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Sharpen up those sketching skills with IDRAWMOTOS

Published 13 November 2019

Posted by Al Dean

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Whether you’re into two-wheel transportation or just curious about expanding your sketching skills, this one is going to be of interest. The fine folks at Idraw Creative Goods have teamed up with Dave Mucci of Moto-Mucci (a bike designer and builder that has built a solid reputation in the last few years - we wrote about him a few years back) to put together a set of tutorials, technical guides and other resources in a nice looking manual to help you design motorcycles from scratch, with a good understanding of the basics.

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Siemens boosts metals 3D printing tools with Atlas acquisition

Published 13 November 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: simulation, 3d printing, manufacturing, gpu, cloud, additive manufacturing, siemens, cae, atlas, sunata

Siemens Digital Industries Software has announced it is to acquire Atlas 3D, developers of near-realtime print optimisation and support generation software for direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) 3D printers.

Atlas 3D’s cloud-based Sunata software solves the problems by using GPU-accelerated high-performance computing, which along with a computer processing unit (CPU) to facilitate processing-intensive operations such as deep learning, analytics and engineering applications.

Sunata uses thermal distortion analysis to provide an automated way to optimise part build orientation and generate support structures, allowing the designer, rather than an engineering analyst, to perform the simulations, thereby reducing downstream analysis needing to be conducted via Siemens’ Simcenter software.

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Shining 3D adds more metals 3D printing to its range

Published 13 November 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, additive manufacturing, metals, sls, shining 3d

Exhaust pipe printed in nickel alloy on the EP-M250 Pro

Shining 3D has launched its latest additive manufacturing solution, the dual-laser equipped, 262 x 262 x 350mm build area EP-M250 Pro.

Built for producing medium-sized batch parts, Shining 3D say that it it designed for non-stop operation and has an innovative gas flow management and optimised filter system for a stable building environment.

The company also suggest that it has high material consumption rates, although we’ll have to wait till its full launch later this month to find out more.

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Solvay’s Sinterline range adds Hub predictive simulation software for SLS 3D printing

Published 13 November 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, manufacturing, additive manufacturing, materials, sls, nylon, solvay, sinterline

Hub by Sinterline simulation software

Known for its range of performance polyamides, Solvay’s Sinterline range is adding a new software element to ready users and their parts for serial production.

Hub by Sinterline, is an advanced service platform that includes predictive simulation capabilities specifically designed for additive manufacturing, connecting MMI Technyl Design1 predictive simulation (with its history in injection moulding use cases) for 3D printing.

An upgraded Sinterline Technyl PA6 powder range also boasts that it has the mechanical and thermal performance required to make 3D printing parts a compelling option for functional prototyping and low to medium volume production.

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