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3D Printing: Multi-Materials and Vibrant Color

Connex 3D Printing was the first technology to offer multi-material 3D printing. With the Objet500 Connex3, Stratasys launched another first: a color, multi-material 3D printer. Combining three base materials dramatically extends the possibilities — rich, vibrant colors and unprecedented material versatility.

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NASA Ames Simulation Laboratories – Learn How to Test Without the Need to Invest

Whether you’re researching air traffic management concepts, analyzing vehicle design and performance, or evaluating complex systems, now you can do it using NASA’s space-age technology without the cost and headaches of designing, building, and maintaining your own test system.

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Developing the Transition®: Simulation for Composite Structure in a Flying Car

Developing a practical vehicle that simultaneously satisfies road and aircraft regulations to become a true "flying car" presents significant engineering challenges. Yet this is what the team at Terrafugia has achieved with their proof-of-concept vehicle known as the Transition®, which has been flying and driving for the past 2 years. The next generation prototype is currently in development with the aid of simulation packages to allow for rapid design iteration before performing required physical tests.

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SystemC Virtual Platform Creation

Virtual platforms are abstract simulation models that mimic the functionality of a product. A key step in the maturity of virtual platforms was the release of the IEEE standard 1666 for SystemC, a standard selected by the industry as the preferred implementation language. However, many design teams lack SystemC expertise.

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More Power! The Art of Welding With a Handheld Laser Torch

Developed at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) to repair hard-to-reach Space Shuttle engine nozzles, the handheld laser torch is designed for welding and brazing metals. It incorporates various manual controls and changeable lenses to allow the operator to adjust the laser’s power output in real time. The controls and lenses are designed to increase precision, portability, and maneuverability as compared to existing automated lasers and traditional welding techniques such as tungsten inert gas (TIG), metal inert gas (MIG). or gas-tungsten arc welding (GTAW) systems.

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Calculate, Analyze, Document, and Share: Increase Productivity and Improve the Accuracy of Engineering Calculations

Do you risk your most important calculations to spreadsheets? Calculations are the heart of engineering and vital to the success of projects and product design. It is essential to capture calculations in a way that is easy to reuse, analyze, and share with others. This allows you to spend more of your time actually engineering.

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Advanced Thermal Management for LEDs – Practical Solutions When Heat Sinks Aren’t Good Enough

70-80% of the power for LEDs turns into waste heat and higher temperatures degrades their color rendering and operating life. As LED applications require more power, thermal management solutions are becoming increasingly important. Advanced passive thermal technologies including heat pipes and vapor chambers, are finding increasing applications for LEDs because they provide significantly improved heat dissipation and weight and space savings vs. conventional heat sinks. The Webinar will introduce these passive technologies and demonstrate how and when they can be best implemented for today’s challenging LED applications.

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