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The new facility can focus on DLP 3D printing technologies and enhance Malaysia’s role as a driver behind 3D Printing in Asia.
Materialise NV are a major provider of Additive Manufacturing software and sophisticated 3D printing solutions in the medical and industrial market. They are proud to announce the opening of a new 3D Printing Center of Excellence in Malaysia. The facility aims to become a ability center inside Materialise for DLP 3D printing technologies, and has the future to enhance Malaysia’s role as a driver behind 3D Printing in Asia.
This initiative can see local research teams createing new 3D printing applications, preparing 3D Printing applications for the market, and becoming a knowledge center inside Materialise for this innovation. The teams can in addition investigate 3D printing anatomical models and other medical devices with DLP innovation, thereby providing valuable input to extra
enhance the functionality of Materialise’s 3D printing software suites for the benefit of end-users working with DLP 3D printing devices. Many 3D printing device OEMs, who may already count on Materialise as a trusted software partner, can in addition play a role in the new Center of Excellence through their collaboration.
“We are pleased to open this ability center in Malaysia currently. It provides the missing link between our existing engineering and software createment in Malaysia, and our actual knowledge of the 3D printing system. This can benefit our customers and partners enormously, as it brings us nearer together –in knowledge, innovation and actually proximity. It can in addition benefit Malaysia, as it can create local knowledge and create applications well suited for the region.” Wim Michiels, General Manager of Materialise Malaysia.
The inauguration was attended by Mr. Fried Vancraen, Chief Executive Officer of Materialise, Mr. Wim Michiels, General Manager of Materialise Malaysia, Dato’ Wan Hashim Wan Jusoh, Deputy Chief Executive Officer III of Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), Ms. Pak Mei Yuet, Head – Technology Innovation Ecosystem of Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) and H.E. Mr. Daniel Dargent, the Belgian Ambassador to Malaysia.
Materialise incorporates extra
than 25 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’s open and flexible solutions enable players in a wide variety of industries, which include healthcare, car, aerospace, art and create, and consumer goods, to create new 3D printing applications which aim to manufacture the world a advantageous and healthier place. Headquartered in Belgium, with branches of the world, Materialise combines the biggest group of software createers in the industry with one of the biggest 3D printing facilities in the world. For extra
information, please visit: www.materialise.com.
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