With the introduction of the Build Processor (BP), Materialise in partnership with EOS has released a new dedicated software which links Materialise software, such as Magics and Streamics, with the EOS systems. The close collaboration leads to the replacement of RP tools by the Materialise Build Processor and now offers an improved user experience and allows EOS customers to get the most out of their machines.
Perhaps you don’t need a hearing aid now but, like millions before you, some day you might. When that day comes, you will be happy that on December 21st, 2000, Phonak officially started their collaboration with Materialise and its team of software developers to create a solution that would forever change how hearing aids are designed and produced: RSM (Rapid Shell Modeling).
How fast can 3D Printing (and stereolithography in particular) go? The answer, according to the 2012 Formula Group T team, is - more than 140 km/h!
Competing in the prestigious Formula Student 2012 challenge, a 16-man strong team of next-generation engineers from Group T have unveiled the world’s first race car created in great part through 3D Printing: the Areion.
Materialise’s Medical Production team is responsible for manufacturing unique parts for use in the treatment of a couple thousand patients each and every month, and demand is on the rise. In addition to delivering the high-quality expected of all of Materialise’s production teams, medical production must also ensure that they meet the strict standards demanded worldwide of any product destined for use inside an operating room. An important key for ensuring the highest quality for these patient-specific parts is traceability, and this is achieved thanks to another in-house solution offered at Materialise, Streamics.