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Materialise launches newest version of its Magics Software; expands partnership with EOS
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Materialise launches newest version of its Magics Software; expands partnership with EOS

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  • Materialise, a provider of 3D printing software and services, has released Magics 28, a new version of its data and build preparation software. The software supports beam lattices, enabling users to create complex designs with smaller data sets. Additionally, the software will offer an improved Nester module for automatic part placement on build platforms, optimizing part distribution and reducing material usage.

  • The company also expanded its partnership with EOS, a provider of AM technology solutions, to integrate its data sources such as optical tomography and powder bed camera data with its quality and process control (QPC) system.

  • Analyst QuickTake: In the past few months, Materialise has entered a number of partnerships to produce parts and increase the productivity of its  AM solutions. In June, the company partnered with nTop to integrate nTop's implicit modeling API with Magics and NxG Build Processor, and ArcelorMittal Powders , to develop steel additive manufacturing solutions. Furthermore, the company partnered with  Renishaw in April to increase the productivity of its AM machines.

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