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Mimics Innovation Awards 2009 launched PDF Print E-mail
  
Tuesday, 04 November 2008 11:34

Many researchers use Mimics for processing, editing and segmenting their scanner image data.
Materialise is proud that Mimics' powerful, user-friendly design has lifted so many interesting projects to a higher level. Every year the Mimics Innovation Awards support top level research conducted with the assistance of Mimics.


Mimics Innovation Awards 2009 launched

Mimics Innovation Awards 2009 open for submissions

Your research is worth 5,000€.
Materialise is always striving for excellence. Doing so, we want to support others in helping us making the world a better and healthier place. That’s why we launched the Mimics Innovation Awards 5 years ago. With these awards, Materialise gives financial support to innovative research
projects. The most ground-breaking uses of our Mimics software get rewarded with a money prize up to 5,000€.

You, too, can submit your research case for the Mimics Innovations Awards 2009. There are 4 categories in which you can participate:
1. Innovative implant design systems and the development of innovative medical procedures
2. Innovations in computer aided engineering
3. Open category
4. Poster category

The winner in each of the first 3 categories receives a 5,000€ money prize. The best poster will be rewarded with 2,500€.

In 2008 59 researchers, from 22 different countries, took their chance. So why should you wait any longer?

How can I participate?
Participating in this prestigious contest is very easy. You can register today via www.materialise.com/MIA
and submit your case now or later. If you send in your case before January 1, 2009, you are entitled to a reduction on a Materialise conference of your choice in 2009 or 2010. The ultimate deadline for submission is March 1, 2009.

Once all cases are handed in, an independent, international jury, composed of experts in advanced 3D medical image processing thoroughly reads each paper. Based on pre-defined criteria, the papers then get evaluated and the most innovative cases will be rewarded.

The winners of the Mimics Innovations Awards 2009 will be announced in the summer of 2009. Materialise also invites the winners to present their cases during a Materialise conference of their choice in 2009 or 2010.

We look forward to read and evaluate your case. For the regulations and for more information, go to www.materialise.com/MIA

Last Updated ( Saturday, 16 May 2009 10:47 )
 
ESI Group and COMEX NUCLEAIRE collaborate to reduce design and operational costs PDF Print E-mail
  
Wednesday, 29 October 2008 20:53

Paris, France – October 28, 008 – ESI Group (ESINFR0004110310), a pioneer and world-leading supplier of digital simulation software for prototyping and manufacturing processes, and COMEX NUCLEAIRE, major player in the nuclear intervention, announced today their 3-year partnership agreement, as of the second half of 2008. The agreement aims at developing a universal services offer available worldwide.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 05 November 2008 08:04 )
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MSC.Software Announces R3 Release of FluidConnection to Enable Efficient, Automated CFD Simulation Processes PDF Print E-mail
  
Thursday, 23 October 2008 20:30

Webinar Scheduled for Tuesday, October 28, 2008 to Demonstrate Efficient Use of CFD for Accelerated Product Development


SANTA ANA, Calif., October 20, 2008 - MSC.Software (NASDAQ: MSCS), the leading global provider of enterprise simulation solutions, including simulation software and services, today announced the R3 release of FluidConnection. This ground-breaking CFD pre-processor extends the company's SimEnterprise offerings that together allow analysts, designers, and suppliers to simulate more collaboratively across the extended engineering enterprise by enabling simulation methods and procedures to be captured, automated and reused across design teams.

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robotmech Acquires Materialise’ e-Stage Software for Automated Support Generation PDF Print E-mail
  
