Materialise Announces the Launch of the 3D Print Barometer

For companies that try to engineer better products, 3D Printing is becoming more and more interesting. But identifying the parts that can truly benefit from this technology is often a struggle. That’s why Materialise is proud to announce the launch of the 3D Print Barometer: an application to test different parts according to size, functionality, series size, etc., and score the added benefit that 3D Printing can offer. The 3D Print Barometer aims to cut through the hype surrounding 3D Printing and identify where this technology can really be of benefit.

The 3D Print Barometer helps manufacturers identify plastic components that can benefit from 3D Printing. The app can be used online through a browser or can be downloaded for use on the iPad.

With its headquarters in Leuven, Belgium, and branches worldwide, Materialise has been playing an active role in the field of additive manufacturing since 1990. In addition to having one of the the world’s largest capacities of Additive Manufacturing equipment, Materialise also enjoys a stellar reputation as a provider of innovative software solutions. The advantages of Additive Manufacturing have been used by Materialise to develop unique solutions that make a world of difference for its many customers with their prototyping, production, and medical needs. These customers range from large companies in the automotive, consumer electronics and consumables sectors; to famous hospitals, research institutes and clinicians; to individual consumers interested in bringing their own unique creations to life or who want to purchase a celebrated .MGX design.

For more information, visit: www.3DPrintBarometer.com

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