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Materialise Build Processor Enables Users to Get the Most Out of SLM Solutions Metal 3D Printers
In the eco-system of 3D Printing, software plays a critical role. That is why Materialise partners with 3D printer manufacturers to create build processors that link software with the machine. Similar to the way printer drivers on computers give feedback on 2D print jobs, Materialise's build processors give the operator of 3D printers more control over their 3D print jobs
This is ideal for those running factories for 3D printing for two main reasons. The first is due to the seamless data flow, which allows for maximum ease of use. Another key benefit is the two-way communication between software and the 3D printer. In essence, the build processor does not just tell the machine what to do, but also allows the machine to give feedback so it's easy for the operator to trace and store data on specific jobs.
With Materialise's SLM Build Processor, users of
This Build Processor is one of many that Materialise intends to release and we are looking forward to future releases with other partners.
For more information about build processors, please visit: http://software.materialise.com/build-processor.
If you are interested in upgrading to the SLM Build Processor, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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