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Unleash the Potential of End-Part Additive Manufacturing With Magics20
Evidence of the power unleashed by Magics20 can be seen in the projects and demonstration material Materialise now has on display at formnext. Featured projects represent a range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, eyewear and more, with cases from
Materialise Founder and CEO, Fried Vancraen, had this to say about Magics20, "When I purchased my first stereolithography machine and started Materialise 25 years ago, the industry lacked the software needed to efficiently connect a design to a 3D Printer. In order to survive and thrive as a company, we needed to develop a solution that allowed us to meet customer demand for 3D printed prototypes, on time and as ordered. The resulting software worked so well that we brought it to the market as Magics. Over the years, Magics has helped lift the AM industry as a whole to new levels by optimizing data and build preparation for an expanding range of materials and technologies."
He continued, "Now, 25 years later, we face new challenges as our customers increasingly request 3D-printed, end-use parts that meet the demanding standards of their industries - and it is a challenge we have proven able to meet. And once again, Materialise is ready to raise the AM industry as a whole to new heights by granting access to a software backbone that enables certified manufacturing: Magics20."
With Magics20, Materialise continues to meet the needs of the AM industry, both today and for many years to come. The software is a powerful tool that connects vital components from design, to production and testing, thus enabling the quality, traceability and repeatability required to meet the demanding standards of industries such as aerospace, automotive, eyewear and many more.
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