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Materialise 3-matic: What’s New in Version 14
3-matic 14 introduces an improved Lattice module (formally known as Lightweights module), making your workflow more efficient thanks to a simplified UI/UX and new features in the Lattice module. Next to this, an enhanced Texturing Module to speed up mass editing of textures and benefit from the Texturing module’s powerful new editing tools, such as handling high numbers of UV regions by using the new generic UV map object in the Texturing and Lattice modules. And last but not least there are new import & export formats such as obj, 3mf, Catia6.

Motorcycle Crankshaft Modeling with SimLab at BMW Motorrad
Learn about the semi-automated motorcycle crankshaft modeling process developed at BMW Motorrad based on Altair's pre- and post-processor SimLab. The scripts developed take the FE model generation time down from 2 weeks of manual work to half a day.

Form and Function: Metal 3D Printing of Hybrid Lattice
Altair, Materialise and Renishaw have collaboratively created a prototype of lattice structured spider bracket; a lightweight, functional structure which echoes biological forms found in nature. The synthesis of computational design technology with performance based lattice optimization, automatic surface smoothing and re-design with metal additive layer manufacturing, resulted in the creation of this unconventional, structurally efficient, manufacturable bracket that unleashes designing potential and creativity, freeing creators of common manufacturing constraints across the entire project from conception, product performance to its realization. The printed part shows how true bio-mimicking of 3D patterns reduces stress concentrations and produces a custom tailored design that embeds organic beauty and freedom of design.


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ラティス構造を有する金属部品の3Dプリンティング
軽量なハイブリッドラティス構造を検討するAltairのトポロジー最適化技術、最適形状コンセプトを積層造形データに変換するMaterialise社の技術、Renishawの3Dプリント技術を結集したことで実現した建造物用スパイダーブラケットの開発秘話。

Webinar: How Bionic Design Processes and 3D Printing Push the Aerospace Industry into a New Era.
During the webinar, Materialise shows their unique Digital CAD approach for remodeling topologies coming from a topological optimization.

Webinar: Save your energy with Materialise 3-matic in the after topology optimization process
This webinar focuses on Materialise 3-matic's complimentary position to Altair's topology optimization and illustrates its capabilities on light weight structures design, with a focus on printable design.

Introduction to 3-matic by Materialise
3-matic is the ideal tool for quickly bringing topology-optimized files back to CAD, or cleaning files to send to a 3D printer.

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