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KIT researchers are developing a process with which, for the first time, mirrors with a reflection of more than 99 percent can be printed in variable sizes
Caracol has introduced thermal monitoring and Infrared (IR) cameras on our #LFAM technology, to deliver zero-defect production and the best properties on final printed parts.
For real-time geo-registration, Oversight uses a physical engine and digital twins to make image matching algorithms more agnostic to variations.
Here, the additive nature of the process means that the production process is environmentally friendlier and does not involve etching chemicals. Furthermore, the digital nature of the patterning (inkjet printing) means that designs can be changed faster.
The best designs must consider all available opportunities to reduce costs at the outset. We give some common sense guidelines that can make a difference in your bottom line.
Your PCBA prototyping success hinges on adhering to a comprehensive final checklist. Taking these five steps before your manufacturer begins work improves your chance of success.
The initial project for the digitalised development of control surfaces for future aircraft wings has now been successfully completed at the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) Virtual Product House (VPH).
A student article proposing a CMOS detector with concurrent in-phase coupling to achieve high-quality images using THz imaging systems.
If you are printing with engineering-grade FFF materials, it is very likely that you need to dry your filaments before using them. This article will give an overview of your filament drying options, as well as their advantages, and their drawbacks!
If you're seeing wispy "hairs" when printing with PLA filament, follow these troubleshooting steps to fix the problem.
Online Manufacturing is alleviating the problem of material price fluctuations - enabling companies to focus on innovation.
Do you need to dry your printing materials prior to processing? Why? The Drywise team has conducted a number of tests on Nylon filaments to determine how necessary it is to dry your filaments. The results might surprise you!
An integrated system in which vision technology, robotics, and motion control are connected in one process brings automation to manufacturing.
3D printed in a single pass, these objects demonstrate the potential for lenticular lens surface technology
Modeled in software before being printed on a commercial 3D printer in a single pass, these "lenticular objects" from MIT show different imagery depending on the angle at which they're viewed — for everything from exercise form feedback to secret messaging.