February 2013 Blog Posts (6)

What it takes to achieve a low cost desktop 3D printer for engineers

The question of when will more engineers use 3D printers may be answered this way—when the price per prototype drops, some say to as far down as less than $1.00 a part. At least that’s what Ezra Zygmuntowicz, CEO, founder, and “hacker” (his words) at Trinity Labs thinks. I met Ezra at the recent MD&M West show in Anaheim, CA. He was displaying his new prosumer 3D printer in the PBC Linear booth.…


Added by Leslie Langnau on February 19, 2013 at 12:46pm — No Comments

Engineering Games For Children

Hello Everybody!

Me and a few friends took it upon ourselves to set up a website dedicated to online engineering type games.

We geared the website mainly for children but I'm sure some of the games on there will question even an adults logic!

We hope you can spare some time to browse through our site, play some games and even share it with your children!

Engineering Games

Added by Gethin on February 12, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments

seeking business collaboration/ acquisition of companies in engg consulting field

seeking business collaboration

We are seeking to acquire or collaborate with medium size engineering consultancy firms in the areas of design and PMC in sectors such as buildings, railways, water , energy, environment . We bring to the table extensive experience in engg design/ DPR & PMC in bridges, flyovers, STP, roads and buildings.

Dinesh Bandiwadekar Mob: 961 954 5460

Associate VP ( Business Development) SNBAPL-TPF Group…


Added by DINESH BANDIWADEKAR on February 11, 2013 at 8:31pm — No Comments

Geomagic Freeform 3D scanning software was used to render the face of King Richard III.

The story of the remains of King Richard III has been in the news lately.  It's interesting that the historical record was fairly accurate.  But did you know that 3D scanning software helped verify some of that historical information?  http://www.makepartsfast.com/2013/02/4951/geomagic/

Added by Leslie Langnau on February 6, 2013 at 6:14am — No Comments

Cost and energy saving tips for the small and micro business

There is much you can do as a small business to save energy and ultimately save yourself money. I’ve put together this article of some of the lessons I’ve learnt along the way through our business journey. Whilst this article isn’t intended to be a full appraisal of a particular approach, I hope it should help give ideas about where you can save money and reduce energy consumption in a small business.


One of the main costs of a small business is the building in which…


Added by Neil Cav on February 4, 2013 at 8:45am — No Comments

Enabling home and remote working for your business

In today’s modern world many people want to be able to work away from the office. This could be for a number of reasons including visiting customers, childcare responsibilities or being unable to come into work.

How is this possible?

For desk-based office workers there are a number of solutions you might consider for this problem, but the first question you need to ask is what do they need to do when they’re away from the office? If they just need to be contactable, then all…


Added by Neil Cav on February 4, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments

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