This week’s question is all about large-format 3D printing.
I had a chat with Materialise about their new CO-AM software platform.
This week’s selection is the TG89 Cube by Bart Smits.
As the manufacturing world continues to evolve, additive manufacturing offers solutions to achieve sustainable manufacturing.
Materialise develops an algorithm to 3D print custom speaker grills that visually represent any song.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Smart data is a powerful tool that can enhance 3D printing and turbocharge manufacturing operations.
Materialise announced a partnership with Sigma Labs that could dramatically increase the reliability of production 3D printing.
This week’s selection is a life size 3D printed airplane model by Materialise Manufacturing.
I spoke with Sindoh and learned they’re undergoing a major transformation.
Materialise announced a powerful new capability in an upcoming version of their Magics suite.
One of the more interesting but less well-known 3D printer manufactures is Sindoh.
Materialise announced the broad availability of their 100% reusable powder 3D printing service, Bluesint PA12.
Materialise consolidated its metal 3D printing operations in Germany.
Materialise detailed their long-term software strategy in a press conference today.
Additive manufacturing is becoming a key part of supply chain strategy.
Materialise has introduced Bluesint PA12, enabling 3D printing with 100% recycled powder.
It’s a tough year for business, but Materialise has been focusing its efforts on the medical segment — and seeing that investment pay off as Q3 2020 results highlight.
This week’s selection is the Skafaldo Bowl & Side Table by Unfold.
Charles R. Goulding and Mellissa McIntyre consider potential 3D printing implications of Siemens Healthineers’ acquisition of Varian Medical Technologies.
The Vice President of Materialise’s software department discusses ongoing partnerships with other members of the 3D printing community to standardize machine language and bring the value of printer data to users.
Karen De Leener is a Cardiovascular Market Specialist at Materialise and is based in Belgium.
A hands-free door opener highlights efforts in 3D printing to spread design, not disease.
Another 3D printing event has been impacted by coronavirus countermeasures.
We had a chat with Materialise’s Stefaan Motte to find out what’s happening at the long-time 3D printing leader.
Essentium enters the high-temperature 3D printing business by introducing the HSE 180•S machine and high temp materials including nylon and PEEK.
XACT Metal’s low-cost, accessible 3D printer has become popular in a very specific market. We spoke to CEO Juan Mario Gomez to find out which one.
Should 3D printing companies be taking a stance regarding the production of weapons? Companies like Materialise and Carbon are well known for their no-weapons policies; others welcome defense contracts.
Belgium-based Brazil has strategically invested in Brazil-based Engimplan, bringing advanced 3D imaging and 3D printing solutions to another local market.
Materialise has received FDA clearance for its cardiovascular planning software.
Saying “Materialise focuses on collaboration” is a bit like saying “rain is wet” these days, but the prolific company continues its deluge of co-creation announcements.
Materialise’s latest partnership invests in the future of patient-specific healthcare for respiratory patients.
Materialise announced their 2018 financial results and it’s looking very positive.
Materialise published a series of trends and we have some thoughts.
Materialise’s announcement today of FDA-cleared medical model 3D printing encompasses vat polymerization and material extrusion technologies in addition to PolyJet.
3D printing medical models offers benefits to patients and those providing their care with highly accurate patient-specific anatomies able to be held, examined, and practiced on.
Materialise takes another step forward on its journey toward industrializing additive manufacturing.
Materialise introduced a new simulation software for metal 3D printing,
In part two of my interview with Vice President and General Manager of Software at Materialise Stefaan Motte, we explore recent and upcoming releases geared toward the next stage of 3D printing.
I caught up this week with Stefaan Motte, Vice President and General Manager of Software at Materialise, to discuss three decades of 3D printing in three stages.
Powder Bed Fusion machines located at Materialise’s 3D printing facilities. (Image courtesy of Materialise.)
BASF announced yet another 3D printing deal, but this one is very significant.
An announcement from Materialise and HP got me thinking.
Airbus has been on a path to incorporate 3D printing into its aircraft as much as possible, leading to 3D-printed engine parts, cabin dividers and more.
3D printing technology is a wonder of the 21st century, but it’s still quite hard to create applications.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted 3D printing service bureau and software developer Materialise clearance
Belgium-based Materialise seems to be making some interesting moves lately.
I’m reading an announcement from Materialise about a new metal capability, but realized there’s another part to the story.
3D print service and software provider Materialise released their 2016 financial results this week.
Materialise is perhaps best known for their 3D printing services to industry, but they also create very powerful software, too. Now they’ve bundled it all together.
Belgium-based Materialise announced new software that should enable medical professionals to make significantly greater use of 3D printing technologies.
This week’s selection is the incredible 3D printed reproduction of Ötzi, by Materialise, DNALC and artist Gary Staab.
We just noticed an unusual patent application from 3D print service Materialise: a three-fingered “gripper”. What does this mean?
You may have heard of Materialise, a Belgian company providing 3D print services. But did you know they operate a number of specialized subsidiaries?
Earlier this year 3D print service Materialise obtained certifications for producing airworthy parts.
Shoe giant Adidas has partnered with Materialise on a new concept for 3D printed shoes: Futurecraft 3D.
Materialize has put their monstrously huge stereolithography printer to work producing a 3D printed jaguar for a yacht.
There are few publicly traded 3D printing companies, but now there’s another: Materialise.
RSscan and Materialise have teamed up to create RSPrint, a new joint venture that is capable of scanning human feet and 3D printing custom insoles that precisely fit the scanned human.
Materialise, the industrial 3D print service, has announced a rather interesting material: TPU 92A-1. Despite the awkward and mysterious nomenclature, TPU 92A-1 offers a legendary feature: flexibility. The video above shows the amazing flex provided by TPU 92A-1. Not only is this material flexible, but it also is resistant to tearing, temperature and abrasion,… Continue reading Materialise Announces Flexible Material
\As part of Paris Fashion Week, 3D printing giants Stratasys and Materialise collaborated with noted 3D fashion artist Iris van Herpen on her “VOLTAGE” haute couture show. van Herpen has previously produced fascinating 3D printed fashions and this show continued with some startling and revealing designs. Two of the eleven pieces made by van… Continue reading 3D Printed Fashion In Paris Show
Once you get into 3D printing you quickly realize that every 3D model is not the same. Some are easily 3D printed, some can successfully 3D print only using certain processes and others are simply pathological and can’t be successfully 3D printed. How do you know which one? Materialise has taken a step to… Continue reading Materialise’s 3D Barometer