apples artificial apple Bart Nicolai cold chain fruit Giuseppino Fortunato Materialise Paul Cronje Pieter Verboven produce selective laser sintering sensors Shelley Kemp SLS Stefan Hartmann Thijs Defraeye Wentao Wu Kevin Prawiranto

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Materialise and HOYA Vision Care Partner Up to Make Going to the Eye Doctor More Fun

3D Software Business Virtual Reality eye care health HOYA HOYA Eyegenius HOYA Vision Care HOYA VIsion Simulator materialise partnership visionNo one likes going to the eye doctor – no one I know, anyway. I have terrible vision and got my first pair of glasses in third grade, though I refused to wear them for fear of being called a. View the entire article via our website.

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3D Printing News Briefs: October 20, 2018

simulation sinterit Sinterit Lisa special effectsWe’re starting with some information about a couple of upcoming shows in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, followed by some business and aerospace news. Sinterit is bringing its newly. View the entire article via our website.

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Additive manufacturing stakeholders unite under GKN Aersopace £32M technology center

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Going to the Lower Depths to Explore Materialise’s Anatomical Lab


This could not be further from what the anatomical lab here at Materialise looks like. Biomedical engineers like Hannelore go to this lab to test the patient-specific guides that Materialise makes. When I hear the word “anatomical lab” I can feel a chill run up and down my spine.

What Do We Need for Production Scale 3D Printing? Amateur Hour is Over.

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Stratasys Introduces Digital Anatomy 3D Printer Bringing Ultra-Realistic Simulation and Realism to Functional Anatomical Models

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We believe these models give us the best opportunity to recreate human physiological conditions to simulate actual clinical situations and to study new devices to establish their effectiveness before introducing them to patients.”.

Materialise-Saving a Newborn with the Support of 3D Printing

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Having already diagnosed the condition in the womb, the doctors at NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital had time to plan how they would save the baby’s life before it even began with the support of 3D printing and Materialise’s Mimics Innovation Suite of software.

Materialise Empowers SCHUNK eGrip, an Ordering Platform for 3D Printed Grippers

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Materialise NV (NASDAQ: MTLS ), a leading provider of additive manufacturing software and sophisticated 3D printing services, announced the recent collaboration with SCHUNK. Image courtesy of Materialise). Image courtesy of Materialise). About Materialise. Materialise.

“Playtime Is Over, Take Full Control of 3D Printing” – Meet Stefaan Motte at Formnext


Here are five reasons why you should pass by the Materialise booth ! Join the Industry Leader Program of Materialise Inspector. Discover Materialise Magics 21. Interested in working with Materialise?

A 3D Printed Dress That Uses Robotic Arms To Defend Itself: Anouk Wipprecht’s Spider Dress


Anouk used Materialise’s Magics software to create a watertight file so that the beautiful, complex design could be 3D printed flawlessly. Anouk has previously worked with Materialise when creating the Synapse Dress , Smoke Dress and Cirque du Soleil pieces.

A challenge that could stop the use of 3D printing in medical

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That is one of the main reasons Wilfried Vancraen, CEO at Materialise, is calling for the 3D printing / additive manufacturing to develop a systematic approach to gathering and organizing these data. We need 10 year studies, or at least software that simulates 10 year studies. “.

Sustainability, Scaling, and Uncertainty: 3D Printing Trends for 2020

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By Materialise. In 2020, we will celebrate Materialise ’s 30 th anniversary. 3D printing is now used for serial production, such as for the housing for Hoya’s vision simulator, which could help manufacturers during uncertain economic times. Photo courtesy of Materialise).

We Introduced Our Software Suite at RAPID!


From 16 to 19 May, Materialise was present at RAPID, one of the largest Additive Manufacturing events in North America. Materialise and HP Collaborate. Many significant companies use the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite to enhance their business.

Jack Meyer Tells us How He Teaches Students to Design and Print Award Winning 3D Printed Metal Jewelry


While working as a military contractor and building 3D flight simulators, someone showed me an old library book on Ert (the 19 th century French costume jeweller).

HP Delivers World’s First Production-Ready 3D Printing System

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HP is proud to have the input and support of leading manufacturers, co-development partners and strategic partners, including Nike, BMW, Autodesk, Jabil, Johnson & Johnson, Materialise, Proto Labs, Shapeways and Siemens. Partners include, Autodesk, Materialise and Siemens.

