Materialise introduces scanning and measurement service.
Materialise has been at the forefront of the 3D printing industry with a 20 year history in providing innovative solutions with over 100 3D printing machines. Now the company is set to complete its design and engineering portfolio with a scanning and measurement service.
This new service will give Materialise the ability to offer additional possibilities for quality control, reverse engineering and scan for 3D printing. This integrated in-house scanning and measurement facility means that customers will be able to experience the full benefits of 3D printing by taking a comprehensive approach to designing and engineering high quality 3D products.
New service completes Materialise's 3D printing portfolio.
Jurgen Laudus, Director of Additive Manufacturing Solutions at Materialise had this to say about the new service, “Materialise is committed to providing its customers with high-quality, 3D Printed products. The Scanning and Measurement Service is a result of our continued efforts to provide expertise at every step of the design process and help our customers realize the full added-value offered by 3D Printing. Combined with our expertise in software, design, and engineering, this new service helps us truly become the innovators our customers can count on to push the boundaries of 3D Printing technologies.”
Visitors to this year’s TCT Show will be able to get a close look at Materialise’s full range of manufacturing possibilities at the NEC in Birmingham between 30th September to 2nd November. Wilfried Vancraen, Materialise CEO will also provide a keynote address showing the company’s diverse interests across a multitude of industries.