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Beyond Basics: Recent Developments in the Use of Aluminum Extrusion in Automotive Lightweighting

In conjunction with SAE International As aluminum and aluminum extrusions find their way into more and more vehicles, engineers are becoming increasingly familiar with the basics of designing with extrusions. At the same time, the limits defined by “the basics” are being stretched in the drive for higher performance and more creative solutions.

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3D Printing Meets Astrophysics: A New Way to Visualize and Communicate Science

3D printing has the potential to considerably improve the astronomical community's ability to visualize, understand, interpret, and communicate important scientific results.

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Simulation of Microfluidic Devices Using COMSOL

Modeling and simulation form a systematic framework for developing and optimizing microfluidic systems. Such simulations often involve coupling multiple physical effects such as single- and multi-phase flow, mixing, dispensing, heat transfer, species transport and diffusion, chemical reactions, surface tension and wetting, electrokinetic effects, and flow interaction with biological material.

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Stratasys Extends Accessibility of Unique Triple-Jetting 3D Printing Technology with the Connex 1,2, and 3

Stratasys' triple-jetting technology is unique, allowing users to build products with up to three base materials in a single run, forming new Digital Materials such as Digital ABS or producing parts in vibrant colors. This technology 3D prints parts in a single, automated build with up to 80 material properties per part, ranging from rigid to rubber-like in a range of vibrant colors and a range of Shore A values producing exceptional final-product realism. The PolyJet Connex technology can create smooth, detailed, accurate molds.

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Ultra-Slow Motion Video for New-Product Designers: Seeing the Unseen During the Testing Phase

Join Frank Mazella, Learning Products Manager, from Vision Research as he provides some insight on utilizing slow motion imaging, with real-world examples and simple techniques, product design engineers can incorporate into the design process, testing for reliability, robustness, and real-life behavior that can determine a product’s success in the market place.

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Dr. David W. Miller, Chief Technologist, NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC

Dr. David Miller began his term as the NASA chief technologist on March 17, 2014. He currently serves as the agency’s principal advisor and advocate on NASA technology policy and programs. Miller, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has also previously worked with a range of NASA programs including the space shuttle, the International Space Station, the JWST Product Integrity Team, and the NASA CubeSat Launch Initiative.

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Engineering Lighter and Faster Industrial Robots by Performing Dynamic Analysis

With improved structural design and control mechanisms, industrial robots have become more popular in manufacturing. And here are the reasons why:

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