3D Printing News Briefs: May 25, 2018

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As you head into the weekend, we’re bringing you all of the latest business, materials, and software news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. Xaar announced a new executive, Wipro 3D was. View the entire article via our website.

VR Gets Real with 6-Ft-Tall 3D Printed Space Cockpit

3D Printing Industry

Launched at Art Market San Francisco, Ganske’s AVR Project is a VR flight simulator/cockpit sculpture that joins 3D printing, AR, VR, 70s space colony concepts, and a 90s pastel palette into a stunning “hybrid sculpture and virtual reality experience.”

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REAL 2016 – I Get 3D Printing, But What’s the Deal with Reality Computing?

3D Printing Industry

I’ve been away from 3DPI for a while because I was asked to Co-Chair REAL 2016, a unique 3D technology event happening on March 8th and 9th at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco. By Andrew Wheeler.

My Very Little Part in the Largest Ocean Cleanup in History

The Solidworks Blog

This system has been in the design and testing phase in multiple forms before it now was launched from San Francisco Bay. That way the construction simulates a coastline, which prevents plastic from entering the open sea.

New Meets Nature: Can Modern Engineering Preserve the Natural World?

The Solidworks Blog

Now a team of industrial designers and engineers based in San Francisco is getting to the root of the issue. offers complete 3D software tools that let you create, simulate, publish, and manage your data. Yikes.

Boom Supersonic and Dassault Systèmes Partner to Advance the Development of Overture, History’s Fastest Commercial Airliner

Additive Manufacturing

Tailored for product innovation by small OEMs and startups, “Reinvent the Sky” offers scalable access to digital design and simulation applications in a single, secure, and standards-based environment. hours and from Tokyo to San Francisco in 5.5

How drones are helping Japan overcome a labor shortage

3D Perspectives

a San Francisco company that uses its own specialized drones to create extremely accurate land surveys, which is working with Komatsu. “To Then, the data is used to run simulations of each stage of work. By Catherine Bolgar.

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SOLIDWORKS Sponsorship for FIRST Robotics Teams

The Solidworks Blog

SolidWorks Simulation for engineering analysis and simulation  to test your design in a real-world environment. SolidWorks Simulation Premium for stress, thermal, fatigue, structural design optimization. SolidWorks Flow Simulation for flow analysis.

SOLIDWORKS World 2017 Day One Recap: Experience the New, the Next, and the Never Before

The Solidworks Blog

100+ teams from around the world are competing to build a train that can travel from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 35 minutes. Topology optimization is a technology that creates a close connection between simulation and geometry generation.

Travis Fitch Brings Superpatterns to Light

Shapeways Blog

There is so much dynamism to reality that doesn’t exist inside a computer — how light and shadows behave, the weight and feel of materials, their movement in space and time — no simulation or rendering can compete with this.

New Meets Nature: Can Modern Engineering Preserve the Natural World?

The Solidworks Blog

Now a team of industrial designers and engineers based in San Francisco is getting to the root of the issue. offers complete 3D software tools that let you create, simulate, publish, and manage your data. Yikes.

Guest Post: SWW: The Magic of Design

CAD Fanatic

Currently, products are created with a “design and validate” process – meaning designers create what they believe is the best design for their product and then use simulation to validate the model. Would You Trust Your Life to SOLIDWORKS? The Magic of Design at SOLIDWORKS World 2017.

The Future Of Manufacturing As Told In Four Objects

Design 2 Part News

At its Pier 9 workshop space in San Francisco, Autodesk engineers built this swingarm, which attaches the rear wheel to the frame, by combining traditional manufacturing methods and 3-D printing. By Bruce Upbin, Forbes. Fungus buildings. Algorithmic chairs. Germ-fighting iPhone cases.

“Brilliant” Innovation for “Brilliant” Parts

Design 2 Part News

Brilliant minds, machines, and factories (will be) seamlessly connected,” said GE Global Research’s Joseph Salvo, during a speech at the 2014 Solid Conference in San Francisco in May. By Rebecca Carnes, Design-2-Part Magazine.