Archives for 3D printing
As the most important global location for CAD-CAM technology companies in the world, Boston was the perfect place for Dutch 3D printer company Ultimaker to set up shop. In this feature, we talk to John Kawola, President of Ultimaker North America, about 3D printing and how it is transforming design and engineering industries.
Part 2 of our show reports from the 2018 AIA National Convention and Expo in NYC. In this report, we introduce three new companies brand new to the AIA show—each offering innovative new technologies useful for practice. From 3D printing of models to powerful and simple rendering to a super little Bluetooth color reading device that saves color data to the cloud.
PTC Creo to get deep integration with Materialise’s Build Processor software technology stack to improve 3D printing.
Autodesk celebrates one year of “future of making things” in its innovative Autodesk BUILD Space in Boston.
Formlabs of Boston is a globally leading 3D printer manufacturer targeting designers and engineering professionals working with 3D digital content. The company has now gained ex-Autodesk CEO Carl Bass for its board.
The planned collaboration with Autodesk is strategically collaborated with Foundry Group, enabling them to meet growing customer demand worldwide.
Vectorworks gains its first dedicated 3D Vectorworks plugin for 3D printing via a partnership with 3YOURMIND, a Berlin-based software developer focused on the 3D printing software market.
This will be the last crossgrade/upgrade offer for LightWave 2015 before the next release of the software, which will introduce a new pricing program for LightWave.
SIGGRAPH WEEK 2015: LightWave 3D Group offers free 90-day LightWave 2015 Full Feature Trial Software
During SIGGRAPH Week 2015, artists and animators can now fully test the robust features of LightWave 2015 of LightWave 2015 for 90 days without any limitations. Additionally, the LightWave 3D Group kicks off a new series of free Quick Start LightWave 2015 videos to familiarize artists with its many features.
Autodesk has many excellent sessions this week at SIGGRAPH. The exhibit kicks off today and runs through 13th.
Autodesk just rolled out their July product update for Fusion 360 that demonstrates how rapidly Autodesk is innovating in the cloud-based CAD space. The notable improvement is in their team collaboration and they also added a new “Make” pane in the toolbar, providing access to new fabrication tools, including a new integration with Protolabs’ quoting service.
Fisher Unitech will now be offering the popular Makerbot 3D printer line to their customers, expanding offerings and widening their customer profile.
Project Ignite is a learning platform available to students of all ages that was created specifically to bring the essence of the Maker Movement to the classroom. The program includes free design software, step-by-step projects as well as hardware purchasing options, including 3D printing and electronics kits.
Global local 3D printer “connector” company published report on most popular 3D modeling formats sent to the agency for 3D printing jobs. Report hints at global popularity of CAD and 3D softwares.
Architosh reviews the latest version of IMSI/Design’s TurboCAD Mac Pro 8. Since 2006 the company returned to the Mac CAD market with its leading TurboCAD product lineup and the native Mac code-based versions offer compelling solutions at various levels of the low to mid-level CAD space. Powered by the power Spatial ACIS geometry modeling kernel, TurboCAD Mac Pro 8 offers many new modeling features plus rendering, workspace/workflow and much more.