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Materialise Introduces New Release of Magics. Feel the Power of Improved Efficiency with Magics19
Leuven, Belgium - October 21, 2014. Additive Manufacturing pioneer Materialise is proud to announce the launch of Magics19, the latest release of its leading STL file preparation software for Additive Manufacturing professionals. Focused on making your workflow as efficient as possible, Magics19 improves upon existing tools and modules and offers powerful new features to enhance your workflow capabilities. With Magics19, as with all Materialise software, the aim is to produce the most enjoyable user experience possible and to provide the best tools for 3D Printing and AM production environments.
First launched in 1994, Magics has been providing support to AM professionals for close to two decades. Enabling users to import a wide variety of CAD formats and export STL files ready for Additive Manufacturing, Magics applications include repairing and optimizing 3D models; analyzing parts; making process-related design changes on STL files; designing fixtures; documenting projects, and planning production.
With Magics19, Materialise’s software developers have created a powerful range of features designed to take your data preparation to the next level. Taking full advantage of our Build Processor technology, these flexible solutions include:
•Improved labeling and cutting
•Upgraded reporting functionality
•Slice distribution option for 3D nesting
•New marking tools
•Speed dial, for quick access of your most used functions
In addition to the enhanced functionalities, Magics19 is also introducing new and improved modules. The SinterModule has been expanded by adding a slice distribution option for the 3D nester. This allows you to focus on part quality and, with the new built-in mechanism, you can avoid interlocking parts after nesting. New marking tools have been added to the Support Generation (SG) module to provide more flexibility and control during the generation of supports. And for users that need flexibility for multiple materials or different part types, SG profiles have also been introduced. Finally, to ensure that even specialized users such as jewelry makers or those creating industrial metal applications are able to maximize their use of Magics, a new Tree Supports module has been added.
To learn more about Magics19 visit the Magics19 web page.
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 one of the world’s largest capacities of Additive Manufacturing equipment, Materialise also enjoys a stellar reputation as a provider of innovative software solutions. 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.
About Materialise's Soft for Additive Manufacturing
Materialise began as a specialist in Rapid Prototyping (RP) and Additive Manufacturing (AM) and has grown into the market leader for 3D printing and Digital CAD software. Materialise has a state-of-the-art AM facility with numerous technologies which has allowed our team to become industry experts. With first-hand knowledge of all the technologies and bottlenecks in AM, our software development staff (the largest in the sector) stays ahead of the trends with software solutions for every step of the AM process, from design to printed part and for machines going from the smallest to the largest. Together these solutions form a software platform for 3D printing that links applications from various markets and industries ranging from automotive, aerospace, to medical industry, consumer goods and many more, to the wide range of 3D printers and Additive Manufacturing technologies.