Motion Dynamics Corporation, NuTek Food Science, Olde Thompson, Tower Oil & Technology and Uni-Grip Select Plex Manufacturing Cloud; Motus Integrated Technologies Extends Plex Deployment to New Facilities
By Lindsey Kratochwill for Popular Science: Watching a 3D printer work can sometimes seem like magic--thin filaments slowly build up on top of a platform, turning into parts and figurines. Now, apatent published by aerospace company Boeing introduces an even more futuristic element: levitation. With this method, the object prints while floating in midair thanks to magnets or acoustic waves. A "nugget" or base gets printed first out into space, and then a cadre of 3D printers add more and more of the printing material. But why? Levitation is cool, yes, but it turns out there is also a practical purpose for a floating 3D printed object, at least according to Boeing's patent. The levitating object can be manipulated and turned more so than an object stuck to a platform can be, and using many printheads at the same time would ostensibly speed up the process. Cont'd...
BobCAD-CAM, a world leader in powerful and affordable CAD-CAM software, has launched a new website, http://www.Machinist-ToolBox.com, where CNC machinists can download the popular shop utility, Machinist ToolBox software, free of charge.
Conformal Sensors, Antennas and Circuitry Printed onto 3D Structures Show Real-World Applications
Because cobots are affordable, highly adaptable, and almost plug-and-play, small and medium-sized manufacturers are eager to take on this technology, and some analysts expect that this segment of robotics will see substantial growth.
Lattice3D Announces New Version of Advanced Authoring for Technical Communications and Digital Mock-Up
New Version of Lattice3D Studio Brings Many Usability Enhancements for Technical Illustrations, Support of Windows 10 and New CAD Formats
Cyon Research announces that Andrew Hessel will give the Friday keynote at COFES 2016: The Congress On the Future of Engineering Software, held in Scottsdale, Arizona April 7-10 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort
DS Brand to Launch its New DS 3 by Using Dassault Systèmes' "Virtual Garage" Industry Solution Experience at Geneva Motor Show
Virtual Emotions for New Car Model Discovery
How to Reduce Waste While Ensuring Product Data Compliance
Inventor of Cloud-based Product Lifecycle Management Receives Highest Honor at Design News Magazine's 15th Annual Awards Ceremony
The Jubilant Team of Winjit wins appreciation for their Innovative IOT Gateway at the Illustrious Mobile World Congress, Barcelona
The gateway enables built-in Analytics Services, to Develop solutions and Industry prototypes hence channelizing the best of IoT ecosystem
UL (Underwriters Laboratories), Xilinx, Aicas, PrismTech and other contributors join forces to provide a security and cybersecurity assessment platform for evaluating endpoint, gateway, and other networked components security capabilities
By Jed Kolko for Five Thirty Eight: More and more work activities and even entire jobs are at risk of beingautomated by algorithms, computers and robots, raising concerns that more and more humans will be put out of work. The fear of automation is widespread — President Obama cited it as the No. 1 reason Americans feel anxious about the economy in his State of the Union address last month — but its effects are not equally distributed, creating challenges for workers and policymakers. An analysis of where jobs are most likely to face automation shows that areas that voted Republican in the last presidential election are more at risk, suggesting that automation could become a partisan issue. So-called “routine” jobs — those that “can be accomplished by following explicit rules” — are most at risk of automation. These include both “manual” routine occupations, such as metalworkers and truck drivers, and “cognitive” routine occupations, such as cashiers and customer service reps.1 Whereas many routine jobs tend to be middle-wage, non-routine jobs include both higher-wage managerial and professional occupations and lower-wage service jobs. Cont'd...
A' International Prosumer Products, Tools, and Machinery Design Awards Last Call for 2016 Nominations
A Design Award & Competition Announces its Last Call for 2016 Nominations for A' International Prosumer Products, Tools, and Machinery Design Awards
Today, ZVerse announced it has reached a non-exclusive software reseller agreement with Konica Minolta Business Solutions, U.S.A., Inc. whereby the Konica Minolta sales force will sell access to ZVerse LAYR™, its 2D-to-3D content creation platform. With solutions designed to make creation of 3D printed objects from 2D images trouble-free, ZVerse is making the world's 2D content 3D printable.
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