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Altium aims to integrate PCB with SolidWorks design

Published 26 May 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: solidworks, collaboration, altium, pcb design

Altium is looking to bridge the world of product and PCB design with its extension tool for more collaborative design

A new extension for Altium’s flagship PCB design tool, Altium Designer, should help facilitate collaboration between mechanical and electronic design teams with integrated design data.

The MCAD Co-Designer: SolidWorks extension, by integrating directly, should allow for better collaborative process on projects without having to interrupt their existing workflow efficiencies.

Altium suggests that current trends in product design, including connected products, require a more tightly interwoven design process between electrical and mechanical design teams.

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Date for diary - UK to get first Keyshot World event

Published 21 May 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: keyshot, inneo, event

KeyShot World should give users some further tips and tricks on getting the best renders

In partnership with Luxion, software reseller Inneo is to present the UK’s first KeyShot World featuring renowned rendering experts, guest speakers and specialist tech advisers.

Concept artist Marc Goliszek has been announced as the event’s keynote speaker, alongside LA Design’s David Robinson, as they show attendees how to get the most realistic renders.

KeyShot World will take place on 11 June at Inneo’s offices in Wootton Wawen near Birmingham, and offers one of the first opportunities to look at KeyShot 6 showcasing its latest developments, sneak peeks, and some early on know-how.

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Mcor gets detailed with new Iris HD 3D printer

Published 21 May 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, mcor technologies, mcor

The Mcor Iris HD adds better colour definition to its 3D printed parts


New tweaks to the Mcor Iris machine see it add high-definition colour and detailing to its colour 3D prints, as well as new cost savings to its paper-based process.

Built on new algorithms and with a newly designed carbide cutting tip, the Iris HD should offer better full-colour detail and text on 3D printed models - aiming to give a photorealistic appearance around the full geometry of the model.

The latest Mcor technology is said to use less ink, which when combined with the new longer-lasting cutting tip, is said to deliver a 20 per cent reduction in the cost to 3D print a model.

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Date for diary - Autodesk Future of Product Development event, Cambridge

Published 21 May 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: autodesk, plm, event, cambridge

Among the speakers will be furniture manufacturers QFC

Autodesk is holding the latest seminar in its Future of Product Development series free at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, Cambridge on 4 June.

Attendees will get to hear from UK based manufacturers about how they are using the latest technologies to help them get products to market faster and be more competitive, along with some future industry and technology trends as predicted by Autodesk.

Among the speakers will be James Truswell, product development manager for QFC, one of the UK’s leading volume suppliers of upholstered furniture.

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