Fused Deposition Modelling
RP technology for personalised one-off cars
For one of Zagato's exclusive projects, they partnered up with Materialise, who specialise in personalised manufacturing. This resulted in the use of RP technology for a personalised one-off car.
Waste compactor invention presented in Norwegian TV show by means of Materialise prototypes
Arvid Johannesen, Vik-Sandvik IDE and Materialise partnered up for the development of a waste compactor that compresses the contents of a standard-sized trash bin and was one of the inventions presented in the Norwegian “Skaperen” show.
Impressive material range: A solution for each application
Puzzled which material you should choose? Materialise has such an extensive material & technology range that we can imagine you sometimes can’t see the wood for the trees. Let’s go through the benefits of each material once again in an overview of our primary material range.
FDM versus Selective Laser Sintering
How to make sure your prototype is truly functional? There are still plenty of misconceptions with FDM, mainly because people are not yet familiar with all its capabilities. We notice that our customers often order their prototypes in selective laser sintering while in fact they should be ordering fused deposition modelling parts.
A custom-made solution: you have an idea, we realise it
Agecom is a Belgian company dealing with guest amenities and specialised in the development of hotel accessories. Founder and Managing Director, Mr. Philippe Debnicki, in 2005, designed a clever dispensing system for shower gel, in the form of a handy device that would be fixed into hotel showers.
Fatspanner and Materialise Slash NPD cycles
Fatspanner are a young, fresh and innovative company that combines product design and gaming design experience to produce the complete modern gaming machine package, incorporating both the machine terminals and the software content. We worked with Fatspanner to help them gain a competitive advantage by further speeding up their rapid gaming machine development cycle.
Prototyped BMW Mini Cooper
Materialise pulled the sheet on a prototyped car that shows the unique solutions its Industrial Services & Software divisions can provide by joining forces. Being active in both the software and the rapid prototyping field gives Materialise the advantage to offer advanced, tailor-made solutions.