Friday, 17 October 2008 13:14
Leuven (BELGIUM), October 17th, 2008. robotmech Rapid Prototyping GmbH has been using several software solutions of Materialise NV, world leader in software development for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, in its daily operations since 1998. Now robotmech has also acquired Materialise’ e-Stage software for automated support generation. e-Stage automates the work preparation process, eliminating all manual editing, and also helps save on resin, finishing time and build time.
The model boasts the availability of four SATA II ports, a single PCI port, one PCI-e 2. Via the use of the TV out bracket, you can connect a TV to your computer for output of video signals.
 Opened in Austria in 1992, the family-owned company robotmech Rapid Prototyping GmbH has become one of the leaders in the rapid prototyping industry. robotmech’s initial successes were rather modest. Within a few years, however, it became a world class achiever. Materialise and its software range contributed significantly to its development. From the first time robotmech engaged Materialise’ services in 1998, the two companies have maintained a close relationship. Materialise’ e-Stage software is robotmech’s latest acquisition.   “In our industry, especially the rapid prototyping market, everything comes down to speed”, say Gerald and Wilfried Stössl, Managing Directors of robotmech, for whom this is the guiding principle that persuaded them to choose e-Stage. In fact, they were already using many Materialise products.  The e-Stage software not only automates prep work, eliminating the need for processing the support structures manually, it also enhances the manufacturing process. Its excellent support structures guarantee shorter production times and lower resin consumption.   e-Stage offers the added benefit of reduced time spent on the overall project. The supported model can be removed more efficiently from the platform and the support structures can be removed more quickly and easily from the model. Both save a lot of time. The unique new connection between the supports and the component substantially cuts the time required for model post-processing. e-Stage can cut project time by up to 25%. robotmech Rapid Prototyping GmbH has already successfully completed numerous projects with e-Stage. Its automatic support creation makes it possible to complete even large, highly complex projects quickly and accurately.  “We’ve never been able to receive and process orders so fast! The time from receipt to product delivery has been shaved to a minimum. e-Stage allows us to produce accurate, precise results in the shortest possible time”, says Stössl. e-Stage does, indeed, lead to huge time savings while ensuring a perfect end product. In fact, e-Stage’s hallmarks are its automation and reliability. “The fully automated e-Stage system enables its users to keep a cool head in the face of capacity constraints, because it eliminates typical errors from the beginning, ensuring 100% accuracy”, Stössl adds. More information can be found at www.robotmech.com   

About Materialise

 With its headquarters in Leuven, Belgium and branches all over the world, the Materialise Group is best known for its activities in the field of rapid industrial and medical prototyping. Apart from having the largest capacity of rapid prototyping equipment in Europe, Materialise enjoys a worldwide reputation as provider of innovative software solutions. As such, Materialise has acquired the position of market leader for 3D printing and Digital CAD software in addition to being a major player in medical and dental image processing and surgery simulation. Its medical and dental products are used worldwide by renowned hospitals, research institutes and clinicians. The group has several subsidiaries in Europe, Asia and the USA, and employs over 700 people in its 4 divisions.  More information on www.materialise.com  
Last Updated ( Saturday, 16 May 2009 10:44 )
 
Materialise Innovation Forum Major Success PDF Print E-mail
  
Tuesday, 14 October 2008 22:41
Materialise NV, world leader in software development for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, successfully organized the second edition of the Materialise Innovation Forum at the Provinciehuis in Leuven, Belgium on September 17th and 18th, 2008. The conference attracted many attendees from around the globe. During two days these professionals from the AM and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) industry were immersed in the developments and challenges the industry is faced with, as well as state-of-the-art solutions that will help to shape the future. On the occasion of Magics’ 15th anniversary, this Forum was also the perfect opportunity to announce the winners of the Materialise Pyramid Awards and to pay tribute to a number of pioneering Magics users.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 October 2008 22:47 )
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Mentor Graphics Acquires Flomerics Group PLC PDF Print E-mail
  
Thursday, 09 October 2008 21:38
WILSONVILLE, Ore., October 9, 2008– Mentor Graphics Corporation, (NASDAQ: MENT), the market and technology leader in design automation and systems analysis solutions, today announced final completion of the acquisition of Flomerics Group PLC., a United Kingdom-based supplier of computational fluid dynamics analysis products.
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NEi Software Presents New Nastran Modal Analysis Tools at Shock and Vibration Symposium PDF Print E-mail
  
Wednesday, 29 October 2008 20:50
Westminster, CA.  23 October 2008.  NEi Software, a global leader in the development of Nastran finite element analysis (FEA) and engineering simulation software, will participate in the Shock and Vibration Information Analysis Center’s (SAVIAC)  79th Shock and Vibration Symposium October 26-30 in Orlando, FL. NEi Software will present a technical paper on “Modal Selection Technique for Component Mode Synthesis”, an enhanced methodology for performing dynamic analysis of very large FEA models measured in multi million degrees of freedom. In addition, NEi Software will conduct several tutorials on new features in its simulation software.  The NEi Nastran Nonlinear course will address proper techniques for analyzing models with nonlinear geometry, materials, and elements.
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Magics 13: 15 Years of Software for AM Professionals PDF Print E-mail
  
