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How Embedded Data Recorders are Changing Crash Testing
As production of THOR continues to ramp up, labs are trying to get everything prepared and in place for the transition.
Customized Parts Reduce Noise for Cyclists
Inventor turns to igus for parts that produce quieter, maintenance-free ride.
Crash Test Dummies Get Older, and Better
Adaptive and Markforged help Humanetics create a 3D-printed “elderly” model with use of crash test dummies.
DFM is a Path to Radical Profit Gains, not Just “Manufacturability”
Real-world examples of returns from early costing projects.
Frontloading CFD Is a Win for Business
Being able to simulate flow and heat analysis in our projects helps us show customers early in our relationship how our product design suits their needs and do so in detail.
HP and Jabil Aim to Transform Manufacturing with 3D Printing Solutions
HP invented the commercial laser printer in 1980 and followed with the first thermal inkjet printer four years later. These breakthroughs transformed the printing industry and established HP as a major game-changer.
Rolls Royce Works with Student Team to Create 3D Printed Jet Engine Model
3D Hubs Student Grant finalist JetX represents a team of aerospace engineering students working with Rolls Royce to create the world’s first functional 3D printed jet engine model that will provide instant design feedback.
TuPOD, a CubeSat Developed by CRP USA, Has Successful Mission
CubeSat, a TubeSats deployer, was developed via additive manufacturing using Windform XT 2.0 composite material.
Moldex3D Helps Synventive to Simulate Advanced Pin Movement
Synventive Molding Solutions manufactures hot runner systems for the plastics injection molding industry. Its activeGate Technologies are a line of control systems that give molders using valve gated hot runner systems control beyond the on/off ability of conventional valve...
Skullcandy Chooses Eckel to Build Anechoic Test Chamber
Test chamber project helps strengthen Skullcandy brand’s R&D capabilities.
Front-End Loader Linkage Durability Analysis Using Load Input from True-Load
Acer Achieves Quality Surface Finishes with Moldex3D DOE
Acer used Moldex3D DOE (Design of Experiment) analysis to examine possible defects and achieve optimum gate design and process conditions.
Siemens Power & Gas Uses 3D Multiphysics-Based Virtual Prototyping
Future of Making Things
Port of Rotterdam’s RAMLAB and Autodesk pioneer ‘on-demand’ additive manufacturing for ship repair, providing a glimpse into the future of making things.
Reverse Engineering and 3D Printing for Motorsports
Wiring in racecars is becoming more and more complex and power units are made up of several parts that need to be integrated into the final assembly.



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