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w_dsys04c.gif Additive Manufacturing (AM) has historically been closely associated with rapid prototyping applications, which continues to be an important use of AM, but in more recent years, companies have found new AM applications throughout the value chain.
  • The differences among non-AM or traditional Product Design and Development (PDD), Rapid Prototyping (RP) and Digitally Optimal Design (DOD)
  • How using AM for rapid prototyping helps you to compress product development cycle times, reduce costs, enhance the final product's quality and design and better communicate with key stakeholders
  • How designing and prototyping for full AM production with the more emergent concept of Digitally Optimal Design allows for design freedom and simplified manufacturing


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w_dsys05c.gif Although traditional methods for fabricating tooling are still widely used, newer technologies such as Additive Manufacturing (AM) or 3D Printing are helping companies to decrease both development and production costs, shorten lead times and offer opportunities for innovation. Because tooling is often produced in low volumes and in complex shapes, AM is becoming more attractive as a tooling fabrication method.
  • The framework for understanding the four additive manufacturing tactical paths and where tooling applications fit
  • The benefits of integrating AM for tooling - from lead time and cost reductions to improved functionality (specifically the ability to produce complex geometries) and customized part production
  • How applying AM to tooling fabrication improves the efficiency and effectiveness of supply chains and products
  • Real examples of how companies have implemented AM technology and their resulting performance improvements


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  • See what's new and what makes the ProJet MJP 2500 3D printers stand apart from other 3D printing technologies
  • Understand the applications and the versatile set of print material choices available to support your specific needs
  • Hear from John Savage of Engitype and Wade Schin of Valve Software, as they share their early experiences with ProJet MJP 2500 printed parts for the gaming industry


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Dealerscope Today

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We invite retailers, manufacturers and distributors to join our community and find out how we can help you get the news you need first.

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w_masb37c.gif For 2015, we predicted value-based reimbursement, mHealth, 3-D printing and the push for global transparency would drive industry change. As we move further into 2016, we see many of these trends continuing to evolve, and some exciting, albeit challenging, trends beginning to emerge. Non-traditional medical device companies, such as Google and Apple, are entering the space, disrupting the business models of major industry players.

The explosion of consumers interacting with brands on Facebook, Twitter and other social platforms is forcing device makers (and regulators) to get serious about social media, specifically how they engage sponsors, correct misinformation and field off-label requests. Outdated IT infrastructures and increased cybersecurity threats are sabotaging operational and compliance efforts. Beyond all of this is a regulatory environment in an unprecedented state of flux. This white paper contains five trends likely to affect the medical device industry in the near term including how:
  • Non-health care companies will continue to invade the device market
  • Companies that master Social Media will gain a competitive edge
  • 2016 will bring a stronger focus on cybersecurity threat in medical devices
  • Increasing health care/medtech consolidation will expose the need for better IT tools
  • Regulatory turmoil will continue to deepen in the U.S. and Europe


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csec.gif Consulting-Specifying Engineer is a practical, application-oriented magazine that chronicles the changes sweeping across the construction industry. It cultivates an environment where mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineers realize an integrated M/E/P building systems design process for today's commercial, industrial, institutional, governmental and public utility buildings creating more efficient, occupant and environment-friendly buildings.

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PM Engineer

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SDM

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Engineered Systems

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w_dass03c.gif It's now possible for manufacturing to create tool paths in parallel with design so that production is fully prepared once a product's design is released. Learn how CAD/CAM integration is improving the product development process. By enabling a concurrent, collaborative approach to design through manufacturing, product design and manufacturing personnel improve communication and quality, saving time and money.

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evalc.gif Evaluation Engineering has published in-depth technical information to the engineering test market for more than 50 years, serving engineers, engineering mangers, and corporate managers responsible for test and quality of electronic products and systems. EE is a multimedia resource delivering a monthly magazine and digital edition, weekly e-newsletters, e-product showcases, special reports, trade show events, and a comprehensive website to buyers and specifiers of test equipment in semiconductors, medical, communication, RF, microwave, and wireless applications.

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Using different tools for product design (CAD) and manufacturing (CAM) can result in communication barriers and a disjointed workflow. 

By enabling an integrated CAD/CAM approach, product design and manufacturing personnel can improve communication, quality, time to market and revenue. 

In this nine-page white paper, you will learn: 

  • The benefits of CAD/CAM integration
  • How to integrate CAD and CAM with SOLIDWORKS
  • To create tool paths parallel with design


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Gear Solutions

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Rapid prototyping has become a game-changing innovation for designers, engineers and manufacturers. Previously, the process of creating wood or metal prototypes took weeks or months and the cost was often so prohibitive that designers skipped prototypes entirely and went directly from CAD to tooling. 

This resulted in design flaws that were not identified until manufacturing began, leading to expensive re-work and lost time. 3D printing now provides a cost-effective, revolutionary solution. 

This white paper will explain the top five reasons to integrate 3D technology into your product development lifecycle, including cost savings, higher efficiency, better integration and improved designs. 



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