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Case Study: Smart Design, Smart Mobility - KLIO Contributes to South Korea's Smart Mobility

Under the theme of ‘Smart Design, Smart Mobility’, the Seoul Smart Mobility International Conference and Exhibition was the venue where experts and Seoul citizens could discuss and experience the present and the future of South Korea’s smart mobility. KLIO Design participated in the exhibition and presented their Open Mobility Structure Concept, powered by 3D-printed car parts.

Case Study: The Spider Bracket - A Topology Optimization Project by Altair, Materialise and Renishaw

Materialise worked together with Altair and Renishaw to create an R&D spider bracket. The original design was based on brackets that connect the corners of architectural glass panels, used in atriums and floor-to-ceiling wall glazing.

Case Study: A 63% Lighter Titanium Aerospace Part with Materialise

GE Aviation 3D printed their famous fuel nozzle in one piece. They are one of the many companies that understand the huge impact 3D printing technology can have on the aerospace industry, not only in terms of supply chain, but also in terms of weight reduction. A lighter airplane means lower fuel costs.

adidas Futurecraft: The Ultimate 3D-Printed Personalized Shoe

See how designers and engineers at Materialise worked with adidas to create a unique 3D-printed running shoe midsole which can be tailored to the cushioning needs of an individual’s foot.

Lightweight Structures Support Scherf Design to Reach New Heights

Scherf Design; an innovative design company, created a 3D printed, metal high heel shoe model that was both highly distinctive and wearable with the help of Materialise 3-matic software.

Materialise 3-matic Makes Topology Optimization More Attractive

See how 3-matic can transform scanned measurements to CAD files and develop volume meshes for FEM analysis.

Materialise Slicing Technology Enables Toyota’s Lightweight Car Seat

Toyota Motor Corporation and Toyota Central R&D Labs Inc. wanted to produce a lightweight car seat prototype with a minimal volume and an optimal heat capacity. To assist them in creating the complex design, Toyota contacted Materialise’s engineering team.

VTT Presents an Organic, Lightweight Hydraulic Valve

The VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, the largest multidisciplinary research organization in Northern Europe, decided to explore the possibilities of 3D Printing to create the ideal hydraulic valve—lighter, with a better fluid flow and with minimal risk of leakage—for their customer Nurmi Cylinders. VTT relied on Materialise software 3-matic to enhance the design optimized with Altair software.

Optimized Design for 3D Printed Valve Block Sheds Weight, Size and Gains Improved Performance

Not every component or product is suitable for 3D printing, depending on its size, form and design as well as the quantity needed. A valve block is very suitable for 3D printing and has a high potential for improvement in weight, performance, and design freedom when additively manufactured.

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