Materialise is launching Mindware as an advisory service to offer businesses strategic, tailored and technology-neutral insights on the use of 3D printing to address business challenges.
As companies begin to resume their operations after lockdowns lift, rising financial pressures are likely to render businesses more sensitive to investment risks.
“3D printing offers unique opportunities for businesses looking to gain or maintain a competitive edge, while keeping investment risk low. It is critical, however, to tap into a source that is both knowledgeable and unbiased,” Bart Van Der Schueren, chief technology officer at Materialise, notes. “3D printing covers a range of technologies which are each ideally suited to varying applications, and neutrality is key in ensuring that the right technologies are chosen in each context.”
Mindware brings businesses in direct contact with Materialise’s experts and their insights, according to the company.
Mindware is managed by a dedicated team of business strategists at Materialise, and supported by a wide network of experts throughout the 2,000-employee company. Clients receive customized insights from specialists in disciplines ranging from R&D, to design and engineering, to process engineering, as well as specialists dedicated to verticals such as the medical and aerospace industries.
Mindware can help companies with exploring or developing applications for 3D printing as well as defining strategy, qualify manufacturing processes.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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