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3D Printing gives you free rein for all your customization projects. Here’s how our software programs 3-maticSTL and Magics helped give this telescope a sharkskin texture.
3D Printing brings you the age of customization. Want a colorful, multi-textured telescope? Here’s how Materialise software can help you get it.
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Why use a clothes horse when you can have a clothes dinosaur? Check out this 3D-printed DINO clothes rack from KAYIWA and find out all you need to know about how you can use complex labeling for an advanced aesthetic AND practical function in your 3D-printed model.
Those familiar with Finnish designer Lincoln Kayiwa, founder of the KAYIWA design studio, may remember the DIPLODOCUS clothes rack. Now he presents to you the DINO clothes rack, with coat hangers that mimic a dinosaur's bone structure. Materialise supported KAYIWA in the creation of a 3D ...
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UPS takes us on a journey through the doors of Materialise into the dream-like world of 3D Printing in their latest commercial! http://bit.ly/1PSViwD
A look at Materialise through the lens of UPS in their latest commercial.
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Meet Ari: one of the approximately 40,000 newborns affected every year by a congenital heart defect. Ari’s mother, Anne Garcia, has made it her mission to help other parents in the same situation. This is the story of OpHeart, a non-profit initiative to improve pediatric cardiac surgery by providing surgeons with 3D-printed models of their young patients’ hearts. Because as Anne says, “Practice hearts make perfect surgery.”
Here is how OpHeart, a non-profit organization, is set to change pediatric cardiology: through 3D Printing.
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A 3D Pythagoras bonsai, a braille book, or an eye model for biology class… What printable ideas can you come up with? You can now share your brilliant ideas with the Ideas Worth Making app!
If you have a great 3D Printing idea but can’t design it, the Ideas Worth Making app for Android helps you find someone who’s up for a new design challenge.
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Maxime Turpin, a resident of the small island of Réunion undergoes a life-changing operation done with the help of OBL, a Materialise company. Check out an interview with Maxime and surgeon Dr. Vives.
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Drzach & Suchy are a designer duo with a difference, and their offbeat work titled “Got M?” will show you an all-new way of looking at shadow art. It’s 3D-printed by i.materialise, and features at least one Muppet at a time: but you’ll have to let the shadows decide which one you see.
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3D Printing has a special ability to make cross-disciplinary collaborations better. A case in point: this 3D-printed corset by Austrian fashion designer Marina Hoermanseder and architect Julia Koerner, displayed at the Berlin Fashion Week.
Austrian designer Marina Hoermanseder collaborated with architect Julia Koerner to create a unique 3D-printed corset. Vintage meets modern!
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3D-printed fashion has been making a lot of buzz recently. What goes into the making of these collections? Check out the fascinating and very involved process of 3D modeling a fashion collection, through the making of Melinda Looi’s latest ‘Gems of the Ocean’, modeled by Samuel Canning from Griffith University. Here’s one kind of fashion modeling that calls for serious geek skills.
Here’s what goes into 3D modeling a fashion collection for 3D Printing: high-performance computing and a lot of teamwork.
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Ever wondered how you start a tech company while the tech still sounds like sci-fi to most people? That’s just what Materialise did, as a 3D Printing business back in 1990. Now that we’ve just turned 25, check out the Materialise timeline and see the defining moments in Materialise’s history
This summer, Materialise celebrated its 25th anniversary. To celebrate, this new timeline outlines the big and small achievements which brought us here.
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A few months back, Paula Radcliffe ran the London Marathon. Have a look at how our software and 3D printed insoles helped her get to her last finish line.
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at the Worcester City 10k race with the support of RS Print's 3D-printed dynamic insoles. Paula's custom insoles were designed with the digital CAD capabilities of 3-matic specifically for her anatomy, dynamic gait analysis and needs as a runner. Her RS Print insoles were there every step of the ...
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Only one-third of leukemia patients in Germany find a suitable stem cell donor within their family. For the rest, the best hope is registered stem cell donors. Materialise Germany employees stepped up to do their bit, with the help of charity register DKMS.
In Germany, a patient is diagnosed with leukemia every 16 minutes. Here’s how Materialise Germany organized an office-wide stem cell donor drive to help.
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Materialise is a leader in Additive Manufacturing (also known as 3D Printing) and our aim is a better and healthier world.
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Materialise’s mission is to make a significant and lasting contribution to a better and healthier world through innovative product development, using its software and hardware infrastructure, and its in-depth knowledge of additive manufacturing.

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With its headquarters in Leuven, Belgium, and branches worldwide, Materialise has been playing an active role in the field of additive manufacturing since 1990. In addition to having the largest capacity of additive manufacturing equipment in Europe, Materialise also enjoys a stellar reputation as a provider of innovative software solutions. They have used their experience and expertise to create a better and healthier world through their involvement in additive manufacturing for industrial and medical applications, and by providing bio-medical and clinical solutions such as medical image processing and surgical simulations. The advantages of additive manufacturing have been used by Materialise to develop unique solutions that make a world of difference for its many customers with their prototyping, production, and medical needs. These customers range from large companies in the automotive, consumer electronics, and consumables sectors; to famous hospitals, research institutes, and clinicians; to individual consumers interested in bringing their own unique creations to life through i.materialise or who want to purchase a celebrated .MGX design.
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+32 16 39 66 11
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+32 16 39 66 00
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Technologielaan 15 3001 Heverlee Belgium