The Intersection of Style and Software: Meet Anouk Wipprecht’s 3D-Printed Spider Dress


Anouk used Materialise’s Magics software to create a watertight file so that the beautiful, complex design could be 3D printed flawlessly. Anouk has previously worked with Materialise when creating the Synapse Dress , Smoke Dress and Cirque du Soleil pieces.

How It All Started: Mobelife


Frederik and I didnt know quite what to expect when we pitched a new business idea to Materialise about implants that are perfectly adapted to a patients anatomy. Materialises CEO Fried Vancraen was interested in the idea and soon enough, Mobelife became part of the Materialise Group.

Surgery with Some Help from a 3D-Printed Replica


The team at Boston Children’s was able to do this thanks to Materialise’s Mimics Innovation Suite software. Here you can learn how Boston Children’s Hospital Simulator Program is leading the way with their extensive 3D printing program.

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3D Printed Fashion: 10 Amazing 3D Printed Dresses


This bad-ass 3D printed dress simulates the territorial instincts of a spider by using robotic arms that react according to data they pick up from motion and respiration sensors. This stunning dress is the result of Iris Van Herpen’s collaboration with Julia Koerner and Materialise.

Success for First Surgery in Malaysia Using a 3D-Printed Facial Implant at UKM Medical Centre


He found what he was looking for in OBL, Materialise’s daughter company that focuses on cranio-maxillofacial procedures. Left to right : Patient’s skull pre-surgery; Pre-operative simulation with OBL implant; Post-operative 3D reconstruction, showed exact fits of the implant.

A unique step into the future of footwear

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The digital configuration for the midsole is generated using machine learning and structural simulations. FashionLab is Dassault Systèmes’ technology incubator dedicated to the use of 3D design, simulation and collaboration applications in consumer goods and retail.

The Most Versatile 3D Printing Solution for Personalized Medicine Is Now Validated with an FDA Cleared Software

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Subsequently, the Materialise inPrint software received FDA clearance in March of 2018 to create anatomical models for patient care, specifically for orthopedic, maxillofacial and cardiovascular applications.

What Can You Do with 3D Printing in Hospitals?


A few weeks ago, I had the chance to attend a Materialise seminar about 3D Printing in hospitals near Munich. To start, we learned how Materialise has grown over the past 25 years , continuously pushing for a better and healthier world.

Mimics Innovation Award Winner Uses 3D Modeling to Increase Car Safety


The model is based on population simulations. Are you a passionate researcher, pushing the boundaries of your field with Materialise Mimics?

J826: Interview With A Senior Sales Engineer

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Gabe assists our customers in adopting the latest technology from Stratasys, eviXscan, ProtoMAX, and Materialise. Simulating Reality With The J750 Digital Anatomy Printer. From early stage prototypes to high fidelity models, the J826 allows users to create without compromise. Stratasys ’ tried and tested PolyJet technology simplifies the design process, streamlining workflows so you can spend more time on what matters — creating, refining, and designing the best product possible.

3D Printed Fashion: 10 Amazing 3D Printed Dresses


This bad-ass 3D printed dress simulates the territorial instincts of a spider by using robotic arms that react according to data they pick up from motion and respiration sensors. This stunning dress is the result of Iris Van Herpen’s collaboration with Julia Koerner and Materialise.

Fashion Meets 3D Printing – An Overview of Anouk Wipprecht’s Amazing Tech Dresses


The Spider Dress simulates the territorial instincts of a spider by using robotic arms that react according to data they pick up from motion and respiration sensors. To achieve this reaction, the dress is made of polyamide and rubber-like material produced by our parent company, Materialise.

Top Five 3D Prints that We’ve Seen This Spring


This feline was printed on Materialise’s giant Mammoth Stereolithography machine. The Spider Dress simulates a spider’s territorial instincts using robotic arms that react according to data it picks up from motion and respiration sensors.

It’s here: HP Inc. shows off its first 3D printer

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The speed is based on internal testing and simulation. It has sought input and support from manufacturers and collaboration partners including Nike, BMW, Johnson & Johnson, Jabil, Siemens, Materialise, Shapeways, Autodesk, and Protolabs. It has arrived–HP Inc.,’s