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From Prototype to Cutting-Edge Consumer Design
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5/20/2016  Post a comment
Consumers expect their devices to do a lot more than simply work.
Top 10 States for Engineering Jobs
Blog 
5/19/2016  8 comments
Are you an engineer who is looking for a job? Here are the 10 states where you will have the best luck.
More Game-Changers in the World of 3D Printing
Engineering Materials 
5/19/2016  Post a comment
HP's industry-changing 3D printing announcement for commercial-scale end-production wasn't the only news of note at RAPID 2016 this week. Here are six more game-changing software and hardware news items, plus some videos explaining HP's technology.
How ‘One Thing’ Made National Instruments Into a Billion-Dollar Company
Electronics News 
5/18/2016  4 comments
Forty years after starting National Instruments Corp., co-founder James Truchard can trace the company’s vast success back to a single idea.
New Drawing App Costs Less Than a Latte
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5/18/2016  Post a comment
Siemens PLM has introduced a sketching tool with a pen-on-a-napkin feel.
HP Launches 3D Printing Production Tech & Open Materials Market
Engineering Materials 
5/17/2016  4 comments
HP has launched its long-heralded Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology for commercial-scale end-production, plus an ecosystem to go with it. The package could change the entire industrial market for making end-products with additive manufacturing. At the very least, it will be game-changing.
Digital Twin Includes All the Product Data Ever
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5/17/2016  4 comments
Like Industry 4.0 and IoT, the term "digital twin" describes a collection of existing technologies that have become inextricably tied together.
7 Steps to Debugging With a Serial Viewer
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5/16/2016  Post a comment
Here's how you can set up a serial viewer to help you debug your embedded system code.
3D Printing Makes Possible A Methane-Fueled Mars Lander
Engineering Materials 
5/13/2016  1 comment
Getting different types of spacecraft to Mars may require multiple fuel types. NASA is using 3D printing to try out a rocket engine turbopump design that can handle both liquid methane and liquid hydrogen propellant.
Integration of Design Software Gets Hot
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5/12/2016  Post a comment
Design software platforms from multiple vendors are now integrating to make the design process simpler for users.
Developing a Scalable Firmware Development Environment
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5/11/2016  Post a comment
Selecting the right combination of tools and environment for a scalable development environment can be difficult when surrounded by customized tools.
5 Tips to Avoid Common FMEA Mistakes
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5/10/2016  Post a comment
Too often Failure Mode and Effects Analysis issues occur because simple guidelines and best practices were not followed throughout the entire development process. Learn to avoid missteps with these five tips.
3D Printing Database Creators Invent Material/Machine Datasets
Engineering Materials 
5/9/2016  1 comment
The creators of the free, searchable Senvol Database have begun issuing a new set of industrial additive manufacturing and 3D printing tools for engineers wanting to use additive technology for end-production: datasets for AM material characterization.
Maplesoft and SolidWorks Become the Latest Design Software Blend
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5/9/2016  Post a comment
Maplesoft has become a SolidWorks Certified Solutions Partner, thus integrating the two companies' software.
Engineers, Thank Your Mothers
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5/6/2016  4 comments
You didn’t become an engineer on your own, junior.
How to Build an Arcade Machine For All Your Favorite Video Games
Gadget Freak 
5/5/2016  1 comment
Do you long for the days of retro video gaming? Here's how you can turn an old PC into an old-school arcade cabinet with only $100 and a bit of woodwork.
The World’s Most Dangerous Device Is …
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5/4/2016  32 comments
In today’s connected world we are seeing the beginning of connected homes, smart grids, self-driving automobiles, drones, and many other amazing devices. Out of all the soon-to-be connected devices, which device poses the greatest dangerous to its users and society?
Seeking Global Consensus on IIoT Standards
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5/4/2016  Post a comment
There is a new cooperation between the Industrial Internet Consortium and Plattform Industrie 4.0 to explore the potential alignment of their two architecture efforts: the Reference Architecture Model for Industrie 4.0 (RAMI4.0) and the Industrial Internet Reference Architecture (IIRA).
