As the 21st TCT Show kicks off in Birmingham, UK, 3DPrint.com is on the scene while over 200 companies exhibit their technological wares, and thousands visit from more than 60 countries. The famed tradeshow is known as the place where you can check out ‘tomorrow’s manufacturing technology today,’ and experts in the 3D industry such as Materialise certainly fit that bill—especially with their latest news regarding their Materialise Magics 3D Print Suite, a platform meant to offer users a streamlined process for the entire 3D workflow.
Just being announced at TCT, Materialise will be enhancing their software suite further with new product releases that improve data preparation, and solutions that offer support for digital light processing (DLP), bottom-up printing processes, and automated common 3D printing file preparation. The new products and features being announced at the show today are as follows:
Materialise Magics Print is a new product just being released for the software suite, born out of Materialise’s expertise and knowledge of hardware and 3D printing. Now, manufacturers working with Materialise will be able to offer data preparation software for customer’s 3D printers. Magics Print is able to connect to many different 3D printers and technologies, opening up opportunities to a variety of applications. This is one of the components of their OEM solutions package also.
Materialise Robot is an automated solution that will allow users to run their operations around the clock, and seamlessly so. Both speed and efficiency are increased, while time spent in manual intervention is reduced. The repair functionality has been improved with better customization capabilities. Production quality will be even better too as this product automatically works to reject files such as those with walls that might be either too thin or too thick.
Materialise e-Stage is meant to save the user substantial amounts of time with automated support generation for all resin-based technologies. This should prove to offer great benefit to many users as the new e-Stage product assists in generating optimal support structures. Already working for many as an established solution in SLA 3D printing, this update means that e-Stage is now available for anyone using a resin-based printer, to include DLP and bottom-up technology as well.
Headquartered in Belgium, Materialise offers a software division dedicated to providing tools for management and control to many users working in demanding industries. The idea is to offer better data preparation and optimization tools, along with programs that allow 3D printing to be seamlessly integrated into the production environment. By offering such productivity and efficiency, along with encouraging ‘co-creation and collaboration,’ Materialise continues to work toward the overall goal of establishing a solid foundation on which the 3D printing industry can grow.
If you will be attending TCT Show Birmingham this week, Materialise invites you to visit them at booth G16 to discuss their new product launches, as well as attending the presentation to be given by Global AMCP Sales Manager Dieter Ghysbrech in regards to control and inspection technology. For further information online, see Materialise. Discuss these new product releases in the Materialise Magics 3D Software forum over at 3DPB.com.
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