Category Archives: Materialise

The future of 3D printing by Bryan Crutchfield of Materialise North America

Today’s 3D printing industry is hardly recognizable when compared to that of 1990 when Materialise’s founder, bought his first printer and began writing software for additive manufacturing. In just under 30 years, we have seen the industry evolve into an integral part of the manufacturing process for industries like healthcare, manufacturing and aerospace where personalization, […]

Identify3D and 3YOURMIND partnership creates secure industrial 3D printing platform

Berlin’s 3YOURMIND will become the first company to integrate enhanced IP protection for industrial 3D printing from Identify3D. Based in New York, Identify3D is a developer of software for the digital supply chain. Stephan Thomas, Chief Strategy Officer, Identify3D said,  “We have been working closely with 3YOURMIND to develop data standards that maintain the maximum […]

3D Printing Industry first look at RAPID + TCT 2018 Arconic, Farsoon, Desktop Metal, Mazak and more

3D Printing Industry is reporting live from RAPID + TCT 2018, to bring you the insider story on all of the latest 3D printers and trends in additive manufacturing. In this article we have gathered together a first look of exhibits from the show floor, and presentations that set the pace for the day’s events. […]

Finnair installiert erstes 3D-gedrucktes Bauteil in A320-Kabine

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Über die Zusammenarbeit mit dem belgischen 3D-Druck-Spezialisten Materialise stellt der Flugzeugbauer Airbus Kabinenbauteile aus Kunststoff am 3D-Drucker her. Aktuell werden Zwischenpanele für die Kabinen der A320 Flotte von Finnair hergestellt und installiert. Materialise und Airbus starteten ihre Zusammenarbeit erstmals vor rund zwei Jahren. Zuvor hatte Materialise bereits die Zertifizierung und Zulassung bekanntgegeben, die das Unternehmen zur […]

Der Beitrag Finnair installiert erstes 3D-gedrucktes Bauteil in A320-Kabine erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

Finnair A320 aircraft upgraded by passenger-friendly 3D printing

Finland’s largest airline, Finnair, has added an important cabin feature to its A320 aircraft. In a routine upgrade, the airline has installed the cabin with 3D printed spacer panels. The passenger-facing parts have been made by Airbus in partnership with Belgium’s Materialise, and serve as example of how the airline can save money and reduce service […]

AMUG 2018 3D Printing Industry preview

Next week 3D Printing Industry will join the leaders, and most importantly the end users, of companies building and applying additive manufacturing technology. The location for the 2018 Additive Manufacturing User Group (AMUG) event is St. Louis, Missouri. Appropriately enough the local airport code is STL. From April 8th to 12th an anticipated 2000 ‘conference’ […]

3D Printing news Sliced, Rick Perry, Materialise, Stratasys, SolidWorks and FIT America

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced poses and answers the following questions: Ever wanted to Pokémon cosplay with your dog? What materials will be used to 3D print the aircraft of the future? What new 3D printing medical applications will come out of Mitsui Chemicals’ latest investment?  All this and more from […]

3D Printing news Sliced, Rick Perry, Materialise, Stratasys, SolidWorks and FIT America

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced poses and answers the following questions: Ever wanted to Pokémon cosplay with your dog? What materials will be used to 3D print the aircraft of the future? What new 3D printing medical applications will come out of Mitsui Chemicals’ latest investment?  All this and more from […]

Materialise erhält FDA-Zulassung für 3D-gedruckte anatomische Modelle zur Diagnosestellung

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Materialise hat als erstes Unternehmen die Zulassung für 3D-gedruckte anatomische Modelle zur Diagnosestellung von der U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) erhalten. Diese Art von 3D-Druckservice wird bereits in mehreren Spitälern eingesetzt. Im August 2017 hat die Behörde für Medikamentenzulassung in den USA verkündet, dass Software zur Erstellung von diagnostischen Modellen für den 3D-Druck einer […]

Der Beitrag Materialise erhält FDA-Zulassung für 3D-gedruckte anatomische Modelle zur Diagnosestellung erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

Materialise first company granted FDA approval for software intended for 3D printing anatomical models

Materialise is the first company to receive FDA clearance for software intended for 3D printing anatomical models for diagnostic use, including its Materialise Mimics Innovation Suite. The news follows an August 2017 announcement by the FDA stating that software for use in creating 3D printed patient-specific anatomical models would be regulated as class II medical […]