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Break Out of the Mold with 3D Printing

The Star Rapid Factory, located in Zhongshan, China, has experience in 3D prototyping and moldmaking for part production. Image courtesy of Star Rapid.

Though 3D printed mold making does have limitations, it offers great potential for improving product cycles from design to fabrication.

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How Light-Weighted Airplane Seats Can Save Airlines $200 Million

Andreas Bastian shows off how lightweight the new seat frame really is.

No normal airplane seat frame: this one has been light-weighted using lattice and surface optimization, meaning an algorithm in Autodesk’s Netfabb software produced the geometry to meet specified design goals.

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Design for Additive Manufacturing

Design for Additive Manufacturing

For additive manufacturing to be a catalyst for true innovation, engineers will need to venture outside the rules of traditional assessment frameworks and understand AM’s strengths, design constraints and trade-offs.

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Stand Behind STEM/STEAM Programming

STEM projects build on the natural curiosity of children while teaching the scientific method, engineering, physics and biology, and let kids try on careers at an early age.

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The SMB Case for Simulation

ETA’s Accelerated Concept to Product Process includes design, development and CAE analysis that can reduce both cost and development time. Image courtesy of ETA.

Small companies have more affordable simulation and computing options than ever to help them benefit via faster time to market.

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