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announce new software automation tools and showcase its latest developments in manufacturing and digital supply chains at the Frankfurt event on 14-17th November.
Highlights include the release and live demos of Materialise’s flagship Magics 22 software, Inspector and Materialise Control Platform 2.1, a new metal 3D printing software solution, and presentations from key customers, Siemens, HP, SAP and EOS.
Building on the trend for metal 3D printing, Materialise is set to showcase its commitment to the entire value chain of metal production with the launch of a new, unique metal software which it describes as “the next innovation in metal 3D printing”. This was recently reinforced with Materialise’s acquisition of ACTech, German specialists in the production of highly complex cast metal parts.
Materialise says it will also focus on the increasing need to meet rising industry standards through the product development cycle by showcasing the state-of-the-art in Certified Additive Manufacturing. The company has stated that its know-how in “design automation, parametrisation, process automation software and Certified Additive Manufacturing is the key to Materialise’s success in designing and implementing end-to-end digital supply chains in the past year”.
Visitors will be able to see two examples of this digital supply chain in action includingTailored Fits‘ individualised ski boot insoles and Yuniku‘s customised eyewear platform. Materialise’s TCT Industrial Application Award 2017 winning collaboration with Philips Lighting on 3D printed production tools will also be on display.
Visitors are can learn more on booth C48, Hall 3.0 Frankfurt Messe.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]