7 Skills Every Engineering Grad Needs to be Successful
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5/3/2016  5 comments
The problem with a four-, five-, or six-year degree is that they don’t teach engineers the soft skills required to have a successful career. Here are seven skills that every engineering graduate needs to be successful.
Roadmap for Autodesk A360 Focuses on Data-Driven Collaboration
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5/3/2016  Post a comment
Design teams are operating in a business environment that increasingly requires them to collaborate and share data across extended teams, multiple organizations, and widespread locations. Autodesk’s customers are looking for a solution that eliminates project bottlenecks, such as the time-consuming and error-ridden process of shuttling design reviews and revisions back and forth among team members.
Lock Your Home With Energy Harvested from Your Smartphone
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5/2/2016  1 comment
A Finland-based company has introduced what it claims is the first smart door lock that can be powered from energy harvested from a mobile device.
9 New 3D Printing Technologies: Composites, Metals & Multimaterials
Engineering Materials 
4/28/2016  Post a comment
This slideshow includes several versions of multi-materials machines, two different composites processes including one at microscale, and two vastly different metals processes. Potential game-changers down the line include three microscale processes.
Cybersecurity Is Top Concern of IEEE Members
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4/28/2016  Post a comment
Members of the IEEE Computer Society name cybersecurity as the top technology affecting their industries.
CAD in the Cloud Increases Performance and Relieves Administration Headaches
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4/28/2016  Post a comment
Hosted CAD or PDM systems is an emerging technology that offers many advantages over traditional on premise workstation CAD configurations and is making many companies rethink how to deliver future CAD software solutions.
Best Paying Bachelor's Degrees? Engineering, By Far
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4/27/2016  6 comments
PayScale.com ranked the top 15 salaries for bachelor degrees, and 13 of the highest-paid degrees are in engineering.
UL and EOS to Teach Users 3D Printing/AM Best Practices
Engineering Materials 
4/27/2016  Post a comment
UL is partnering with metals additive manufacturing (AM) supplier EOS to provide AM training to EOS's customers. It's designed to promote correct usage of AM technologies by OEMs and others in manufacturing.
Prince: Legendary Musician, Advocate of STEM
STEM Connection 
4/26/2016  5 comments
In the wake of the legendary musician's death, information is coming forward that Prince was an advocate of green technology and was a major backer behind an organization that teaches underprivileged children how to code.
Boeing-Inspired Golf Club Helps Win the Masters
Electronics News 
4/25/2016  1 comment
In his recent victory at the US Masters tournament, golfer Danny Willett unknowingly received an assist from an unexpected source -- The Boeing Co.’s computational fluid dynamics software.
Under Armour’s 3D-Printed Training Shoe Breaks Barriers
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4/20/2016  2 comments
The UA Architech is a 360-degree performance training shoe that features a functional 3D-printed midsole and 3D ClutchFit auxetic upper design that creates a “super-hybrid” trainer.
Oculus Rift Teardown: Repairable VR for the Masses
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4/18/2016  Post a comment
The team at iFixit takes apart the long-anticipated, consumer-ready Oculus Rift CV1. What does the virtual reality headset have going on behind the curtain?
Hackable ESC Badges Demonstrate the Power of Wireless Networking
Electronics News 
4/14/2016  Post a comment
Attendees at UBM’s Embedded Systems Conference in Boston this week received a special treat when 100 of them were given programmable, LED-based show badges powered by eight-bit microcontrollers.
Can VR Ever Be More Than Just a Game?
Chris Wiltz 
4/12/2016  10 comments
With all the products hitting the market, 2016 is looking to be the year of virtual reality. But is VR good for anything besides playing games?
Using 3D Printing in the Mass Production of Consumer Electronics
Engineering Materials 
4/12/2016  Post a comment
Contract manufacturer LITE-ON Mobile Mechanical is using Optomec's Aerosol Jet systems to 3D print antenna patterns and other functional electronics such as sensors onto injection-molded consumer devices. And that's in millions of devices per year.
