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Wake Forest researchers create microscopic model of the human body

3D Printing Industry

Researchers at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) in North California have 3D bioprinted a microscopic model of the human body containing most of the vital organs.

Lazy Manufacturing: Making Things Using Less Energy

A friend took a broken part of his old boat out of his pocket. “Can you fix this?” ” he asked me. It was a complicated aluminium die-casting from the cold. The post Lazy Manufacturing: View the entire article via our website.

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What’s New in SOLIDWORKS Visualize 2020

The Solidworks Blog

SOLIDWORKS® Visualize is truly a timesaver. Engineers and designers love it because Visualize enables all stakeholders, especially executives, marketing, and other non-engineering personnel, to get a crystal-clear idea early in the design process of how the final product will look.

Selecting a Solution for IoT Remote Monitoring (webcast)

Tech Clarity

What should manufacturers look for in a solution to digitalize and transform service through IoT remote monitoring? What can they do to change the relationship they have with their products and customers to increase business value for themselves and those using their products?

3D Medical Applications

Held in Baltimore, Maryland, this event will bring together thought leaders, experts, engineers, doctors, researchers, and regulators in the many medical methods for 3D technology.The 3D Medical Applications conference is the most comprehensive, game-changing, meeting of minds for the future of 3D in healthcare.

New biomaterial discovery enables 3D printing of vascular structures

3D Printing Industry

A new study, published in Nature Communications, details the 3D printing of graphene oxide with a protein which can organise into tubular structures that replicate vascular tissues. The research is led by Professor Alvaro Mata at the University of Nottingham and Queen Mary University of London.

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Russian Cats Walk Again with 3D Printed Titanium Prosthetic Paws

We’ve seen cats with 3D printed artificial knees, using 3D printed wheelchairs, and even 3D printed prosthetic legs for cats, but this is a first for me – a Russian. The post Russian. View the entire article via our website.

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Getting Started with Production Manufacturing

3D Innovations

Production manufacturing is the creation of components and final products on a large scale intended for sale.

UK start-up Additive Flow launches AM optimization software FormFlow

3D Printing Industry

Additive Flow, a UK-based optimization software developer, has formally introduced its AM optimization software FormFlow.

Interview with BCN3D CTO Eric Pallarés

There are a lot of startups in 3D printing and a lot of established companies developing 3D printers, but there is only one BCN3D. Born from a foundation, BCN3D quietly. The post Interview with. View the entire article via our website.

GrabCAD Features Manufacturing Notes

Modern Tech

With the many improvements to GrabCAD Print over the last year, one of the most notable is the addition of Manufacturing Notes. This add-in allows the user to add notes to the faces of parts to be 3D printed.

Are Purpose-Built Schematic Programs Faster Than Generic CAD?

The Solidworks Blog

Are purpose-built schematic design programs really much faster than generic CAD?

SUTD and NTU collaboration yields reversible 4D printing

3D Printing Industry

A collaborative research project between Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has resulted in a 3D printed material changing its shape and back again numerous times without any electrical input.

Is 3D Printing a Threat to Forging?

If you close your eyes and meditate hard enough, plunging yourself into a deep transtemporal trance, you may be able to conjure up your ancient ancestors wielding a mighty hammer. The post Is 3D. View the entire article via our website.

TriMech Cloud Primer: What is Your Role in the Cloud?

Modern Tech

The cloud is very much a commodity these days. For years, we have been using the cloud to store files that are safe from local penetration (like fires, water damage, theft, etc.),

3D Academy | Encourage Your Young Inventor

3D Innovations

Last week we had the pleasure of watching our client, Cassidy Crowley, 11 year old inventor of the Shark Tank hit The Baby Toon , accept the Hawaii Venture Capital Associations award for “Student Entrepreneur of the Year”.

AMUG Conference 2020 preview: who to see at the upcoming conference

3D Printing Industry

Later this month, the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) will return for the 2020 edition of the annual meeting.

3DPOD Episode 21: 3D Printing at Scale with Xometry’s Greg Paulsen

Today Max and I speak with Xometry’s Greg Paulson again. This time we talk about scale in 3D printing. With manufacturing and real production seen as the new 3D printing. The post 3DPOD. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3dpod Greg Paulsen podcast podcasts xometry

Running a smarter factory with 3DEXPERIENCE

3D Perspectives

When Kobelco Construction Machinery invented its first electric excavator in 1930, it facilitated construction work. For 90 years, the company has continuously supplied new and optimized products, such as hydraulic excavators and crawler cranes, to their customers around the globe.

The Critical Business Issues that High Tech Companies need to focus on

Javelin Tech Tips

Understand the opportunities and threats that high tech companies face in their industry, and learn how to solve them. It is a very exciting time for the high tech industry. Companies have a lot of opportunities to innovate with options such as smart and connected products.

Due Pi Greco expands from prototyping to production with Stratasys Carbon Fiber 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

Due Pi Greco, an Italian product development service provider, has leveraged FDM 3D printing technology from Stratasys to expand its use of additive manufacturing from prototyping to production.

