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Materialise Opens Second Office in the United States

Materialise NV : 07 January, 2001  (Company News)
Only 5 years after launching the first Materialise office in the greater Detroit area, Materialise, the world leader in prototyping software opens a second US office in Vernon -Connecticut.
The Vernon office will allow the company to better support the east coast customer base. Materialise veteran Mark Bliek, who successfully launched and managed the Detroit Materialise office, heads up this new venture.

This office, which is the 8th opening after Belgium, France, UK, Germany, Japan and Malaysia, is the proof of a continuous effort to improve customer contact.

About Materialise: Founded in 1990, Materialise develops pre-processing software specifically for the rapid prototyping industry. The company has the largest software development team in the RP sector and the only one that is fully ISO 9001 certified. During the past years, Materialise has become the absolute market leader in software for the Rapid Prototyping market, both for industrial and medical applications.

Materialise software is used worldwide by leading companies in the automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics and medical sector. The 'Magics' software line provides a variety of solutions for data handling in product communication, rapid prototyping and rapid tooling. The medical prototyping models created by 'Mimics' software are used by clinicians worldwide to assist them in the most complex cases of surgery. The 'SurgiCase' software is used in the field of computer guided implantology.
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