Printed Electronics Enable Smart Sensors
August 27, 2018
The United Technologies Research Center and researchers at the University of Connecticut (UConn) are leveraging 3D printing technology to create wear sensors that can let operators know when a machine is damaged.
Additive Manufacturing Users in Focus
The AMUG 2023 Conference continues to build on end user participation to move the industry forward.
Editor’s Pick: Accelerate Multidisciplinary Simulation
Ansys 2023 R1 update focuses on speed and capacity improvements, Ansys says.
UltiMaker Launches the S7 Flagship S-Series 3D Printer
The UltiMaker S7 builds on the S-Series printers, with new features including an integrated Air Manager and a flexible build...
3DEO Launches 316l Stainless Steel
Material is made for medical, aerospace, and industrial markets, company says.
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BETA CAE Systems starts year with new product announcements.
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ReverseEngineering.com 2023 Fusion 360 Faro and Romer Arms add-in allows the users of...
Editor’s Pick: Next-Gen Graphics Processing
NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada Generation available from PNY.
Editor’s Pick: Increasing 3D printing productivity
Formlabs Automation Ecosystem for Formlabs 3D printers are designed to reduce the...