Materialise introduces Magics 3D Print suite

May 19, 2016

Materialise introduces Magics 3D Print suite

Materialise NV, Leuven, Belgium, has announced the launch of its new Magics 3D Print Suite. The software suite is said to combine the functionality of multiple applications into one complete set of business solutions, giving users the possibility to utilise data generated from numerous sources, convert it into innovative applications and print it with any printer available in the market.

“We believe that the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite offers customers a complete software backbone and unmatched versatility for their 3D Printing needs. We purposely built the suite to adapt to new industries embracing 3D Printing and are still adapting to meet our existing customers’ evolving production requirements,” stated Stefaan Motte, Vice President of Materialise.

“Indeed, we are committed to driving the trends of today and the future in 3D Printing, which is why we continue to collaborate with different players in and outside the 3D printing ecosystem to raise the bar of Additive Manufacturing,” added Motte.

Materialise software has become an industry standard for Additive Manufacturing in service bureau environments and has also entered the industrial manufacturing scene through partnerships and collaborations with every major manufacturer of Additive Manufacturing machines.

Leading machine manufacturers  that are powered by the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite include Arburg, Concept Laser, EOS, Renishaw, Trumpf and others, which enables them to bridge the gap between 3D applications and 3D printing machines.

www.materialise.com

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