My Quest for the Ultimate Wearable
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4/7/2016  5 comments
I know the technology for my smart and learning wearable is out there because I’ve seen the future of printed flexible electronics that will enable it. But do I keep waiting for that perfect fit for me or just pick one or two options now and be content with what the market offers today? What would you do?
Gadget Freak Case #279: Stack Your TVs With a Homemade Entertainment Center
Gadget Freak 
4/7/2016  1 comment
Whether you're a designer, gamer, or just like to have a busy desktop, two monitors (or TVs) is always better than one. Gadget Freak shows you how to build an entertainment center that can hold two 70-inch TVs.
Google's AI Beat a Go Champion by Mimicking Human Intuition
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4/6/2016  Post a comment
Google's AlphaGo has bested Korean champion Lee Sedol. But can the new AI technology find a role outside of playing games?
6 Reasons Your PLM & PDM Are Getting Smarter Than Ever
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4/5/2016  3 comments
Product Lifecycle Management and Product Data Management are undergoing a dramatic shift and becoming more connected, efficient, and smarter.
3D-Printed Satellite Antenna Is Just One Piece
Engineering Materials 
4/5/2016  Post a comment
With an eye toward building space-qualified radio-frequency components for Earth observation and science instruments, the European Space Agency has 3D printed a satellite antenna designed as a single part.
Building Your Engineering Team: More Tips on Finding and Retaining Talent
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4/4/2016  5 comments
We’ve long reported on the fact that there is a shortage of engineers and designers. Here are more ways companies can tap into a talent pipeline.
10 More of the Greatest Hoaxes in Engineering History
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4/1/2016  5 comments
A car that gets 200 miles per gallon? Gold from sea water? Chemtrails? Cloaking spray? Design News celebrates April Fools with a look at a new crop of engineering history's greatest hoaxes, cons, and tricks.
New-Age Hackers Are Ditching Smash-and-Grab Techniques
Blog 
4/1/2016  1 comment
Cyber attacks are taking a new form, with hackers going into a network and exploring for extended periods of time.
The Quiet Maker Revolution
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3/31/2016  1 comment
The open-source and maker movement revolution has come without scorched castle doors or protests at state offices. It’s been much quieter than we thought, but don’t mistake quiet with unimpactful.
How to Hack a 3D Printer to Steal the Latest Designs
Engineering Materials 
3/30/2016  22 comments
The threat of stolen intellectual property that's hovered around the world of 3D printing since its inception just got hotter. Researchers at the University of California, Irvine have captured the sounds that 3D printers make when printing out a part and used that data to reverse engineer the part's source code.
Gadget Freak Case #278: How to Hack an Electronic Trade Show Badge
Gadget Freak 
3/29/2016  6 comments
Are you sick of the same boring badges at every trade show? The ESC 2016 Conference in Boston is featuring an electronic one you can use to play games, control robots, meet new friends, or build your own custom hacks.
Hard-to-Get Big Data Makes a Big Difference in Product Development
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3/29/2016  Post a comment
The promises that come from big data are stalled when the information is hard to obtain and even harder to manage.
Batman v Superman – Scientifically Speaking, Who Would Win?
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3/25/2016  14 comments
Movie fans and comic geeks will all have their opinion on the battle of the ages. But what does science have to say?
SolidWorks Is Using Big Data to Improve User Experience
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3/24/2016  Post a comment
SolidWorks has been gathering user experience data for 15 years. Now the company has decided to study that data to enhance its products.
Real Hoverboard For Consumers Flies On Aerospace-Grade Composites
Engineering Materials 
3/21/2016  42 comments
On April 14, you'll be able to buy what its makers say is the first real hoverboard: no wheels. That is, if you've got $14,900. Just watching this video will make you wish you did.
6 Recycled and Renewable 3D Printing Plastics
Engineering Materials 
3/17/2016  3 comments
Here's a bunch of new and notable recycled, biodegradable, plant-based, and otherwise sustainable plastics for 3D printing, a growing class of materials.
Quality at the Heart of PLM
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3/16/2016  1 comment
Quality tools are getting embedded in PLM systems to help design engineers manage quality data.
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