New Home of Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute

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President Obama announced yesterday the selection of an Illinois consortium led by UI Labs, a nonprofit research and development group led by the University of Illinois, to lead the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDI). The National Digital Engineering and Manufacturing Consortium, one of the partners will help firms to leverage high performance computing (HPC) for modeling, simulation and analysis (MS&A).

Oberg Industries and Swanson School of Engineering Extend Additive Manufacturing Research Partnership

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Established in 2016, the agreement capitalizes on the Swanson School’s faculty expertise in computational modeling and design optimization with Oberg expertise in complex tooling and precision machined or stamped metal components.

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3D printing upgrades joint replacement

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San Diego surgeons are using custom guides and models to make their work more precise. On a recent morning, Dr. Heinz Hoenecke of La Jolla used his laptop to make minute adjustments to a three-dimensional model of a patient’s shoulder. Simulating cuts.

Making Cities Bigger and Better

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Modeling technology can simulate “what if” scenarios. By Catherine Bolgar. By 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities , the United Nations Human Settlements Program forecasts.

Making Cities Bigger and Better

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Modeling technology can simulate “what if” scenarios. By Catherine Bolgar. By 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities , the United Nations Human Settlements Program forecasts.

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3D Systems Redefines Digital Dentistry and Enables Enhanced Patient Care

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Additionally, models need to be shipped back and forth between the lab and the dentist’s office where the patient will make an average of five visits to be fitted for the device. When we worked with a milling center to produce models, each one cost us $30.