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Rhino UK user meeting 2017 announced

Published 18 May 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cad, design, rendering, rhino, london

The Rhino UK User Group Meeting 2017 has been announced, taking place on 14 June, at The Crypt On The Green, London.

Organised with the help of CAD reseller Simply Rhino, this year’s event sees keynote presentations from Carsten Astheimer, Director of Astheimer Design, a world class transportation design consultancy.

With global clients including Bentley, JLR, Airstream and Joby Aviation, and as a former studio lead at Pininfarina and acting as a design director at Brunswick group, Astheimer’s talk should be something special.

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WATCH // D3D LIVE 2017 - Andy Rahden, Pluralsight - Learning to progress technology

Published 18 May 2017

Posted by Carmen Aquilina

Article tagged with: cad, design, engineering, manufacturing, develop3d live, pluralsight

In this video from DEVELOP3D LIVE 2017, Andy Rahden shares the importance of learning to progress technology in an ever-changing world.

Rahden is the VP of Pluralsight’s creative, design, and engineering business, and gives his views on how people learn in a variety of ways, and how different types of learners utilise different approaches to digest knowledge.

Click here to watch more videos from our 2017 event as they’re uploaded, as well as the entire back catalogue of some of the best talks from past events.

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Axalta unveils new real-time colour configurator, powered by KeyShot 3D

Published 17 May 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: rendering, automotive, keyshot, cpu, viz, configurator

Powered by an 88-core machine, customers can immediately see in real time the the Axalta paint colours

Axalta Coating Systems has announced its new Color [sic] Configurator for its paint and finishes, which runs in realtime using KeyShot 3D rendering technology.

Built for the grand opening of the Axalta Customer Experience Centre - a 36,000 square foot facility, including two state-of-the-art paint applications centers, a collaborative mixing lab, and a showroom where visitors can gain insight into the Axalta coating system technology and visualise the vast array of color options - the interface allows customers to interact with and apply over 1,000 different colors from 9 Axalta color collections.

Powered by an 88-core machine, customers can immediately see in real time the paint colours under different lighting conditions and select options across 36 different cars and truck models.

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First step of a transport revamp? 3D scanning the beat-up existing rolling stock

Published 17 May 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cad, design, industrial design, geomagic, 3d scanning, transport, gom, physical digital, trains

Nothing sums up the grim reality of a British commute than the images of tired, knackered old train carriages, its seats having seen thousands of arses, feet, buckets of KFC and spilled fluids.

In an effort to revamp and redesign the cabins of the temperamental, sometimes-moving lifeblood of British industry, the new designers first needed measurements of what god awful messes they had to work with.

Enter the team from Physical Digital 3D, which scanned the interiors of the existing rolling stock to find out the exact dimensions of the carriages, before considering what design improvements to implement.

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