Materialise Releases Magics18

Belgian Additive Manufacturing pioneer Materialise is proud to announce the launch of Magics18, the latest release of its leading STL file preparation software for Additive Manufacturing professionals. Focused on increasing the efficiency of the data-prep workflow, Magics18 offers new and enhanced tools and modules. With Magics18, as with all Materialise software, the aim is to produce the most enjoyable user experience possible and to provide the best tools for 3D Printing and AM production environments.

First launched in 1994, Magics has been providing support to AM professionals for close to two decades.  Enabling users to import a wide variety of CAD formats and export STL files ready for Additive Manufacturing, Magics applications include repairing and optimizing 3D models, analyzing parts, making process-related design changes on STL files, designing fixtures, documenting projects, and planning production.

With Magics18 introduces a range of powerful new functionalities, including:

  • New and Improved Cutting Tools
  • Expanded Measurement Options, with built-in ISO standard tolerances
  • Enhanced Surface to Solid Functionality
  • Improved Wall Thickness Analysis
  • Expanded Reporting Options

In addition to the new functionalities, Magics18 is also introducing new and improved modules. With SinterModule, users can now view build heights and easily distribute parts over these heights. As well, SinterModule now offers an automatic Subnester functionality for its Sinterboxes. And to ensure users get the most from their AM machines, Magics18 provides optimized Build Processor Integration for EOS and SLM. With easy access from Magics, both .stl and slice files can now be processed.

For more information, visit: software.materialise.com/magics18

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