Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing software and service solutions, is introducing new features to Magics 27.0, its leading data and build preparation software. This new version makes links with other software solutions a priority, so part status can be tracked from beginning to end.
From product design to part and build preparation to printing, the digital thread connects the entire manufacturing process. To facilitate this, connectivity and traceability are crucial; that’s why the most recent update of Magics prioritizes connections with other software solutions. Magics’ integration with CO-AM adds traceability to the 3D printing process with a revision tree that logs every action applied to a part or build, including which user performed it. This connection between data and build preparation software and manufacturing execution systems is critical to track part status from end to end but is often missing due to silos between software.
This update also introduces integration between Magics and Materialise Machine Manager, which connects users to their Build Processors to send project information and parameters necessary to make successful builds. Another spotlight feature from the Magics update is Workflow Automation’s first off-the-shelf script. Workflow Automation is a Magics tool that offers ready-to-use and custom scripts — developed by Materialise or the user — to automate repetitive workflows during data and build preparation. The first off-the-shelf script — smart labeling — was created for use by Protolabs and automatically labels parts in minutes. Additional Workflow Automation scripts will be made available later this year.
Materialise Magics is a smart, versatile data preparation software for additive manufacturing equipped with a customizable, intuitive user interface. Whether you want to generate support for your metal or resin parts, or nest multiple parts on your laser sintering machine, Magics offers all the modules you need to print parts with the highest efficiency. It allows you to view slices, detect collisions, save platforms, and generate useful reports.
This new version, Magics 27, makes links with other software solutions a priority, so part status can be tracked from beginning to end.
Materialise incorporates more than three decades of 3D printing experience into a range of software solutions and 3D printing services that empower sustainable 3D printing applications. Our open, secure, and flexible end-to-end solutions enable flexible industrial manufacturing and mass personalization in various industries — including healthcare, automotive, aerospace, eyewear, art and design, wearables, and consumer goods. Headquartered in Belgium and with branches worldwide, Materialise combines the largest group of software developers in the industry with one of the world’s largest and most complete 3D printing facilities
Product Name: Magics
Version: 27.0.0 (934) with MatConvert 10.4.0 (10)
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page : http://www.materialise.com
Languages Supported: multilanguage
System Requirements: Windows *
Size: 727.8 mb