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3-matic STL 10.0
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3DPrintCloud - Your Reliable Toolbox in the Cloud to Make Stuff that Matters.

Materialise’s 3DPrintCloud offers easy-to-use tools that allow you (and your customers) to prepare models for 3D Printing in a few automated steps. It can be accessed from anywhere and will speed up the process from 3D model to printed part.

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3-matic STL 10.0 - Increased control and analysis of complex designs

We continually improve our software solutions, taking your suggestions into account. 3-maticSTL 10.0 offers extended texture and patterning possibilities, such as new positioning options, as well as advanced control over the thickness and porosity of lightweight structures

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Streamics The ultimate automation tool for your quoting and part preparation processes in Additive Manufacturing.

 

Streamics Robot takes your part processing  automation to the next level – it will perform the routine work in the background while you can focus on “value added” tasks. 

Discover the Most Complete Support Generation Toolbox for Metal Applications

For metal applications, support fulfills a larger purpose than just supporting the part during the build process. The main reason that supports are required for the metal additive manufacturing process is to minimize deformation. A better surface quality on down facing surfaces can be obtained by support structures that allow heat conductivity, they minimize the number of contact points but still allow transferring the heat away from the part. Magics SG+ contains the tools for good anchoring, heat transfer and support, yet taking into account the effects on finishing time.

Software for Additive Manufacturing

Materialise's 3D Printing Software Platform offers solutions applicable to a variety of industries, ranging from automotive, to medical industry, consumer goods and many more. Our solutions boost efficiency and reduce lead-times, resulting in increased productivity throughout the entire 3D Printing process.

The Factory for 3D Printing

Materialise's Factory for 3D Printing Virtual Tour

Discover Materialise's Factory for 3D Printing.

KAYIWA's clothes rack
No Old Dinosaur: KAYIWA’s 3D-Printed DINO Clothes Rack

Those familiar with Finnish designer Lincoln Kayiwa, founder of the KAYIWA design studio, may remember the DIPLODOCUS clothes rack. Now he presents to you the DINO clothes rack, with coat hangers that mimic a dinosaur’s bone structure.

Schunk’s 3D-Printed Grippers Grab All Attention

In industrial automation, speed, accuracy and precision are of the essence. Grippers used to pick and place items in the production line are a great example. The better you tailor them to the purpose they serve, the better they perform. But that's usually both time-consuming and expensive. Or isn’t it?