Taking Control Of Your AM Machine (3D Printing Europe 2017)

Mr James Smith, EMEA Sales Manager
Materialise NV


3D Printing first revolutionized the prototyping world and has now become an industry that stands on its own. For organizations that are eager to manufacture industrial applications, there is a growing need for greater control over the quality and repeatability of their printed parts. The Materialise Control Platform and Materialise Inspector answer this need. The Materialise Control Platform is a modular, software-driven, embedded hardware solution that allows you to steer and monitor the behavior of your laser-based AM machine, all while collecting real-time data about your production process at an impressive speed. To facilitate the interpretation of this data, Materialise Inspector software will ensure that the printed part corresponds to your design.

講演者の経歴 (James Smith)

James Smith obtained an Honours Degree in Marketing at Victoria University in New Zealand. After working in the IT industry for a number of years in Sales and Marketing roles at both Ingram Micro and IBM, he joined Materialise in 2016. In his position as EMEA Sales Manager he has established relationships with OEM businesses and driven the sales of the Materialise Control Platform, a revolutionary solution that helps machine manufacturers and researchers control and steer their 3D printing machines.

会社紹介 (Materialise)

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Materialise incorporates 27 years of 3D printing experience into a range of software solutions and 3D printing services, which together form the backbone of the 3D printing industry. Materialise Medical, which has pioneered many of the leading medical applications of 3D Printing, enables researchers, engineers and clinicians to revolutionize innovative patient-specific care. Materialise Medical's open and flexible platform of software and services, Materialise Mimics, forms the foundation of certified Medical 3D Printing, in clinical as well as research environments, offering virtual planning software tools, 3D-printed anatomical models, and patient-specific surgical guides and implants.
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