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Handling the Top 5 Design Challenges with Virtual Prototyping

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bentin P Gnananesan Oct 31, 2011. 7 Replies

THIS WEEK'S QUESTION from SOLID PROFESSOR

Started this discussion. Last reply by João Lopes Mar 29, 2010. 1 Reply

 

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Bentin P Gnananesan replied to Larry Boulden's discussion Handling the Top 5 Design Challenges with Virtual Prototyping
"Design became simpler with these modern tools, CAD, CAM, FEA and prototyping."
Oct 31, 2011
Product Design Engineer replied to Larry Boulden's discussion Handling the Top 5 Design Challenges with Virtual Prototyping
"I use rapid prototyping all the time and it's become an invaluable tool to quickly and inexpensively test the functionality of products I design.  From a business standpoint, however, you'll have to do quite a bit of volume to…"
Feb 5, 2011
Caren Vay replied to Larry Boulden's discussion Handling the Top 5 Design Challenges with Virtual Prototyping
"Hi Larry, it is interesting that you mentioned this. A topic about the reliablity of multi-disciplinary optimisation in the design process was featured not so long ago in the EnginSoft…"
Jan 13, 2011
Jamie Gearig replied to Larry Boulden's discussion Handling the Top 5 Design Challenges with Virtual Prototyping
"The is a huge market for Rapid Prototyping with additive manufacturing.  I am very new to industry but have quickly learned that this technology is rapid improving and be used with so many applications.  The possiblities are…"
Jan 12, 2011
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Jan 4, 2011
Jack DePasquale replied to Larry Boulden's discussion Handling the Top 5 Design Challenges with Virtual Prototyping
"Thanks for your input."
Apr 27, 2010
Scott McCafferty replied to Larry Boulden's discussion Handling the Top 5 Design Challenges with Virtual Prototyping
"Hi Jack, there is a strong market for this type of work and I'm sure folks engaged in the discussion might be of help with specifics....my 2 cents would be to start with your current customers and ask them about projects. Secondly, consider…"
Apr 27, 2010
Jack DePasquale replied to Larry Boulden's discussion Handling the Top 5 Design Challenges with Virtual Prototyping
"I have been considering purchasing a 3d printer. Is there much of a market for rapid prototyping, where can I get info on the potential market for this type of work? These machines are not very expensive anymore, but I would like some data as far as…"
Apr 27, 2010

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Bimba to Introduce Electric Actuators

Posted on March 11, 2010 at 10:52am 0 Comments



Come April, well known and respected fluid power company Bimba will

introduce a line of electric actuators. And this jaded old editor

might be forgiven for thinking they're pretty excited about it, with

language like this in the draft press release:

“This is our most exciting new product launch in more than 10

years,” said Scott Meldeau, Bimba's VP Sales and Marketing. “Now

we can meet our customers' electric actuation needs with the same

value for which… Continue

Manageable 3D modeling for Waterjet Machining

Posted on October 21, 2009 at 12:02pm 0 Comments

As a user, how do you handle the challenge of upgrading your CAD system from 2D and DXF to a modern 3D modeler with capability to import major types of native CAD models from outside systems? And how would you handle this challenge if you were installing the new CAD modelers on dozens of waterjet machining systems for outside users?



That's the challenge faced when Flow Corp. realized that their existing software fell short of new needs. Designed years ago, the existing CAD software… Continue

ARC says Control Valve orders, backlogs go south

Posted on September 11, 2009 at 9:22am 0 Comments

Need control valves? This may be a good time to order. Because nobody else is, right now.



According to the authoritative Automation Research Corp., control valve suppliers face "precipitous drops" in control valve orders and declining backlogs. The worldwide market for control valves will decline over the next two years but is expected to rebound in 2011 according to a new ARC Advisory Group study.



The dynamics of the global control valve market have changed dramatically… Continue

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At 12:21pm on February 1, 2011, fazou kerouani said…

Hello, I’m an engineer in the electrical energy’s exploitation and I honestly know few, comparing what I see here, but I would like to be part of your group, maybe I finally find my path in this huge and very interesting world of technology. So if you think you can shear some of your knowledge with a new member as I am, you know what to do.

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At 2:17pm on January 7, 2009, Lourdes Rios Salazar said…
Thanks Larry and Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful holiday season with your family and friends. Let me know if you need anything for now. I look forward to working with you in 2009.
At 1:47pm on January 7, 2009, Eric Knappenberger said…
Welcome Larry! (and thanks for everything thus far)

--Eric @ SmileyHanchulak
 
 
 

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