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Magics International Summit in Belgium

16 August 2007

Materialise NV, specialists in the rapid prototyping and manufacturing (RP&M) industry, holds the Magics International Summit on September 12, 2007, in Leuven, Belgium.

The Magics international Summit, an international Magics user group meeting, will feature lectures by several Magics users and will offer the opportunity to network with industry peers, while discovering the latest developments in Magics, as well as future innovations and technologies. In parallel sessions, industry experts will present a number of software related automotive case studies.

The following speakers have already confirmed:

Neil Hopkinson, Loughborough University, UK
Richard Bibb, PDR, UK
Bob Zubrickie, Tyco Electronics, 2007 3DS Users Group Chairperson, USA
Brady Peters, Foster and Partners, UK
Bart Van der Schueren, Materialise, Belgium
Rob Lewis, TotalSim, UK
Wolfgang Freese, Alufix, France
Les Nielsen, Moeller Design & Development, USA
José Da Silva, Plastic Omnium, France
Brian Sabart, RedEye RPM, Stratasys Inc., USA

The International Magics User Group Meeting is part of a two-day event, the Materialise Innovation Forum, which will also feature a Rapid Implant Manufacturing Forum on September 12 and an Automotive Round-Table on September 13. These sessions will allow attendees to get to know the latest developments in the field of medical implant production or to find out everything about the RP&M products Materialise provides for the automotive industry.

During the evening of September 12 attendees of the Innovation Forum will be offered the chance to visit the renowned InBev brewery, famous for its ‘Stella Artois’ beer, and enjoy a selected dinner in the setting of the historical beguinage of Leuven, followed by live music entertainment, and casino tables with professional croupiers.


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