Materialise Magics21 Introduced to Test Group in Beta Validation Program, Will Be Released to Public in November
In May, Materialise unveiled their new Materialise Magics 3D Printing Suite, a comprehensive suite combining several of their 3D printing-related applications into one integrated solution. The customizable, support-heavy software suite can be tailored to the needs of individual companies, allowing them to 3D print high-quality parts efficiently and effectively.
While the 3D Printing Suite consists of 10 different software program offerings, the core component is Materialise Magics, the latest version of which has just been released in beta. Materialise Magics21 is still very much under wraps in terms of the information that has been made available to the public, but about 100 companies from across the globe have signed up to be part of the beta validation program. These participants will evaluate and offer feedback on the new and improved features of the software, which will be released to the public in November.
“It’s very exciting to work with this dedicated group of users who participate in the beta validation program. We deeply appreciate their commitment to share their valuable feedback with us and help ensure the quality of our software suite,” said Anca Fulger, Project Manager of the Magics Beta Validation Program. “Their input helps us to push our product forward, meeting the demands of a very large group of user profiles.”
Companies participating in the beta validation program come from a wide range of industries, including the automotive and aerospace fields, and use a variety of 3D printing technologies and machines – from plastic to metal sintering, laser to image and toolpath printers. They also come from all over the world, representing the global reach of Materialise Magics, which will soon be available in eight languages.
“Both the product and the development team have made their very best efforts in the past months to ensure the release of a high-quality product. The new version will allow the user to take full control over the data preparation process,” said Gert Claes, Product Manager of Materialise Magics. “We find it essential to develop our software for and with our users, and are looking forward to receiving their feedback so we can bring a flawless, premium version to the market.”
Materialise Magics is a leading 3D data preparation program, popular across industries for its reliability, user-friendliness, and customization options. Its capabilities allow users to easily convert, edit and repair files, as well as find optimal positioning for parts on the build platform. The last update was released in November 2015 and included a number of significant upgrades, including a new user interface, additional file format support, and several improved data preparation tools.
Materialise Magics21 will be officially introduced to the public at the formnext exhibition, which will be taking place in Frankfurt, Germany from November 15th to 18th. All details about upgrades, new features, and other developments will be discussed at that time. Discuss further over in the Materialise Magics 3D Software forum at 3DPB.com.
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