Materialise Announces Innovations to Increase Productivity and Efficiency in 3D Printing

November 13, 2018

The newly introduced Magics 23, the latest data-and-build-preparation software release by Belgium-based Materialise, allows users to create self-supporting honeycomb structures, preview and analyze the structure and get full control over its orientation on the build platform. Part quality is reportedly improved using fillets, which can be generated on a single edge. In addition, Data Matrix Label, an advanced labeling feature converts the alphanumeric data from standard 3D-printed labels into a data-matrix code that can be applied to individual parts. These smart tags are smaller and can be read by conventional data matrix scanners. Machine-readable tags reduce human error and further automate the post-production process, which supports mass-customization.


Industry-Related Terms: Orientation
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See also: Materialise USA LLC

Technologies: Software

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