Purdue University Uses Machine Learning to Classify Mechanical Objects
November 20, 2020
Purdue University mechanical engineers creates comprehensive open-source annotated database of more than 58,000 3D mechanical parts
Podcast: Is Your Car a Good Listener?
September 23, 2020
Acoustic Simulation Experts from COMSOL and Dassault Systemes Simulia Discuss Audio Analysis in Automotive
Podcast: Desktop Metal AM 2.0, Going Public, More
September 21, 2020
Metal AM hardware maker discusses the technology's transition from prototyping to manufacturing
3MF Joins Linux Foundation: How Will This Change Your 3D Printing Workflow?
August 11, 2020
3MF Consortium's Exec. Director Luis Baldez discusses STL vs. 3MF, benefits of joining Linux Foundation, and more
Fictiv, Xometry Discuss Manufacturing Interruptions from COVID 19
July 28, 2020
On-demand manufacturing service providers urge supply chain shuffling, seeking local partners closer to home.
PODCAST: Shutdown’s Impact on Workstation Purchase, Electronics Manufacturing
July 16, 2020
Lenovo and MacroFab discuss mobile workstation sales and PCB production during the new normal
OVR: Stop and Smell the Roses in VR
June 15, 2020
Company aims to augment VR with sense of smell via its Architecture of Scent system.
Harvey Mudd College Professor on Teaching Robotics, Circuit Design in Lockdown
May 11, 2020
Harvey Mudd College Professor continues teaching circuit design and robotics lab courses under lockdown using take-home Arduino kits
COVID-19 Impact on AR/VR a Mixed Bag: Interview with Lenovo
May 7, 2020
Lenovo Commercial ARVR Lead Discusses Coronarivus Impact on Business, training and remote assistance emerges as solid deployment reasons
Podcast: Digital Engineering News Roundup for Oct. 19, 2018
October 18, 2018
Listen to the top news items for the week of Oct 18, 2018. Altair acquires SIMSOLID, Greenlight Insights hosts Virtual Strategy Strategy Conference, new book contemplates the dreaded AI revolt, and more
Podcast: Digital Engineering News Roundup for Oct. 12, 2018
October 12, 2018
Listen to a brief roundup of this week's top digital engineering news featuring Siemens closing its acquisition of Mendix and its plans to acquire Iray renderer Lightworks; Luxion's release of KeyShot 8, Onshape's preview of an AR CAD-editing app at Leap...
Editor’s Pick: Calculating the cost of binder jet 3D metal printing
ExOne Production Metal Cost Calculator offers a per-part estimate for binder jet 3D printing a precision metal part so users...
Playing Games Saves Lives
VR and gamification improve workplace safety and enhance productivity.
Altair, Rolls Royce Bridge the Gap Between Engineering and Data Science
Partnership will address a wide variety of use cases, including applying AI to engineering test data and simulation.
Formlabs Launches Fuse 1 Production-Ready 3D Printer
Shipping now, the Fuse 1 brings Surface Armor technology, a 70% powder refresh rate and the new versatile Nylon 12 powder to deliver...
Editor’s Pick: Real-time quality assurance for advanced metal additive printing
The new module is Data Analyzer, software for quality assurance and data...
Editor’s Pick: Static-dissipating composite material for electronics additive manufacturing
The material can be reinforced with continuous carbon fiber, creating strong and...
Editor’s Pick: UL Certification for Emissions-free 3D Printing
RIZE calls GREENGUARD Certification “a key safety and sustainability milestone” for the ...
Editor’s Pick: Debuting filament-based stainless steel for additive manufacturing
Forward AM/BASF Ultrafuse 17-4PH is a filament comprising metal powder...