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Stratasys launches its new EMEA 3D Printing Academy with first training centre in UK

Published 19 October 2018

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, 3d printing, stratasys, additive manufacturing, tritech

The first Stratasys Authorised Training Center in the UK has opened and is the first Academy of its kind in the EMEA region, operated by Stratasys’ platinum partner Tri-Tech 3D.

A varied number of courses on offer look to train 3D printing operators and designers of different abilities, covering key topics such as, ‘how to design for additive’, among many others, while software training with GrabCAD programmes are also featured within the courses.

The UK leads the way, as further Authorised Training Centres across the country are expected to be announced in the coming months, as well as sites in Scandinavia and Benelux.

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Materials realism at core of Keyshot 8.0 release

Published 11 October 2018

Posted by Al Dean

Article tagged with: rendering, visualisation, keyshot, luxion, materials

If you’re rendering sparkly materials, fluids with bubbles or other awesomeness, then this is the release for you!

Luxion has announced the release of KeyShot 8, which introduces a host of new tools and enhancements that aim to provide the advanced features and flexibility 3D professionals to create amazing visuals, while delivering on speed and quality.

While KeyShot built its reputation of providing a very efficient route from CAD data to rendered output, recent releases has seen the company start to introduce more sophisticated control over how both scenes are constructed and how materials, in particular, are defined.

KeyShot 8 continues much of this work adding advanced technology and features such as displacement mapping, materials with embedded flakes and bubbles, volumetric materials including volume caustics, liquid interfaces, interactive cutaways, interactive image colour and intensity curve adjustments, material ways for advanced product configurations, and much more.

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DSM extends its additive materials reach in UK with Europac3D partnership

Published 11 October 2018

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, materials, sla, europac 3d, dsm somos

Europac3D will provide access to DSM materials like Somos Taurus (top) and Somos PerFORM (bottom)

Europac3D has signed a deal to become the latest DSM channel partner in the UK, offering the full range of some 20 SLA 3D printing materials.

The materials are each designed to suit any application, from wind tunnel models to certified medical solutions, with their open-source nature meaning they can be used in most SLA machines.

Headquartered in Crewe, Cheshire, Europac3D has more than 20 years of experience in the field of 3D scanning, printing and installation, serving a range of sectors and more than 500 businesses across the UK.

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Custom specialist Apps now free to create in Comsol Multiphysics 5.4 release

Published 11 October 2018

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: engineering, simulation, cfd, materials, fea, comsol

Comsol has launched the last version of its Multiphysics system which provides a host of improvements and enhancements to existing tools along with two brand new products into the portfolio.

The first of the two new products, the Comsol Compiler, allows users to create standalone Comsol apps, allowing expert users to encapsulate knowledge into easy to use applications that can be used by a much wider range of an organisation’s staff.

Previously, these applications required Comsol licences, but the new compiler allows the creation of executables that include the Comsol runtime, so applications can be distributed without the need for an additional licence.

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