Materialise’s Creative Director to Discuss Cutting-Edge Technology at NY Fashion Conference

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Fashion is always trying to stay on the cutting edge. Innovative technology also wants to stay on the cutting edge. What happens when these two cutting-edge worlds collide? Read more…

Oak & Dust: Eyewear Designed For You

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Millions of people around the world have bad eyesight and wear glasses, so it’s no wonder that designers often take the opportunity to create beautiful, stylish and most importantly – convenient – glasses frames.

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Photoshop CC Now Supports 3D Printing Through i.materialise

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Great news for Adobe Photoshop users: you can now turn your Photoshop CC (Creative Cloud) creations into real objects through i.materialise’s high-quality 3D Printing service! Photoshop CC now supports 3D Printing with many of the materials offered by i.materialise, and provides useful functions such as instant pricing and automatic mesh repair. Read more to learn how to get started! Read more…

.MGX Sets the Scene at the Seoul Design Festival!

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This month, .MGX goes to the Seoul Design Festival. To get ready for the festival’s opening, the DDP Design Lab (Dongdaemun Design Plaza) will display the Gamete.MGX by Xavier Lust, Volume.MGX by Dror, Solid S1 by Patrick Jouin and the AI.MGX by Assa Ashuach. From November 5th to 25th, you can find these items at “3D Printing Design Exhibition: <MGX>” at the Gallery Café, Design Lab 2F at the DDP Design Lab. Read more…

Paula Radcliffe Makes a Comeback with the Help of RS Print’s 3D Printed Insoles

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One of the biggest city marathons in the world, the 44th annual New York City Marathon took place yesterday, November 2. Despite the cold and windy weather condition, millions of people lined up to cheer some 50,000 participants who ran 26.2 miles through the streets of New York.

After winning this prestigious marathon in 2008, world-record-holder Paula Radcliffe experienced a setback in her running career because of a foot injury. But, where there’s a will, there’s always a way. She made her comeback this past September at the Worcester City Marathon, on custom-made insoles 3D Printed through RS Print, powered by Materialise.  Read more…

Make Your Halloween Sinister and Spooky with These 3D Printed Project Ideas

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Halloween is just around the corner, but there’s still time to unleash the power of your creativity by creating an unforgettably terrifying 3D project. The possibilities are only limited by the scope of your evil plans. Whether you need to add some finishing touches to your ghostly costume or add eerie props for your house for warding off the kids, 3D printing will help you put your unique spin on one of the funnest times of the year. 

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UU-U Memory Ring: Harder to Lose, Easier to Find

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How many times have you been digging into your bag in search of a flash drive buried somewhere underneath all your stuff? How many times have you misplaced a drive at university or at work and not known where to find it? If the answer to both questions is “many”, then you should definitely check out the UU-U Memory Ring created by Portsmouth designer Ming Wu. This is a flash drive designed to be worn! Read more…

Congratulations to HP on their Newly Revealed 3D Printer – a First Reaction from Materialise’s CEO

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All of us at Materialise would like to congratulate HP on their newly-revealed 3D printer! We look forward to collaborating with them to bring meaningful applications to users.

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i.materialise Is Looking to Expand Its Community Management Team

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Can you name five of your favorite 3D printing projects off the top of your head? Do your friends say you’re a bit obsessed with social media? If you said “yes” to this, and if you’re a well-rounded, social wordsmith, read our description below to see if you could be i.materialise’s newest community manager.

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The Launch of a 3D Printed Rocket

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BOLDROCKET has an ambitious plan: to deliver aspiring business and technology solutions to the finance services industry that changes the traditional way that people think. Set out with a mission to foster a creative environment in the office, D+DS architecture designed the office and approached Materialise to print a 3.7-meter-long orange 3D Printed rocket for BOLDROCKET’s new office in London. The giant rocket sits suspended in the air alongside a wall patterned with plants that mimic the smoke bellowing out of a rocket at take-off.
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