Build processor system.
After recently announcing a build processor for SLM machines, global leader in additive manufacturing Materialise, has revealed it will launch a beta version of a build processor for Concept Laser metal 3D printers next week.
The new piece of software makes 3D printing on Concept Laser's machines easier than ever and give users the best results, providing that crucial link between software and machine.
The importance of software is high on Materialise’s agenda who have been providing sophisticated software solutions and 3D printing services to various industries since 1990. In a similar way as 2D printer drivers communicate between computers and inkjet printers, the processor enables the seamless transfer of data between software and 3D printer so that feedback is relayed between the two.
Concept Laser’s line of metal printers are typically used in aerospace, automotive, medical, dental and jewellery industries and the addition of the build processor will bring multiple benefits to users. Operators will be able to print much more complex parts with maximum quality and success and with a two way communication system, the processor will not only tell the machine what to do but also receive messages from the machine so that information can be traceable and stored.
Materialise is focused on developing similar solutions with other partners in the future to support the integral ecosystem that joins software and machines together. The company will feature at EuroMold next week in Frankfurt on 25-2th November.