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Job of the week: Mechanical Engineer - Singer Instruments - Roadwater

Published 07 May 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: jobs, job of the week, medical, singer instruments

Job of the week: Mechanical Engineer - Singer Instruments

Job Type: Permanent
Software Packages: SolidWorks
Location: Roadwater, Somerset

This is an exciting opportunity to join the technical team at Singer Instruments, manufacturers of robotics for laboratory automation.

Singer Instruments’ in-house resources include a CNC manufacturing team; full-stack software development team; LEAN, clean-room assembly environment; established MRP; dedicated supply chain.

However it has one major weakness - time-to-market - so they’re recruiting for another engineer to join the technical team, and thrive in the dynamic buzz of driving new products to market.

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Altair investment in FluiDyna points to future for GPU-based CFD simulation technology

Published 07 May 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: engineering, simulation, industrial design, cfd, cae, fea, altair, msc, hyperworks, rtt

FluiDyna’s technology uses Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) as massively parallel processors

Altair and German company FluiDyna, a developer of native GPU-based fluid dynamics, have announced collaboration plans to develop GPU optimised Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) applications.

For computational intensive disciplines like CFD, FluiDyna’s technology uses Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) as massively parallel processors, offering the benefits of being less expensive, faster and more energy efficient than Central Processing Units (CPUs).

In addition to a new virtual wind tunnel technology later this year, Altair will be the exclusive worldwide reseller of FluiDyna’s ultraFluidX and nanoFluidX CFD technologies, as well as providing via its Altair Partner Alliance program to HyperWorks clients.

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New pricing and V-Ray support for CL3VER 3.0

Published 07 May 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: autodesk, visualisation, cloud, mobile 3d, mobile working, viz, mobile, cl3ver

CL3VER lets users create, publish and share interactive 3D presentations on any web browser on PC, Mac and Mobile.

CL3VER has announced changes to its c​loud based platform for interactive 3D presentations, including further V-Ray materials support and new pricing from $50 per month.

A HTML5 and WebGL web-based solution, CL3VER lets users create, publish and share interactive 3D presentations on any web browser on PC, Mac and Mobile.

CL3VER 3.0. supports V-Ray materials and is able to export from Autodesk 3ds Max ‘with a single click’.

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Shapeways community takes off with 3D printed accessories for latest DJI drones

Published 06 May 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, 3d printing, shapeways, uav, customisation, drones, dji, camera, olympus

An official tie-in means the Shapeways community is able to design custom parts for DJI drones, such as the new Phantom 3, to be 3D printed

Online 3D printing bureau and community, Shapeways, has partnered with drone designers DJI in what it’s calling the first major brand support of the maker community.

The community has created cradles for iPhones to aid the control of the drone’s camera, lens hoods and landing leg extenders, all 3D printed.

The announcement comes soon after DJI has launched its latest model, the Phantom 3, which has drone enthusiasts and photographers excited - with this extending now to the maker community.

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