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Circuits might never be the same again as Nano Dimension unveils DragonFly 2020 3D Printer

Published 13 September 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: prototype, rapid prototyping, 3d systems, materials, electronics, pcb, nano dimension

Nano Dimension has finally launched its larger form factor 3D printer for the rapid prototyping of electronics, which is great news for the fight against the the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) bottleneck for prototypes.

The larger DragonFly 2020 Pro replaces the desktop-sized model that many will be familiar with seeing since the company’s launch in 2012, since then the company has raised millions in funding and appointed former 3D Systems CEO Avi Reichental to its board of directors during a shake up earlier this year.

The DragonFly 2020 Pro prints high resolution ‘trace and space’ with an inkjet deposition system, allowing it to construct a full range of multilayer PCB features – including interconnections such as buried vias and plated through-holes.

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Local Brownies group earns badge of engineering honour

Published 13 September 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: engineering, design, 3d printing, education

A Brownies group from Miskin in South Wales has tackled CAD, 3D printing and fabrication to earn their badges of Engineering Honour.

Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, recently hosted its local group to help them earn the new badge, giving the members a project to design and engineer their own name badges for their uniforms over three sessions.

“By getting girls interested in engineering during extra-curricular activities we hope to get them thinking about the opportunities available in engineering careers,” explained Simon Biggs, Education Liaison Officer at Renishaw. “Other groups are approaching us asking how they can get a new badge in engineering. The prospect of competition has encouraged more groups to ask for sessions at Renishaw, supporting our aim to get more children excited about engineering.”

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Luxion releases new Content Pack for KeyShot 7 

Published 13 September 2017

Posted by Al Dean

Article tagged with: design, industrial design, visualisation, keyshot, textures, aversis, poliigon


Hot on the heels of the KeyShot 7.0 release (see our review here), Luxion is bringing together a set of additional content to help you nail those render projects. Luxion has teamed up with Aversis (a 3D visualisation service) and photorealistic texture developer, Poliigon to bring you some goodies.

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HP Z Workstations redesigned for Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs

Published 13 September 2017

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: hp, workstation, xeon, hp z workstation, xeon scalable

The new look HP Z Workstation - the Z4, Z6 and Z8

HP has completely redesigned its desktop HP Z Workstation family, introducing three new machines that build on the look and feel of the HP Z2 Mini. The HP Z8, Z6 and Z4 workstations also boast brand new technology, including Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs and a six channel memory architecture on the Z6 and Z8, as well as enhanced security and expandability.

All three machines are derived from the same industrial design, which marks a change from the standard angular chassis of older generation HP Z Workstations. HP describes its new towers as having ‘flowing chiseled geometry’ and featuring ‘advanced manufacturing techniques and materials’. The new chassis are not simply designed to look good: cast aluminium handles aid mobility, while redesigned thermal intakes are said to improve air flow.

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