Atlantic XL provides EPC and EPCM services to the energy industry supporting offshore and onshore systems, including digitisation, telecommunications, navigation, environmental monitoring and additive manufacturing of metal parts. Now the company is commissioning its first commercial 3D printer in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Canadian-based company chose SLM Solutions as its supplier and selected an SLM®280 machine.

Italian engineering company QualiCal saw an opportunity for innovation in lime production, and asked — could 3D printing help eliminate the single biggest cause of production downtime? It could and it has. Partnering with us, QualiCal developed a shaft level indicator that offers the potential for increased revenue of up to €1,400,000.

In collaboration with Replique, Alstom qualifies a visible metal part for the first time for additive manufacturing serial production

With access to Replique’s worldwide technology and production network, Alstom reduces the complexity within procurement and production
Replique’s industrial expertise enables the selection of cost-efficient and qualified materials and production methods

Leading Danish additive manufacturing service bureau Prototal Damvig A/S has expanded its 3D printing portfolio with the purchase of a Stratasys H350™ 3D printer through Stratasys reseller, Protech. Prototal Damvig’s investment will drive new areas of business growth through volume production and complements an existing line-up of Stratasys additive manufacturing (AM) technologies that comprise FDM® and PolyJet™.

. The maxillofacial surgery and oncology team at SJD Barcelona Children's Hospital, in this case, led by Dr. Josep Rubio, performs a 3D planning and simulation of the resection of a tumor in a young patient’s cheekbone.

. The creation of the two three-dimensional pieces of the patient's skull and tumor has been essential for the doctors to achieve the extraction with maximum precision.

Epoch Co., Ltd. is a Japanese toy manufacturer and long-time user of Materialise Magics. They’re enjoying the benefits of additive manufacturing (AM), using their 3D printer in a wide range of applications — from product development and concept models to scenic dioramas used for product photography.

German bike manufacturer Canyon Bicycles GmbH created a lightweight and sustainable 3D-printed prototype for BIKE Magazin’s ‘Ride Green’ campaign. Canyon contacted Materialise to produce the parts and used 3D printing (3DP) to achieve the frame’s unique shape. The mountain bike’s technical and environmentally-friendly qualities propelled it ahead of the pack in the cycling industry, as the bike was nominated for the 3D Pioneers Challenge (3DPC) 2022 Award.

Lattice structures set new standards in wearing comfort, weight reduction, improved ventilation and temperature regulation in stress zones

German outdoor market leader relies on 3D printing technology in the innovative DLS process
OECHSLER once again demonstrates its expertise in additive manufacturing and proves its ability to industrialise projects worldwide
Large-scale production of the innovative back padding is realised via Carbon's "Idea-to-Production" platform

If you haven’t yet heard of MMI, chances are you soon will. Having developed the world’s smallest wristed micro-instruments as well as tremor-reducing and motion scaling robotic technology for complex microsurgery procedures, the Italian company is pushing new boundaries for surgical performance and patient care.

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