Today, Materialise joined the Altair Partner Alliance. The rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing leader has made 3-matic STL available to all HyperWorks® users. 3-matic STL allows users to make design modifications directly on STL, scanned, and computer-aided design (CAD) data in preparation for 3D printing.
“Materialise is pleased to be able to offer 3-matic STL to HyperWorks users through the Altair Partner Alliance,” said Lieve Boeykens, Brand Manager at Materialise. “The opportunities for collaboration between our software and solidThinking Inspire® and solidThinking Evolve®, for example, are extensive. We can’t wait to see how this partnership progresses.”
To learn more about Materialise and 3-matic STL, please register for the upcoming introductory webinar that is scheduled on September 3rd, 2014 at 9AM and 1PM EDT.
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