Printed Pet Prostheses Project
September 20, 2016
The CAP Project connects injured pets with designers who can provide 3D-printed prosthetics and assistive devices.
Printing Bigger and Cheaper with the Multi-axis Process
The evolution of additive beyond planar printing may completely change what’s considered normal for manufacturing.
NVIDIA Ada Lovelace RTX GPU Arrives for Designers and Creators
RTX 6000 GPU provides performance improvement in enterprise workflows; global manufacturers to ship starting in Q4.
Supermicro Delivers 2nd-Gen NVIDIA OVX Computing System
System built for 3D collaboration, Metaverse and digital twin simulation.
Nextech AR Launches AI-Powered SaaS Software Platform
Toggle3D is a standalone web application enabling product designers and 3D artists to create, customize and publish 3D models...
Editor’s Pick: High-speed thermoplastic sintering platform
Nexa3D QLS 820 is an “automation-ready, open materials platform” designed for high-volume...
Editor’s Pick: Multiphysics simulation to prepare for part sintering
With the Desktop Metal Live Sinter upgrade, the goal is to create ...
Editor’s Pick: Improvements for automated CFD workflows and design optimization
Flow Science’s FLOW-3D (x) 2022R1 offers users a platform to...
Editor’s Pick: Connect CAD and business systems
Autodesk Fusion 360 Manage with Upchain features a modular set of product data...