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Multi-tasking ZMorph CNC Set offers options with a warranty to back it up

Published 12 February 2016

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, cnc, cnc machine, poland, zmorph

At $1,790 with a 12 month warranty, the ZMorph is likely to turn some heads

ZMorph’s latest release is the hybrid CNC Set, built to meet the needs of prototypers needing to cut, engrave and mill materials, while offering a variety of other tool heads that can transform the machine into a dual-extruder 3D printer or laser engraver.

With a working area of 250 x 235 x 85 mm on a solid plywood table base, the design is said to offer security during CNC milling while making it ‘30 per cent less expensive’ than similar desktop machines.

The Set includes the latest model of ZMorph 2.0 S Hybrid 3D Printer mounted with a CNC PRO Milling toolhead, while 8 specialist toolheads are available from the online store, varying from a single filament extruder, to a thick paste extruder, to an experimental 5-axis toolhead.

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Manufacturing sector confidence drops, with technology demands playing a part

Published 12 February 2016

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: manufacturing, pwc

Customer demand is shaping the way industrial manufacturers operate

Industrial manufacturing CEOs are adopting a more customer-centric strategy in response to market shocks and the growing skills gap, a PwC global CEO survey has reported.

Changes in the market are also being attributed to the effect technology is having on the sector, with 89 per cent believing clients have an impact on their organisational strategy, making them the industry’s most influential stakeholder group.

“We believe there’s a more fundamental shift going on: from a globalised world to a more divergent and multi-polar one where technology is transforming the expectations of manufacturing customers and stakeholders,” claims Cara Haffey, PwC’s UK industrial manufacturing leader.

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Materialise metals 3D printing take to the stage across 10 cities

Published 11 February 2016

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, materialise, metals

Materialise’s metals 3D printing lecture tour will visit 10 European cities

Materialise is set to host a series of seminars on Metal 3D Printing in 10 European Cities, beginning in Sheffield on 18 March.

A leading provider of 3D printing software, and solutions, as well as certified manufacturing services, the company aims to educate engineers and designers on the added value of metal 3D printing.

The tour is part of Materialise’s 3DP Academy, a series of half-day workshops providing in-depth information on technologies, materials and applications for 3D Printing.

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ESI acquire big data visual analytics specialists Mineset

Published 11 February 2016

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: visualisation, big data, esi, mineset, machine learning

ESI has acquired Big Data and machine learning software company Mineset

In a world of rising demand by companies for IoT tools and Industry 4.0 solutions, ESI has acquired Mineset from Silicon Graphics International (SGI), for “providing transformative processes for design and manufacturing”.

A visual analytics platform that integrates advanced visualisation with machine-learning technology through a Cloud-based web browser interface, the product has been specifically designed for non-programming professionals.

As a big data visual analytics and machine-learning specialist, it is hoped that the acquisition of Mineset will complement ESI’s recent integration of Picviz Labs - now ‘Inendi’ - and its technology for big data mining.

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