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Sigmetrix powers new Tolerance Analysis capabilities in PTC Creo

Published 14 January 2020

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cad, simulation, ptc, tech, creo, sigmetrix

A new tolerance analysis extension from Sigmetrix has been launched for use within PTC’s Creo CAD software.

Currently available in both Creo 4.0 M110 and Creo 6.0.3.0., Creo EZ Tolerance Analysis Extension (EZTA) will enable engineers to perform one dimensional tolerance stack-up analyses directly in the Creo environment.

Creo EZTA allows users to import analyses defined in the Tolerance Analysis Extension (TAE) and present the results in the Summary Table and Report functions of Creo.

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Pointfuse powers re-engineering of race plane for electric new 2020 series

Published 14 January 2020

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: solidworks, design, autodesk, 3d scanning, aerospace, pointfuse, pointcloud

A competitor in the world’s first electric plane racing league spoken about how it has re-engineered its existing formula one race plane for the exciting new electric race series.

Air Race-E sees electric planes simultaneously race around a 5km circuit, just 10 meters above the ground and at speeds of up to 450kmh.

Described as ‘NASCAR in the air’, Canada-based Team Outlaw took the approach of adapting its existing formula one racing plane for the all-electric competition.

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Panasonic launches lightweight UHD OLED VR headset

Published 10 January 2020

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, vr, tech, hmd, panasonic

Panasonic’s latest entry into the world of high-end VR HMDs is a paired back form that packs in a lot of punch - bringing High Dynamic Range (HDR) capable ultra high definition (UHD) into a pair of glasses.

With a slight steam-punk/welder/early arctic explorer vibe, the VR glasses are equipped with two micro OLED panels, co-developed by Kopin Corporation and Panasonic, while an optical module newly developed by the pair and 3M Company, allows the display of ‘natural and distortion-free’ images in single focus.

Packing this into such a compact and lightweight design with recognisable glasses-not-goggles shape only adds to the appeal - although we’ll have to wait and see if the design is as comfortable as Panasonic claims without a headband.

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VRgineers XTAL VR headset gets 4K display per eye

Published 09 January 2020

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: rendering, automotive, nvidia, gpu, manufacture, quadro, vr, tech, vrgineers

It’s set up for US military fighter pilot training and top-end automotive designers, but VRgineers latest HMD gives yet another glimpse of the super high-resolution VR future that the professional sector is heading towards.

Optimised for the current crop of super powerful GPUs, such as the Quadro RTX 8000 from NVIDIA, the latest version of the XTAL headset incorporates 8K resolution (4k for each eye) combined with a set of new features that make it one of the most advanced professional VR headset available today.

“Our customers are using the latest cutting edge technologies, so they expect the best from their VR solutions,” said VRgineers CEO & co-founder Marek Polčák.

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