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Materialize Goes on a (Heavy) Metal 3D Printing Tour

Materialise NV (NASDAQ: MTLS), is going to embark on a series of Europe-wide events on metal 3D Printing.

Materialise one of the largest 3D printing service providers in the world and leading provider of Additive Manufacturing (AM) software, sophisticated 3D printing solutions and certified manufacturing services, 

With this Materialise Metal Tour, the company aims to educate engineers and designers on the added value of Metal 3D Printing. The tour starts in March and will pass through 10 European cities in the next four months. 

The Materialise Metal Tour is part of Materialise’s 3DP ACADEMY, a series of half-day workshops providing in-depth information on technologies, materials and applications for 3D Printing. With metal printing technology maturing and demand for metal parts growing worldwide, Materialise finds that the timing is ideal to address engineers with a focused series of seminars on metal 3D Printing and how to make the most of it.

“At Materialise, we strongly believe that awareness of the possibilities and a deep understanding of design and engineering for AM is the key to success,” explains Jurgen Laudus, Director Materialise Manufacturing. “With these events we want to provide engineers with the necessary know-how to find and develop the right applications for metal 3D Printing.”

The Materialise Metal Tour starts in March and travels around Europe in the months after. For more information and registration, please visit www.materialise.com/metaltour.

If you plan to attend, these are the tour dates:

  • 18th March – Sheffield, UK
  • 24th March – Utrecht, Netherlands
  • 7th April – Milan, Italy
  • 13th April – Bremen, Germany
  • 21st April – Ostrava, Czech Republic
  • 16th May – Rzeszow, Poland
  • 26th May – Stockholm, Sweden
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