Tuesday, 21 October 2008 12:30
Leuven (Belgium), October 21st, 2008. Materialise NV, world leader in software development for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, announces the release of Magics 13, the latest version of its Magics software. For 15 years, speed, quality, efficiency and user-friendliness have been Magics’ hallmark. While celebrating its 15th anniversary, Magics now goes another step further in optimizing the AM process, offering new features that allow to facilitate work preparation, work more efficiently, save time and enhance customer service.  Facilitate work preparation·         Control part quality by visualizing overlap. You can easily locate the areas of your part that exhibit mechanical differences.·         Rescale parts so that they match the bounding box or a measurement with an expected value. You can fit parts on the platform or rescale them to make certain details buildable.·         Benefit from SmartSpace’s increased flexibility. You can select parts in the 3D workspace or assign degrees of rotational freedom.  Improve the efficiency of your process·         Improve communication by generating documents in Excel throughout the entire process, such as quotations, order confirmations, quality control, etc.·         Import or export a customized Magics profile easily. You can save all customizations in one .mpf file or set up one pc and copy the profile to other pc’s. ·         Import batches of .STL, .MGX, .magics files or CAD files, allowing you to fix all your files automatically overnight and generate a report in the morning. This saves you both time and money.  Enhance your customer service·         Import .OBJ files, allowing you to read your customer data. .OBJ files can contain colors and textures and can be exported from Maya, Rhino, 3D Studio Max, etc.·         Improve the quality of your data and save time in finishing with the Refine & Smooth functionality. Be more efficient·         Use the 3D work space more efficiently by locking or unlocking toolsheets, or by hovering your mouse to hide or show toolsheets.·         Optimize the use of the multi-platform concept by setting multiple default machines. The default machines will appear in different scenes at Magics’ start up.·         Save one of several open platform scenes directly to .magics project files via the ‘Save Platform’ function. Save time

·         Communicate with external tools, such as e-Stage, allowing you to run e-Stage on a remote computer. This means you can continue working on your pc without e-Stage using up all available memory for its calculations. You can also create a queue of jobs for e-Stage or share one e-Stage installation with all Magics users. e-Stage is part of the Magics e-RP Suite, a full range of software products that streamline, automate and boost almost every step in your AM process. With e-Stage, support generation is fully automated.

Check out www.materialise.com/magics for more information.  

About Materialise

 With its headquarters in Leuven, Belgium and branches all over the world, the Materialise Group is best known for its activities in the field of rapid industrial and medical prototyping. Apart from having the largest capacity of rapid prototyping equipment in Europe, Materialise enjoys a worldwide reputation as provider of innovative software solutions. As such, Materialise has acquired the position of market leader for 3D printing and Digital CAD software in addition to being a major player in medical and dental image processing and surgery simulation. Its medical and dental products are used worldwide by renowned hospitals, research institutes and clinicians. The group has several subsidiaries in Europe, Asia and the USA, and employs over 700 people in its 4 divisions. More information on www.materialise.com  
Last Updated ( Saturday, 16 May 2009 10:46 )
 
Dassault Systèmes Announces Accelerated Simulation Performance with Microsoft’s Windows HPC Server 2008 PDF Print E-mail
  
Thursday, 16 October 2008 20:40

R Systems Achieves Significant Speed-Up for Abaqus FEA from SIMULIA Using Flexible Cluster Configuration  

Paris, France, and Providence, R.I., USA, October 15, 2008 – Dassault Systèmes (DS) (Nasdaq: DASTY; Euronext Paris: #13065, DSY.PA), a world leader in 3D and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions, today announced that R Systems, a technology-leading IT solutions provider, in cooperation with SIMULIA and Dana Holding Corporation, has completed a simulation benchmark using Abaqus FEA software and Windows HPC Server 2008.

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Winners Materialise Pyramid Awards Revealed PDF Print E-mail
  
Tuesday, 14 October 2008 22:39
Materialise NV, world leader in software development for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry, announced the winners of the Materialise Pyramid Awards at the Materialise Innovation Forum on September 17th and 18th, 2008 in Leuven, Belgium. Participants of the Materialise Pyramid Awards were asked to send in a paper on innovative applications of Materialise’ Magics or 3-matic software. In both the Magics and 3-matic category three winners were selected to win prizes, ranging from 2,000 Euro, over 1,000 Euro to an .MGX design lamp.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 October 2008 22:49 )
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ANSYS POLYFLOW 3.12 Enables Improved Manufacturing Engineering Simulation and Virtual Prototyping PDF Print E-mail
  
Thursday, 09 October 2008 21:32

Software Tightens Links to Provide Smooth Interface Between Manufacturing and Mechanical Modeling

SOUTHPOINTE, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--

ANSYS, Inc. (NASDAQ: ANSS), a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced the release of ANSYS(R) POLYFLOW(R) 3.12 software for analysis of plastic and rubber processing, glass forming, and food processing. This new version of ANSYS POLYFLOW technology is faster, more efficient and can handle larger problems than previous releases, since it includes several new solvers and modeling features tailored for specific applications. Newly built-in is the ability to provide data to structural analysis software from ANSYS, which improves the accuracy of virtual prototyping predictions.

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