Thanks to low operating costs, intrinsic mechanical properties, and the increased production of light vehicles, the global welding products market is set to surge, climbing from $11.82 billion in 2015 to $19.76 billion by 2025.
At St. Jude Medical, ventricle assist devices are developed to improve the lives of patients with heart failure. Numerical simulation is used throughout the design process to characterise diverse concurrent aspects of the design, from thermal effects and fluid dynamics to power transfer.
A model engineer from Cleckheaton has received a helping hand with building his miniature steam locomotives and trams from Yorkshire Laser Fabrication.
Promolding, a Dutch specialist in global design, engineering and manufacturing of high-tech plastic parts and components, increases its prototyping flexibility and slashes injection mould lead times by 93 percent with Stratasys 3D printing.
While the 3D printing or additive manufacturing (AM) movement has taken the world by storm, with applications such as in-space manufacturing, 3D printed aerospace components and on-site military re-supply, quality assurance and rapid process qualification remain the biggest concerns for AM technology.
Dealing with demanding quality and performance targets is daily business at Automobili Lamborghini, these supercars are built to impress.
3D printing has moved from the margins to the mainstream and it is design and manufacturing companies that are really starting to benefit from the unique characteristics of additive technologies, enabling them to reduce the time it takes to bring products to market, says Matthew Aldridge, igus’ managing director.
When French gaming studio Eden Games decided to launch its first-ever mobile racing game the developers were determined to make it as elegant and realistic as possible.
In cooperation with Audi, Henkel has developed an auto body pre-treatment process. The patented two-step process enables surface treatment of multi-metal auto bodies with an aluminum content of up to 100 percent.