Reduce Manufacturing Costs with Electrical Design, Simulation & 3D Printing

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that are proven to reduce manufacturing costs. 1 How to Reduce Manufacturing Costs with SOLIDWORKS Electrical. Learn how many companies have been able to increase their competitive advantage within their electrical/mechanical design and manufacturing businesses.

Solvay Enables Simulation Solutions for High-Performance 3D Printed Parts with Software Support from e-Xstream Engineering

Additive Manufacturing

Digimat® for Additive Manufacturing will enable designers and engineers to accurately predict warpage and residual stresses of 3D-printed KetaSpire® PEEK parts as a function of additive manufacturing processes, such as fused filament fabrication (FFF). Alpharetta, Ga.,

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Manufacturing Goes on The Cloud

3D Perspectives

Manufacturing on the Cloud Makes Big Data Easy to Manage. Manufacturing applications on the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform work much in the same way. Of course the cloud offers a great repository to keep all of your manufacturing data and applications.

Reduce Manufacturing Costs Events in Western Canada

Javelin Tech Tips

that are proven to reduce manufacturing costs. 1 How to Reduce Manufacturing Costs with SOLIDWORKS Electrical. Learn how many companies have been able to increase their competitive advantage within their electrical/mechanical design and manufacturing businesses.

Join SOLIDWORKS at RAPID + TCT 2019, May 21-23

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The world of manufacturing is changing, empowered with digital tools, businesses are transforming from mass production to mass customization. The Smart Manufacturing Hub features expert presentations focused on top trends and the latest how-to in Additive Manufacturing.

More additive manufacturing systems for production

Leslie's Blog

Some executives believe that the current state of additive manufacturing equipment is too focused on prototyping instead of production. But more companies continue to enter the space of additive manufacturing, especially for metal materials.

Farnborough Q&A with David Ziegler

3D Perspectives

Our team also looks forward to hosting those interested in optimizing manufacturing at our Executive Roundtable on Manufacturing Agility. Industry expert, Anthony Velocci, former Editor in Chief, Aviation Week & Space Technology, said, “The manufacturing landscape is changing dramatically. How do you predict how products will perform before they are manufactured? Special guests also include: Ivan Madera , CEO Morf3D, Tier 1 Additive Manufacturer.

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Atlas 3D’s Sunata™ Software Turns Designs Into Successful Builds…Every Time!

Additive Manufacturing

Plymouth, Indiana — February 22, 2018 —The new Sunata™ software from Atlas 3D ends the trial-and-error guesswork of metal additive manufacturing. The technology group at ITAMCO ( Indiana Technology and Manufacturing Company ) worked with the developers at Atlas 3D to create Sunata.

CRP Technology Launches Windform® RL: “Dare to be Flexible”

Additive Manufacturing

Modena, Italy, March 2017 – CRP Technology , a leader in the field of Additive Manufacturing, launches Windform® RL , the first thermoplastic elastomer material within the Windform® family of materials for professional 3D Printing.

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Announces Scholarship Recipients

Additive Manufacturing

8, 2017 – The Additive Manufacturing Users Group ( AMUG ) today announced the recipients of its scholarships. These individuals are extremely dynamic in their pursuit of additive manufacturing applications and represent the future of our industry. In her application, Ms.

PADT and Stratasys Announce First-of-its-Kind Additive Manufacturing Lab in Colorado, Located at Metropolitan State University of Denver

Additive Manufacturing

Lockheed Martin Additive Manufacturing Laboratory helps students and engineers spur design and creation of composite tooling applications to reduce manufacturing lead times and streamline costs.

Is it Time to Think Differently about 3D Printing?

Design 2 Part News

factor is still strong, but engineers and designers are thinking about 3D printing in new ways, from evaluating its business value to learning the ropes of designing for additive manufacturing. . Photo courtesy of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing. By Mark Shortt, Design-2-Part Magazine.