Materialise 3D printing at London Design Festival 2011

Belgium based company, Materialise is an active player in the field of Additive Manufacturing since 1990. The company has a largest capacity of Additive Manufacturing equipment and a global reputation as a provider of innovative software solutions. Moreover, Materilaise has acquired a position of a market leader in 3D printing and Digital CAD software.

In September, Materialise took part at London Design Festival 2011. During the festival, the world-renowned Murray Moss, called the Washington Post “America’s most closely watched purveyor of industrial design,” presented a special exhibition in the Victoria and Albert Museum (the V&A) entitled Industrial Revolution 2.0: How the Material World Will Newly Materialise. This exhibition involved the placement of 3D printed objects in eight strategic locations in the museum, with each piece telling a story through the interaction with its surroundings. All of the pieces involved were produced at the Materialise headquarters in Belgium.

Below you may watch behind the scene video

Report by Reuters

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