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Inspiring discoveries were around every corner at the ASME Additive Manufacturing + 3D Printing Conference & Expo this August. Check out seven of the coolest sights.
More manufacturers are moving toward high-power ultrafast lasers for their machining needs—especially femtosecond lasers, where the temporal pulse lasts only a few femtoseconds.
The 2015 DSC Conference will be held October 28-30 in Columbus, OH. This event provides a setting for discussion of cutting edge dynamic systems and control research, with a mechanical engineering focus.
University of Texas in Austin professor Joe Beaman helped develop the selective laser sintering process back in the '80s. He says additive manufacturing is still waiting on its breakthrough moment for industry to universally embrace it.
August 31, 2015
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Low-cost 3D printing is just one of the new tools giving rise to a new generation of do-it-yourself lab instruments for citizen scientists.
August 18, 2015
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This is a back-to-back offering of “Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing Fundamentals” (PD570), which focuses on the latest ASME Y14.5-2009 Standard and “Applications and Tolerance Stacks” (PD561) which teaches one how to apply GD&T and perform tolerance stacks.
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This conference (MSEC2016), hosted by Virginia Tech, June 27 – July 1, 2016, in Blacksburg, Virginia will highlight cutting edge manufacturing research in technical paper, technical presentation, poster, and panel sessions. Abstract submission deadline: Dec. 1, 2015.
August 28, 2015
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Additive manufacturing is a natural fit with crowdsourced design, which draws on the collective brainpower of the online engineering community to solve complicated engineering problems.
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Model-based engineering will come, say most experts, because of the promise of cost and time saving, but when is a tough question to answer.
Manufacturing is of fundamental importance to the economic strength and national security of the U.S. In this recorded webinar, ASME Foundation Swanson Fellow Dr. Gloria Wiens addresses the game-changing U.S. federal government initiatives.
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This committee will work to create a broadly accepted standard or guide that incorporates international practices and symbology to enable product definition digital data sets for Additive Manufacturing (AM) for use on a global basis.
This journal features cutting-edge research in the multi-disciplinary area of engineering for industry, including computer-related manufacturing; design for manufacturing; expert systems in manufacturing and more.
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