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Materialise partners with nTop to produce complex parts
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Jun 24, 2024

Materialise partners with nTop to produce complex parts

Partnerships

  • Materialise, a provider of 3D printing software and services, has partnered nTop, a platform providing product design, to enable the production of complex parts through additive manufacturing (AM).

  • The partnership integrates nTop's implicit modeling API with Materialise's Magics 3D Print Suite and NxG Build Processor. This enables the exchange of implicit design files between design and manufacturing teams without intermediate processes, facilitating the production of higher-performance parts with more features and capabilities. 

  • Under the partnership, the companies have already produced a high-performance, 3D-printed cylinder head with a significantly reduced cooling performance and a 60% weight reduction for technology group Wärtsilä. 

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