Published: 18/06/2014 | Process type: Design
Three new printers from leading manufacturers
The latest from the DEVELOP3D Blog:
I know it’s been on your mind all day, niggling away at you for hours: ‘how do they decorate lovely fishing lures with such ornate lines?’
Well thanks to Die Stampco, Michigan’s finest, er, die stamp company, we now know.
In this video they explain how it uses Delcam’s ArtCAM to import vector artwork directly into the CADCAM software.
Published 28 July 2014
Posted by Tanya Weaver
As well as seeing sport on the telly for the next two weeks whilst the 2014 Commonwealth Games are under way in Glasgow, you may also come across a ‘sporty’ 50p piece in your wallet.
The UK’s product design agencies have had their part to play in the CommonWealth Games with Glasgow-based 4C Design creating the relay baton and now London-based tangerine has announced its contribution to the Games in the way of small change.
The Royal Mint invited design agencies to design a circulating coin. tangerine beat off over 50 competitors to secure the commission.
The Foundry has revealed that it has cracked time travel and plans to launch a new product, codenamed ‘TIME’, later this year.
Yup, that’s right. Piece of cake.
After years of research, deep in basement of The Foundry’s London HQ, the new technology is fully operational - All that’s needed now is a physical form to house the tech, and that’s where you come in.
Artists and designers that enter the challenge must use MODO to visualise the product ‘TIME’ and/or create a consumer friendly advertisement to sell this groundbreaking technology to the masses.
The Summer edition of DEVELOP3D is now available for FREE DOWNLOAD.
This edition we drive some modern classics at Morgan Motors; peek inside Dell’s Workstation Labs; visit to ‘Chicago’s product design king’ MNML; review PTC Creo 3.0, Autodesk Fusion 360 and HDR Light Studio 4.0, plus all the usual news, reviews and jobs.
The Summer cover story:
We spend a day at the 100-year-old Morgan Motor Company to see how this British manufacturer is marrying traditional craftsmanship with cutting edge technology to create unique cars.