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Materialise Integrates Multiple Solutions into Comprehensive Magics Software Suite

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logo_0_03D printing serves a wide variety of industries, and if if you can name it, Materialise probably has a hand in it. The Belgian company is a fixture in the medical industry in particular, as well as aerospace and wearables, just to name a few. They’re especially known for their extensive line of software, which is continually updating and expanding as the company customizes versions for printer manufacturers and pinpoints specific applications. Now Materialise is releasing a comprehensive software suite that combines several of their products into one integrated solution.

The Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite can be customized to meet the specific needs of a business, and consists of software support for every step of the additive manufacturing process at every business level, for any industrial application. Because of its neutrality, customers can use it to work with and convert data from just about any source, and print with any currently available printer.Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite

The following software is included in the suite:

“We believe that the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite offers customers a complete software backbone and unmatched versatility for their 3D printing needs,” said Stefaan Motte, Materialise Vice President. “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. 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.”

build-processor_300x185pxOne reason that Materialise software has been so popular among numerous industries is that it supports so many file formats – one thing that Materialise has never had trouble with is flexibility, evidenced by their ever-increasing number of collaborations resulting in customized software. If you’re interested in the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite, the company will work with you to optimize the best combination of software for your business and/or application. You can fill out a simple questionnaire here, and Materialise will get in touch with you to help you design your own customized software combination.

The Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite will be officially unveiled next week at RAPID 2016, which will be taking place in Orlando from May 16-19. 3DPrint.com will be in attendance at the conference, so stay tuned for the latest news and exclusive interviews from some of the leading companies and organizations in the additive manufacturing industry. Is this a software bundle that appeals to you? Discuss in the Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite forum over at 3DPB.com.

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