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D3DLIVE Speakers: Mark Barrow, NX Business Development, Siemens PLM

Published 21 February 2012

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: nx, plm, siemens plm, develop3d live, d3dlive, mark barrow

Mark Barrow has spent the last four years at Siemens PLM working with the NX product portfolio, assisting customers across industries ranging from Formula 1 to consumer products to enhance product development processes through use of the latest technology.

Prior to joining Siemens, Mark spent over 10 years working in the UK SolidWorks reseller channel fulfilling a variety of roles including implementation, support and pre-sales manager.

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We’re announcing the speakers gradually over the coming days for DEVELOP3D LIVE, which takes place on the 20th March at Warwick University, although many of our magical confirmed presenters can be found here.

Expect concise and informative talks on design, tools, and what to expect in the future - no dull sales pitches, no companies on stage talking about dull things because they paid to - it’s an event based around DEVELOP3D - a living embodiment of what makes you and thousands more love the magazine. And it’s FREE to attend. But register now, as space is limited.
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New Z1 - HP’s all-in-one workstation for CAD

Published 20 February 2012

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: visualisation, hp, nvidia, workstations, hewlett packard

On the inside: unlike other all-in-ones, you can tinker with the Z1 and upgrade using HP’s tool-less system

Lacking the usual bombast of a product launch, HP has ushered in its new Z1 workstation from from behind a veil of secrecy, revealing an all-in-one solution that packs professional power.

Set for an April release, HP’s integrated answer to an overcrowded desktop, the 27” Z1 is billed as “power without the tower”.

With all involved hushed up for over two years during its development it was easy to sense the relief at the launch event in Las Vegas; with a space-saving design and an array of features HP also seemed prepared to tackle the looming elephant in the room – namely Apple’s iMac.

This is it: your desktop can really be this uncluttered (honestly!)

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D3DLIVE Speakers: Chris Sherwin, Seymourpowell head of sustainability

Published 20 February 2012

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: industrial design, sustainability, develop3d live, d3dlive, seymourpowell, chris sherwin

With 15 years of experience of sustainability in design, Chris Sherwin is a specialist in linking environmental and social responsibility with innovation, product and packaging design and marketing.

He recently joined global design and innovation consultancy Seymoupowell to lead their sustainability work, but has previously held roles in brand marketing consultancy Dragon Rouge, as Head of Innovation at Forum for the Future, plus worked client-side in Philips and Electrolux.

With experience of working on sustainable innovation and design projects with [deep breath…] The Tetley Group, Cadbury, General Mills, Mars, PepsiCo, Boots, BT, BASF, SC Johnson, LG, Samsung, Heinz, UK Technology Strategy Board, Unilever, P&G, Johnson Matthey, Interfaceflor, Sony Ericcson, O2 and BP, he is a recognised leader on sustainable design and innovation, and holds a PhD in this area, titled ‘Innovative Ecodesign’, from Cranfield University.

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We’re announcing the speakers gradually over the coming days for DEVELOP3D LIVE, which takes place on the 20th March at Warwick University, although many of our magical confirmed presenters can be found here.

Expect concise and informative talks on design, tools, and what to expect in the future - no dull sales pitches, no companies on stage talking about dull things because they paid to - it’s an event based around DEVELOP3D - a living embodiment of what makes you and thousands more love the magazine. And it’s FREE to attend. But register now, as space is limited.
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DEVELOP3D February

Published 17 February 2012

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Article tagged with: magazine, february

We’ve been busy bees this month, with the February edition of DEVELOP3D creating a buzz about DEVELOP3DLIVE - the design and manufacturing conference to swat all others. We’ve also been talking a lot about bees (hence the references) and the updating of traditional beekeeping tools. Elsewhere there’s a review of KeyShot 3.0; how schools are teaching CAD; a rowing shoe for champions, plus all the best news, features, reviews and jobs.

The February cover story: Great feat

Rowers – professional and amateur alike - no longer have to put up with shoes that are either too big or too small thanks to an innovative one size fits all design solution.

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D3DLIVE Speakers: Blake Courter, SpaceClaim Co-Founder

Published 13 February 2012

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: industrial design, spaceclaim, develop3d live, d3dlive, blake courter

Blake Courter is a founder of SpaceClaim Corporation, where he helps product development organisations make 3D more accessible to all engineers, its aim: to let every engineer to work in 3D without having to be a CAD expert.

An avid solid modeller, he’s likely to have some strong opinions on the direction of the CAD market and what should be happening in the future.

Blake started his career at PTC, where he held a range of product management and business development positions. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Princeton University in 1996.

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We’re announcing the speakers gradually over the coming days for DEVELOP3D LIVE, which takes place on the 20th March at Warwick University, although many of our magical confirmed presenters can be found here.

Expect concise and informative talks on design, tools, and what to expect in the future - no dull sales pitches, no companies on stage talking about dull things because they paid to - it’s an event based around DEVELOP3D - a living embodiment of what makes you and thousands more love the magazine. And it’s FREE to attend. But register now, as space is limited.
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D3DLIVE Speakers: Tom Kurke, Geomagic, COO

Published 10 February 2012

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Geomagic COO Tom Kurke’s talk will be bringing IP issues in digital documentation into focus.

Can you copyright a manufacturing assembly? Can you patent a sculpture? Who “owns” public spaces? Do you have the right to manufacture replacement jigs for a production process you did not create? What rights exist in public buildings?

He’ll be looking at relevant intellectual property concepts and then walk you through the nuances of IP law as it applies to objects and scenes to be captured and how changes might impact the future of design.

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We’re announcing the speakers gradually over the coming days for DEVELOP3D LIVE, which takes place on the 20th March at Warwick University, although many of our magical confirmed presenters can be found here.

Expect concise and informative talks on design, tools, and what to expect in the future - no dull sales pitches, no companies on stage talking about dull things because they paid to - it’s an event based around DEVELOP3D - a living embodiment of what makes you and thousands more love the magazine. And it’s FREE to attend. But register now, as space is limited.
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D3DLIVE Speakers: Mark Sanders, Principal of MAS Design

Published 09 February 2012

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, develop3d live, d3dlive, mark sanders, mas design

Mark Sanders is the Principal of MAS Design – a product design and engineering consultancy established in 1984. He was an early graduate of the Industrial Design Engineering (IDE) course at the Royal College of Art/Imperial College, and has followed the same holistic design principles in business. He is now a visiting tutor on the IDE course and runs MAS Design from a self-built home/office/workshop.

MAS design specialises in integrating engineering and industrial design. Its product portfolio includes a wide range of award-winning patented products; from kitchen tools to operating tables, industrial valves to folding bicycles (including the Strida and IF Mode), many of which are exhibited and sold worldwide. By combining engineering and industrial design, MAS Design is able to undertake projects in their entirety – from pre-concept stage through to production. Most projects involve a high level of innovation and usually result in at least one patent.

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We’ll be announcing the speakers gradually over the coming days for DEVELOP3D LIVE, which takes place on the 20th March at Warwick University, although many of our magical confirmed presenters can be found here.

Expect concise and informative talks on design, tools, and what to expect in the future - no dull sales pitches, no companies on stage talking about dull things because they paid to - it’s an event based around DEVELOP3D - a living embodiment of what makes you and thousands more love the magazine. And it’s FREE to attend. But register now, as space is limited.
DEVELOP3DLIVE.com


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