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3DPrint.com: Sketchfab Talks 3D Printable Ties

“SketchFab recently spoke to one of their community members working on 3D printable neckties about his interesting design and what went into it. Boris Rabinovich designed the MyTie3D based on a vintage Armani tie pattern that he found appealing. He designed several versions of the MyTie3D, a standard sized tie and a more modern skinny tie […]

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3DPrint.com: Danish Dynamos: Students Make 3D Printed, Manually Powered Lights

“We’ve reported on many student 3D printed projects, from engineering to architecture, and many in the area of design. Teachers and professors have reported that students are apt to become so excited about 3D printing that they become obsessed with the technology, wanting to 3D print everything, even when it’s not truly cost-effective or necessary—it’s […]

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Machine Design: CAD Apps, For When You’re Mobile

“Computer-aided design (CAD) is an essential tool for modern engineers who work in a variety of professional fields. As companies head toward cloud-based computing solutions and the Internet of Things (IoT) reaches all aspects of engineering, mobile CAD programs will become an even more valuable resource. Here is a roundup of popular mobile CAD apps […]

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Put the Kibosh on CAD Upgrades? It Might Be Time to Rethink That Plan.

Keeping up with CAD software upgrades can be a lot more stressful than keeping up with the Joneses. Vendors continue to tempt with releases chock full of new features and extended functionality, but the hassle and hefty expense of upgrading keeps many organizations at bay, making do with CAD tools that have definitely seen better […]

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3DPrint.com: Incredible Fully Functional 3D Printed Motorcycle Unveiled at RAPID 2015

“As the world begins to come to grips over the fact that someone has already 3D printed a fully functional car, and that surgeons from across the globe have been able to successfully implant 3D printed structures into the human body, everyday seems to bring us yet another new surprise from within the 3D printing space. One […]

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EUREKA Magazine: Blade Cuts Compressor Costs

“Lontra’s Blade Compressor, which is its core technology, is a departure from the traditional piston-based systems. Instead of having a linear piston that draws air in on the outward stroke and compresses it on the inward, the Blade Compressor effectively wraps a cylinder in a circle, with a constantly rotating ‘piston head’. A constantly open […]

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Cloud PLM – A Big Return with a Smaller Investment

PLM has proven the “R” in “ROI” PLM is a proven way to deliver top- and bottom-line value. PLM helps if you just want to improve productivity and reduce complexity or if you have big goals to transform the way your company innovates. Either way, there isn’t much debate that investing in PLM drives a […]

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Design News: CAD Moves to the Start of Design

“In the past, the design process began as an idea that turned into a sketch on paper. From there, the design was forged into a physical object — often using 3D printing. Computer-aided Design (CAD) came in later. Now, the product design often begins with CAD drawings, often in 2D. 3D CAD comes later, and […]

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Technology Evaluation Centers: PTC Offers PLM Cloud for Improved Product Development

“PTC recently announced a new product lifecycle management (PLM) software offering, PTC PLM Cloud, catering to the needs of small and midsize (SMB) product companies. This solution leverages the flagship PTC Windchill platform, while simplifying PLM adoption with a flexible subscription offering that matches the team collaboration and product data management (PDM) needs of SMBs. […]

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Cloud for Data Management – The Sweet Spot?

There’s a lot of talk about the cloud in engineering circles and these discussions often split into a couple of different categories. There’s the movement of our design tools into a more cloud-based environment. Whether that’s using a desktop client and synchronizing automatically to a remote server or whether it’s a browser-based geometry wrangling tool […]

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