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U of T’s Blue Sky Solar Racing design team impresses in Australian competition

University of Toronto’s Blue Sky Solar Racing is an undergraduate design team that designs, builds, and races solar powered vehicles. Their goal is to compete in the bi-annual Bridgestone World Solar Challenge across the Australian Outback, and in October they did it in a big way! The race brought some challenging winds and weather along…

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Desktop Metal Fiber automated fiber placement.

Introduction to the new Desktop Metal Fiber Printer

With the ability to print parts that are as strong as steel, yet as light as aluminum, Desktop Metal’s Fiber ™ printer is bringing high-end carbon fiber manufacturing to the desktop. Exceptional strength using mirco automated fiber placement In this on-demand webinar, Konstantine Fetfatsidis, Vice President of Composite Products for Desktop Metal, talks about Fiber™,…

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Artec Leo in action

Integrating old and new: a step-by-step guide in using 3D technology for custom automotive parts

When Javelin’s Rob Greer needed to add a few little luxuries to his recently acquired 1969 Chevrolet Suburban pickup truck, he knew exactly how to go about it: 3D printing a custom automotive part. The truck, nicknamed “The Burb,” required a few updates. Rob wanted to replace the two seats, which were not original, and…

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Human ancestors 3D scanned using Eva

Artec Eva ventures deep underground to scan newly discovered human ancestor homo naledi

The largest find of fossils of Homo naledi, a human ancestor previously unknown to scientists, has been 3D scanned with Artec Eva This story started with an unexpected, yet a breakthrough discovery of 15 fossil skeletons of an extinct species of hominin (human ancestor), provisionally named Homo naledi. As soon as Professor Lee Berger from…

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Additive manufacturing tooling
February 5, 2020 Toronto, ON 9:30 AM - 9:55 AM

Challenge the Constraints of Traditional Manufacturing Seminar

3D printing empowers manufacturers to produce advanced functional and durable parts. Supporting high requirement applications with efficiency-improving build complexities that are not achievable through traditional means. Presentation Overview Traditional approaches to manufacturing are no longer the only way you have to bring your product to market. It’s time to think differently about manufacturing. In the…

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February 4-6 2020 Toronto, ON Varies

Advanced Transportation Manufacturing Summit (ATMS) – Toronto

Advanced Transportation Manufacturing Summit (ATMS) brings together AEROSPACE and AUTOMOTIVE OEMs, top tier suppliers, component manufacturers, services and solutions providers through a unique B2B forum. The event will feature a focus on advanced manufacturing solutions and will begin with a full day of conferences on ‘Industry 4.0: A Roadmap to Adoption’. Why you should attend: DISCOVER the 3D…

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helicopter door handle

Plyform Composites s.r.l utilise l’impression 3D pour placer plus haut la barre de la production aéronautique

Le besoin de vitesse et de qualité Basée à Varallo Pombia, Italie, Plyform s.r.l. est spécialisée dans l’utilisation de matériaux composites avancés pour la fabrication de pièces destinées à des applications industrielles. L’entreprise exerce ses activités dans divers secteurs industriels, mais possède un savoir-faire particulier dans le domaine de l’aéronautique. En fait, Plyform est l’un…

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helicopter door handle

Plyform Composites s.r.l uses 3D printing to raise the bar for aerospace production

The need for both speed and quality Based in Varallo Pombia, Italy, Plyform s.r.l is an expert when it comes to utilizing advanced composite materials to manufacture parts for industrial applications. The company operates across a range of industrial sectors, with a particular expertise in aerospace. In fact, Plyform is one of the main suppliers…

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