Reasons Manufacturers Should Use CAD Automation
CAD automation involves using technology, machine learning, and tools to automate pesky automation tasks designers have to deal with. Here are some of the various ways CAD automation can benefit the manufacturing business.
Why You Should Skip Free DNC Software
The benefits of DNC software when it comes to managing your CNC programs, machine parameters, and offsets are well known. As a result, many businesses look to offer some form of DNC software or their own, ranging from thousands of dollars to absolutely free.
Model-based enterprise as a trigger to Digital Transformation
When it comes to industrial and manufacturing design and engineering, here we speak about low paced movement from 2D drawings to 3D models which are definitely more informative, easy-to-use and more adaptable to changes.
Using 3D PDF to Easily Share Your 3D CAD Data
Organisations are having to find new mechanisms that enable their teams to quickly create interactive documentation containing representations of their native 3D CAD data, that can easily be shared with non-CAD users, their customers and wider supply chains.
The Integration of Electrical CAD/CAE for Machine Manufacturing
The right technology and high integration enable a company to increase efficiency and reduce the costs of project and maintenance through the systematic knowledge management.
Case Study: Phase Four Launches Scalable Electric Propulsion (EP) System with Xometry
This innovative California-based aerospace company is revolutionizing space exploration with Maxwell, its mass-producible EP system. Xometry is the manufacturing platform that's bringing its exoskeleton from its 12-page drawing to life.
The Mastercam Quick Part Series: Project-Based Tutorials for Teachers
We recently launched the Mastercam Quick Part Series. The Mastercam Quick Part Series is an initiative to provide free, project-based tutorials for teachers.
How CAD Software Is Evolving for Manufacturers
The software used for computer-aided design (CAD) has significantly changed how manufacturers complete their projects and meet client needs. Here's a look at some changes this evolution caused:
Remedies for Manufacturing of Innovative Industrial Product Design
Maybe, it is not all about innovation; it is about the integration of designs in the right sequential manner that does not hinder the efficiency of new designs.
Onshape Teams Up with Magic Leap for New Spatial Computing CAD App
New product design app to offer live collaborative 3D CAD editing, not just viewing
CAD Essentials for Fabrication at the Tipping Point of Industry 4.0
While the entire fabrication industry is busy integrating IoT with their machines for data, machine to machine communication and intelligible foresight, let us not forget the place of origin for fabrication - concept designing and modeling in CAD
Kiosk Manufacturers Join Hands with CAD Design Support Partner for Profitable Growth
Every industry, from recreation to governmental organization, is adopting the growing trend of kiosks. But what about kiosk manufacturers themselves! What should they embark upon to serve these industries right with the appropriate quality?
Kiosk Manufacturers Should Partner for CAD Design Support and Not for Manufacturing
It is vital for manufacturers not to give away what they are best at, to some third-party contract manufacturing firm and compromise the quality and the experience promise that clients expect. The cost equation thats bothering these manufacturers, however, can be solved by shedding the non-core design tasks while retaining back the control in manufacturing.
ManufacturingTomorrow.com talks Industry 4.0 with Bob Mayer President, IMSI/Design
Industry 4.0 has been called the 'Fourth industrial Revolution, but unlike the first three, this revolution will be implemented at all sizes of manufacturing operations, not just large-scale corporate ones.
Computer-aided Engineering: The Future Is Now
Computer-aided engineering software is a revolution in design and project management. With a full buy-in from senior managers, a company adopting such a powerful program strengthens its competitive position.
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Innovative SWIR camera for UAV based spectral remote sensing
Allied Vision's compact and light weight Alvium SWIR (short wave infrared) cameras are the ideal choice to build cost-effective OEM systems used in embedded and machine vision applications. The cameras support a spectral range from 400 nm to 1700 nm at high quantum efficiencies. This allows to capture images in both the visible and SWIR spectra with a single camera and enables users to reduce overall system costs! Equipped with Sony's IMX990 and IMX991 SenSWIR InGaAs sensors, Alvium SWIR cameras deliver high image quality and frame rates. This makes them well suited for drones or handheld devices used in various industries such as, agriculture, mining, solar cell inspection or medical.