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MIT Researchers Create Materials with Reconfigurable Surface Texture Using 3D Printing

MIT Researchers Create Materials with Reconfigurable Surface Texture Using 3D Printing

Researchers at MIT have developed an innovative 3D printing method to produce soft materials having surface textures that are controllable by squeezing. [More]
MTI Systems Adds Automatic 3D CAD Feature Recognition to Cost Estimating Software

MTI Systems Adds Automatic 3D CAD Feature Recognition to Cost Estimating Software

Today, MTI Systems Inc., a leading developer of cost estimating software solutions for manufacturers, announced the release of Costimator® With 3DFX, an automated feature recognition (AFR) function that recognizes CAD features and their parameters from solid models. 3DFX provides estimators complete control over features they “extract” and import into Costimator for estimating. [More]
Researchers Discover the Best Kind of Rubber for Reliable Reproduction

Researchers Discover the Best Kind of Rubber for Reliable Reproduction

University of Leicester researchers have that for reproducing textured surfaces, rubbers with a more fluid formulation are more reliable than those that are thick and sticky. [More]
Castrol EDGE Fuses Video Games Technology and Real World Driving Experience in Titanium Trial Driving Challenge

Castrol EDGE Fuses Video Games Technology and Real World Driving Experience in Titanium Trial Driving Challenge

Castrol EDGE has premiered its latest Titanium Trial driving challenge, featuring Formula Drift professional Matt Powers driving his Roush Stage 3 Mustang whilst wearing a state-of-the-art Oculus Rift Development Kit 2 headset: blind to the real world around him, but fully-immersed in a rapidly changing 3D virtual world. [More]
Materialise Releases Latest Mimics Innovation Suite

Materialise Releases Latest Mimics Innovation Suite

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, global 3D Printing pioneer Materialise announces the launch of the latest Mimics Innovation Suite, including the Mimics® 18.0 and 3-matic® 10.0 software solutions. The new and improved tools increase user-friendliness, reduce segmentation time and make design and modeling even more realistic. It’s also possible to 3D print the results in full color. In addition, the visualization capabilities have been expanded with a fluoroscopy view and virtual X-ray simulation. [More]
EXTEND3D Release New Version of 3D Projection Software for Automotive Manufacturing

EXTEND3D Release New Version of 3D Projection Software for Automotive Manufacturing

EXTEND3D GmbH has introduced a new release of the Werkzeug 3D projection software for worker guidance. The focus lies on applications in car body manufacturing like stud and bolt welding. Still several other, already ... [More]

Brush Group Optimises Turbogenerator Design with Ansys Multiphysics Solutions

The Brush Group, the largest independent manufacturer of turbogenerators in the world, is boosting performance of its generators for gas, steam and hydro-turbine drive applications by leveraging ANSYS (NASDAQ: ANSS) mult... [More]
Hosokawa Micron Use Airflow Dynamics Simulation To Optimise Downflow Booth And Workstation Design

Hosokawa Micron Use Airflow Dynamics Simulation To Optimise Downflow Booth And Workstation Design

Leaders in containment technology, Hosokawa Micron Ltd, are now offering customers the opportunity, at design stage, to accurately check, how the placement of objects, equipment and operatives in their downflow booth may affect airflow patterns and containment all important to the achievement of critical OELs. [More]
3Dponics Set to Introduce Next-Generation 3D-Modeling Tool, 3Dcreative.ly

3Dponics Set to Introduce Next-Generation 3D-Modeling Tool, 3Dcreative.ly

3Dponics Inc. is set to launch 3Dcreative.ly, a next-generation 3D-modeling tool that features a number of new and exciting functionalities that give users complete creative control over their digital files. [More]
MIT Researchers Develop Tissue Simulant Gels to Protect Brain Against Severe Impacts

MIT Researchers Develop Tissue Simulant Gels to Protect Brain Against Severe Impacts

MIT researchers are producing novel synthetic polymer-solvent gels known as tissue simulant gels, which simulate the response of real, natural tissues. [More]