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3D Printed Rapid Tools for Injection Molding

Learn how 3D printed molds can cut turnaround time for your injection molded (IM) prototypes. We will discuss when 3D printed molds are a best fit, material selection and customer stories, as well as process limitations and tips for successful molding.

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The Future of Crash Testing

In conjunction with SAE Government, insurance-company, and manufacturer testing is driving the design of safer passenger vehicles. Although physical, real-world crash testing will likely forever remain part of the validation process, the ideal mix of real-world and virtual crash testing is changing. Advances in autonomous vehicle controllers have made it possible to replicate nontraditional crash test scenarios on a test pad, including vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-barrier, and full-scale vehicle rollovers. Also, increased computing power is enabling more virtual crash testing than ever before—but challenges remain. Data management also takes on increased importance as more virtual tools are used.

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Low Wear and Low Friction: A Comprehensive Approach to Tribological Challenges

In conjunction with SAE In this 60-minute Webinar, a panel of experts will discuss a three-pronged approach to understanding tribology and why it’s critical to successful materials selection. They will also explain how to eliminate noise, friction, and wear when parts move or slide against each other.

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Force Calibration: Common Errors Laboratories Make

This Webinar will cover metrological traceability in relation to force measurement. The Webinar will show the attendee common force measurement errors and the importance of calibrating the instrument in the manner it is being used. By the end of the Webinar the attendee should be able to understand metrological traceability hierarchy and identify potential force measurement errors.

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Advances in Bluetooth Low Energy Technology to Power Wireless Medical Devices

The trend for drug delivery, diagnostic and other medical devices is towards ‘smaller and smarter.’ The devices are focusing on high functionality and intuitiveness, resulting in improved therapy, better compliance and lower patient cost. Wireless connections are making it easier to ensure patient compliance. But, these ‘smaller and smarter’ devices require integrated electronics.

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Design Considerations for Nitinol in Medical Devices

Nitinol, a nickel-titanium alloy exhibits two unique properties: superelasticity and shape memory. Shape memory Nitinol wire can be used to develop implants that may be delivered into the body in a compact shape and activated into their functional form once they have been deployed. Superelasticity occurs at temperatures just above the transformation temperature and allows the material to recover up to 8% strain with a permanent set of 0.5% or less.

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Internal-Combustion Engine Design and Optimization

In conjunction with SAE Internal-combustion engine designers are continually under pressure to reduce fuel consumption and improve efficiency. ANSYS Forte makes use of the industry’s most accurate fuel chemistry and spray models in simulations to predict the impact of multiple engine design attributes on performance, fuel economy, and emissions.

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