A Star Wars Fan Receives an R2-D2 3D Printed Bionic Arm And A Call From Mark Hamill

Open Bionics is a company located in Bristol, United Kingdom, that develops affordable and assistive devices to enhance the human body. Founded by Samantha Payne and Joel Gibbard in 2014, The. View the entire article via our website.

Top 11 Features in SOLIDWORKS 2020: Flexible Rigid Components

Modern Tech

Rigid flexible components are one of the most talked-about additions to SOLIDWORKS 2020. With this feature, you can visualize the movement of your design like never before. Things like springs, living hinges, cables and bellows come to life. SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD Top 11 Features in SOLIDWORKS 2020

SOLIDWORKS PDM Hide When Sibling Parallel Transition is Chosen

Javelin Tech Tips

What does the option “Hide when sibling parallel transition is chosen” do in SOLIDWORKS PDM? Hide when sibling parallel transition is chosen. This option hides transitions after a commitment is made to enter a parallel transition.

INTERVIEW: AMFG CEO Keyvan Karimi on the importance of connectivity in the AM workflow

3D Printing Industry

Headquartered in London, AMFG provides software that will help move industrial 3D printing to production. Specifically, the company has developed a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) and workflow automation software for additive manufacturing.

Materialise and Sigma Labs to Combine Technologies for QA and 3D Printer Development

Known in the additive manufacturing (AM) industry for its quality assurance software and hardware products, Sigma Labs has made steady progress in proliferating its QA technology across AM. View the entire article via our website.

Launching The New Model Mania 3DEXPERIENCE Challenge

The Solidworks Blog

Two Model Mania® challenges were held at 3D EXPERIENCE World 2020 in Nashville, and I had the honor of introducing the new 3D EXPERIENCE Challenge. If you don’t know what Model Mania is, check out this article first.

Welcome to Tech-Clarity from Julie Fraser

Tech Clarity

Julie Fraser here, and if you came in through Iyno Advisors, let me explain why I’m so excited to be part of Tech-Clarity now.

Vericut software used to simulate Thermwood’s LSAM hybrid 3D printers

3D Printing Industry

CGTech, a California-based CNC machine software developer, has partnered with Indiana’s Thermwood Corporation to simulate both the additive manufacturing and subtractive machining capabilities of Thermwood’s Large Scale Additive Manufacturing (LSAM) technology. LSAM machines leverage both additive and subtractive manufacturing heads to produce its large scale thermoplastic parts. Combined with CGTech’s VERICUT simulation software, the partners […].

Sweden: 3D Printed Cellulose Nanofiber Aerogels for Industrial Applications

Researchers in Sweden are digging deeper into the world of 3D printing and the ever-expanding, accompanying science of related materials. Their findings are outlined in the recently published. View the entire article via our website.

Beyond BIM Symposium 2020 – A Vision for the Future

3D Perspectives

#BeyondBIM2020 aims to showcase examples and provoke discussion on how to improve collaboration across the design and construction community. Building Information Management (BIM) is well established as a technology and process to improve the collaboration and design of buildings.

SOLIDWORKS Visualize 2020 supports glTF Export for Extended Reality

Javelin Tech Tips

Developed by the Khronos Group, glTF™ (GLTF Transmission Format) is intended to be an efficient, inter-operable file format with minimum file size and run-time processing by apps.

Siemens Mobility further invests in Stratasys 3D printers for 30 year rail maintenance project

3D Printing Industry

Having previously utilized Stratasys’ 3D printing systems to fabricate spare parts for the German and UK rail industries, Siemens Mobility Services has increased its investment in Stratasys’ 3D printing technology to expand its rail maintenance operation in Russia. Two new industrial-grade Stratasys Fortus 450mc 3D printers will be used for spare part production to support […].

3D Printing & Laser Cutting: New Approaches for Fabrication of Shape-Changing Displays

Aluna Everitt recently submitted her thesis, ‘Digital Fabrication Approaches for the Design and Development of Shape-Changing Displays,’ to the Faculty of Science and Technology at Lancaster. View the entire article via our website.

30 on 3D: Using the FixWizard in Materialise Magics

Purple Platypus

In this edition of 30 on 3D, Senior R&D Engineer, Peter Montgomery, discusses the FixWizard in Materialise Magics. The FixWizard is a tool that our Purple engineers often use when looking at geometry, to understand what’s going on in a file. First, load a part into Magics.

Experience the Future of Energy & Materials Today

3D Perspectives

[link]. From Experience and the Minds of Innovators Comes Modern Life. Energy and materials forms the basis for life, providing the raw materials for infrastructure for our cities and industry, electricity for our homes, and fertilizers for our food.

SOLIDWORKS Visualize 2020 supports IES Light Profiles

Javelin Tech Tips

The Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) has defined a file format which describes a light’s distribution from a light source using real world measured data.