Altair – The Implant Boom: It’s Now Hip to Replace Your Hip

Additive Manufacturing

This is a dramatic change since many implants used for hip replacements haven’t been designed for active lifestyles. By applying optimization and simulation technologies and methods to a hip implant can greatly improve the longevity and how it performs.

Building innovation using 3DEXPERIENCE on the cloud

3D Perspectives

The ambition to change the construction industry is what drives the young Canadian company CadMakers. Using virtual design and construction (VDC) they help contractors build in a smarter way, by pioneering innovations in building materials, design collaboration and construction processes.

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JEC World 2016 and Dassault Systèmes : Composites Disruptive Technologies

3D Perspectives

JEC World 2016 , the N°1 worldwide Composites Tradeshow which took place in Paris on March 8-10th, 2016 was an exciting opportunity for Dassault Systèmes to connect with Composites users and influencers across Industries. Enable Industrial Adoption of Additive Manufacturing.

Will 3D Printing be the demise of Plastic Injection Molding?

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Some observers of the plastics manufacturing industry, especially those with a vested interest, would like to have you believe that 3D printing is going to be the demise of injection molding. Design changes are simply made to the CAD model. By Denny Scher.

Spotlight on MEMKO: Pushing Collaboration Across the Project Life Cycle to Revolutionize Design and Construction

3D Perspectives

When Miro Miletic began his career with Boeing in the 1990s, the aviation industry was at the precipice of tremendous change. With the 777, Miletic was part of the team to design and build an aircraft using 3D CAD as the master model. Jumping Across Industries.

Canadian Researchers Help Pave the Way for Industrial Adoption of Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

Waterloo, ON, Canada – A newly formed NSERC strategic Network for Holistic Innovation in Additive Manufacturing ( HI-AM ), led by the University of Waterloo’s Professor Ehsan Toyserkani, is working on finding solutions to the roadblocks to broad and sustained industry adoption of metal AM.