Materialise has announced the launch of the latest edition of its leading STL file preparation software, Magics19. The software is focused on making the additive manufacturing workflow as smooth as possible and now includes new features and improvements to existing tools and modules.
Since 1994 Magics has been enabling users to import a wide variety of CAD formats and export STL files ready for additive manufacturing, repairing and optimising 3D models, analysing parts, designing fixtures, documenting projects, and assisting with planning production.
Magic19 takes data preparation to the next level with new and improved tools in the box for labelling and cutting, reporting functionality, slice distribution along with new marking tools, speed dial for quick access of your most used functions and milling offset.
Magics19 also introduces new and improved modules. The SinterModule has been expanded by adding a slice distribution option for the 3D nester allowing you to focus on part quality and avoid interlocking parts after nesting.
New marking tools have been added to the Support Generation module to provide more flexibility and control during the generation of supports along with SG profiles. A new Tree Supports module has also been added to ensure that specialised users working with industrial metals or jewellery are able to maximize their use of Magics.
Materialise has grown to become the market leader for 3D printing and digital CAD software. Together with the company’s expertise in additive manufacturing solutions, this range across the entire 3D design spectrum has led Materialise to leverage the technology across many industries such from aerospace to medical and consumer to automotive.