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Siemens Solid Edge trials the Cloud for CAD

Published 18 March 2015

Posted by Martyn Day

Article tagged with: autodesk, siemens plm, siemens, develop3d live, cloud, mainframe2, onshape, frame, siemens solid edge,

A streamed trial of Solid Edge Premium is now available

Solid Edge is experimenting with the cloud by offering a cloud-based streaming 45 day trial version of Solid Edge.

Starting today, on the US Solid Edge trial site and Monday on the equivalent UK Solid Edge site, there will be an alternative 45 day trial option added, which offers the possibility of a ‘streamed’ trial of Solid Edge Premium in addition to the traditional full local download.

The streamed version has access to all the online learning and embedded training and is not feature limited over the download alternative.

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Dell unveils first virtual workstation appliance certified for CAD

Published 18 March 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: nvidia quadro, dell precision, nvidia grid, vdi, virtual desktop infrastructure, virtual workstation

Dell is looking to take the pain out of workstation virtualisation with the new Dell Precision Appliance for Wyse, which it introduced today at Nvidia’s GTC event in San Jose.

It claims firms can get up and running in just five minutes, once powered on, and only limited virtualisation experience is required.

The appliance features all the software and hardware needed to deploy a CAD-focused virtual workstation solution.

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Argos unwittingly sets out to democratise 3D printing via the nation’s housing estates

Published 17 March 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, visualisation, jewellery, argos, configurator, innovate uk, digital forming, trash

Some lovingly created jewellery for the mother of your sixth kid

Argos has blown us away with what it is calling “a collection of inspirational jewellery”, whereby customers can customise and 3D print their nightmarishly twee creations.

The catalogue of consumer dreams is home to renown jewelers Elizabeth Duke, familiar to everyone that owns a sovereign ring with the words ‘Mum’ stamped into it, so where else better to merge high technology with questionable lifestyle choices?

The technology itself is the rather nice configurator from Digital Forming, which allows customers to select accessories from a range of 10 items, and add their own personal touches [“I luv u Shazza” for instance], before producing a questionable render of the product, forming the front end of the retail experience.

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Carbon3D’s CLIP 3D printing technology is faster you’ve ever it seen before

Published 17 March 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, 3d systems, stratasys, technology, carbon3d

Finally launched, Carbon3D’s CLIP 3D printing technology has everyone excited

Carbon3D has finally emerged from the shadows to launch its take on polymer-based 3D printing - and it’s fast, like really fast.

Comparative test figures announced by Carbon3D show it printing the same model it takes over 3 hours to print on an SLA machine, taking less than 7 minutes to build using its technology.

Its Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology (CLIP) harnesses light and oxygen to continuously ‘grow’ objects from a pool of resin instead of printing them layer-by-layer.

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