The EVE Racecar from Formula Group T
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Tackling Technical Challenges with Clever Design for 3D Printing

In a project with ambitious technical challenges you move much faster if you can rely on a partner with in-depth knowledge of the manufacturing process. It was great to have a close collaboration with the Materialise design engineers”, Joris Aerts, Team Leader, Formula Group T

A Flame Retardant 3D Printing Material - Ultem 9085 Black

A brand new 3D Printing Material: Take the heat with UltemTM 9085 Black. If you need plastic components that resist heat or even flames, UltemTM 9085 might be exactly what you are looking for. 

Your Own Prototype Shop, Only a Mouseclick Away

Need support deciding on the best solutions for your projects? Contact one of our project managers; they’ll be happy to help you choose the right technology, material and finish that you need. If you already know what you want, use our quick and easy OnSite service which allows you to quote and order your prototypes online 24/7. It will take you about 30 seconds to get your quote. You just need to log-in, browse your file(s) and select the appropriate technology & material. Once your order is placed and confirmed, it’s automatically put in line to be built. In addition to the quoting and ordering engine, this website offers many more services and advantages: 10% discount on every order, secure upload feature for large files, order follow-up and shipment tracking.

Test Your Parts for 3D Printing on

With its huge degree of design freedom, Additive Manufacturing introduces a new way of design thinking. Our team of creative engineers knows how to build a design for Additive Manufacturing. So if you truly want to get the most out of the technologies, involve us in the engineering stage. As a solid design partner we join you not only in finding unexplored opportunities, but also in turning them into tangible results.

Welcome to Materialise

Our team of experts offers you state-of-the-art solutions in the world’s most complete range of technologies, materials and finishing degrees. With more than 80 3D Printing machines and a fully-equipped factory for Vacuum Casting, we support design engineers to use Additive Manufacturing as part of their toolbox.
We are the World's Largest Factory for Additive Manufacturing.


Intrion Robots are up to Speed with Additive Manufacturing

Intrion is a leader in the realization of industrial automation solutions. Thanks to function integration in additive manufacturing they reduce the number of components.

The Areion by Formula Group T: The World’s First 3D Printed Race Car

How fast can 3D Printing (and stereolithography in particular) go? The answer, according to the 2012 Formula Group T team, is - more than 140 km/h!

The Materialise Clever Design Wall: Innovative solutions in 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing (AM) is becoming increasingly attractive for companies interested in engineering better products and looking to bring low-volume, end-use products onto the market.