Materialise is headquartered in Leuven, Belgium and has branches worldwide. We’ve been playing an active role in the field of Additive Manufacturing (AM) since 1990. In addition to having the largest single-site capacity of AM equipment in Europe, we have a strong reputation as a provider of innovative software solutions. We strive to use our expertise to create a beter and healthier world with 3D Printing and through biomedical and clinical solutions for medical image processing and surgical simulations. Our customers range from large companies in the automotive, aerospace and consumer electronics sectors; to famous hospitals, research institutes and clinicians; to individual consumers interested in bringing their own unique creations to life through i.materialise or by purchasing a celebrated .MGX design.
Materialise in the News
A personalized TMJ implant, enabled by a centralized digital workflow, shows a 100% success rate one year after treatment, a case study reports.
Leaders urge consolidation as financial difficulties pile up.
The 2023 Formnext show was a hotbed of new announcements, many leveraging AI to ensure consistent print quality and traceability for production-scale applications.
Three-way partnership lowers adoption barriers to leverage additive manufacturing in aerospace applications.
This year Materialises suggests that 3D printing isn’t just increasing—it’s shifting.
AM technology is finally primed for production-grade parts while new software enables more seamless design-to-print workflows.
HP integrates key design and process engineering software with Multi Jet Fusion and Metal Jet offerings for wider accessibility.
HP Multi Jet Fusion and Metal Jet technology integrate into Materialise CO-AM software platform.
Nikon SLM Solutions 3D printers attain connectivity with Materialise CO-AM.
Brigitte de Vet-Veithen, new CEO, to start in January 2024.
Electrification, digitally integrated factories, urban air mobility and more round out event’s lineup.
While hospitals aren’t ready to turn into on-site manufacturers, they are turning to service providers to ramp up point-of-care additive manufacturing for patient-specific medical devices.
Medical device makers foresee faster product introduction with the shift to computational modeling.
New facility in Plymouth, MI, specializes in the 3D printing of personalized titanium CMF implants.
At the new facility, Materialise specializes in the 3D printing of personalized titanium cranio-maxillofacial (CMF) implants.