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Connex3: The Versatility Standard in 3D Printing

The white paper “Connex3: The Versatility Standard in 3D Printing” explores how the Connex3 series of multi-material, multi-color rapid prototyping systems from Stratasys can accelerate your product development process.

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Project Ivy: Exploring Spatially Situated Visual Programming

The availability of embedded, digital systems has led to a multitude of interconnected sensors and actuators being distributed among smart objects and built environments. To explore how spatial and contextual information can facilitate the authoring of intelligent environments, Autodesk introduces Ivy, a spatially situated visual programming tool using immersive virtual reality.

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Continuous Engineering for IoT

IoT solutions, as you know, are systems of systems that involve components designed and built by various teams using multiple technologies and deployment platforms. IBM suggests that you can boost your development practices to include the teams and components using the IBM IoT Platform on Bluemix: planning and tracking, change and configuration management, systems engineering, requirements, designs, and software development.

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Volkswagen Autoeuropa and Ultimaker: A 3D Printing Story

Volkswagen Autoeuropa uses 3D printing to reshape its workflow. The facility 3D prints manufacturing tools that are used daily on the assembly line in an effort to trim costs and slash lead times from weeks to days.

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Materialise World Summit 2017: “Additive manufacturing reshapes everything.”

Andreas Saar, vice president of manufacturing engineering solutions at Siemens, presented at Materialise World Summit 2017 to share his company’s adoption of additive manufacturing and how it has already aided the company in transforming the manufacture of gas turbine blades, as an example.

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