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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.
How Do You Make Graphene Commercially Viable? Freeze It & 3D Print It
Engineering Materials 
3/11/2016  4 comments
How do you make delicate graphene into structures that won't fall down? Researchers have found the key in 3D printing and cold temperatures.
Apple vs. the FBI vs. Our Privacy
Chris Wiltz 
3/7/2016  29 comments
Apple Computer's refusal to comply with an FBI request to unlock a mass shooter's iPhone has set off a debate at all levels of the technology sector. Here's everything you need to know about this landmark legal battle.
Chaos Reigns Firmware Development. Why Does It Have to Be That Way?
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3/7/2016  9 comments
Remember Pat Benatar's song about battlefields? Same goes with embedded development as with love. Here are ways engineers can work to get a project from devolving into disarray.
What's It Like To Be a Female Engineer?
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3/7/2016  3 comments
According to a new report only 12% of engineers are women and there are way fewer women in computing today than back in 1990. Read on for why that is, plus advice from women engineers in a recent webcast.
Renesas Synergy: A Peek Under the Hood
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3/4/2016  Post a comment
Recently, Renesas released a new development platform known as Synergy, whose purpose is to decrease development time for basic software components and RTOSs by providing qualified and tested software components. Does it live up to the fanfare?
9 New 3D Printing Materials to Watch
Engineering Materials 
3/3/2016  2 comments
The latest crop of 3D printing materials includes several flexible plastics, as well as a couple of firsts: the first reworkable flexible plastics; and the first titanium-ceramic powder for powder-bed and laser-based metals 3D printing.
MapleSim Update Moves Forward on Multidisciplinary System-Level Modeling
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3/3/2016  Post a comment
Recent updates to the modeling and simulation platform developed by Maplesoft are intended to let designers and engineers know "what works and what doesn't" in large, complex, multidomain systems.
3D Printing in Aerospace Is Mostly About Metals
Engineering Materials 
3/2/2016  1 comment
The leading, bleeding edge in 3D printing end-production parts for aerospace is all about metals and mostly about rocket engines.
UK Firms Want to Close the Loop on Aerospace CAD and CAE
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3/1/2016  Post a comment
International Techne Group and Cambridge Flow Solutions recently announced that they have been jointly awarded a UK government grant worth US$1.7 million to marry their aerospace design tools.
Can ‘Moneyball’ Work in Manufacturing and Industry?
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2/29/2016  2 comments
Sabermetrics has almost replaced traditional scouting in eyeing baseball talent. Now the proliferation of data being promised is expected to change the game in analyzing industrial and manufacturing performance. Are humans still needed?
That Was Then, This Is Now: 4 Ways Engineering Resources Have Changed
Blog 
2/29/2016  3 comments
For engineers, resources of information have changed in significant ways. But here are the four biggest trends to be aware of.
What Happens When An Engineer is Asked to Be a Manager?
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2/28/2016  Post a comment
An engineer’s most common fear is taking on a management role, but with some self-assessment you may find a leadership position is more suited to you than you realize.
10 Ways for the Design News Community to Celebrate Engineering
Blog 
2/27/2016  2 comments
It’s been a great Engineers Week! And it’s never too early to start preparing for next year. Here are some ways how.
Shout It Out Loud! Engineering Is a Great Profession!
Blog 
2/26/2016  9 comments
In celebration of Engineers Week, Design News invited its engineer contributing writers to tell their personal stories. In this installment, contributing writer Nancy Golden writes about her gratitude to engineering and why it's beneficial more than just for one's career.
Born an Engineer, Always an Engineer
Blog 
2/26/2016  3 comments
In celebration of Engineers Week this week, Design News contributing writers have been telling their personal stories of how they got into engineering. Here, Jacob Beningo recalls that right away he knew engineering was his destiny.
The Top 5 Stories of the Week (Feb. 21-26, 2016)
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2/26/2016  Post a comment
Here's your chance to catch up on the best news, trends, and popular articles from Design News this week (February 21-26, 2016).
Engineers Today Making a Difference for Future Engineers
Blog 
2/25/2016  1 comment
In celebration of Engineers Week, Design News invited its engineer contributing writers to tell their personal stories. In this installment, contributing writer Nancy Golden recalls the first time she came across the job title of "engineer."
20 Great Thoughts on Design Engineering
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2/24/2016  2 comments
No engineering task is more important than design, so for Engineers Week we’ve collected some of the most insightful and unusual thoughts on engineering’s most significant role.
My Journey Into Radio, NASA, and Engineering
Blog 
2/24/2016  2 comments
In celebration of Engineers Week, Design News invited its engineer contributing writers to tell their personal stories. In this installment, Fred Eady recalls the most important engineering people in his life.
Industry 4.0 – Not Here Yet, But It’s Coming
Blog 
2/24/2016  2 comments
The Pacific Design & Manufacturing session on Industry 4.0 says advanced manufacturing is on its way, but it's coming slowly.
Video: 3D-Printed Ear, Bone & Muscle Implants -- Really!
Engineering Materials 
2/24/2016  Post a comment
It sounds like science fiction, but it's not. 3D-printed human ear, bone, and muscle tissue have been implanted in lab rats and successfully grew their own blood vessel networks.
Engineering Humor to Help Get You Through the Work Week
Blog 
2/23/2016  9 comments
In celebration of Engineers Week, let’s take a moment to look at the lighter side of the profession.
What Engineering Has Meant to Me
Blog 
2/23/2016  1 comment
In celebration and support of Engineers Week, Design News invited its engineer contributing writers to tell their personal stories. In this installment, contributing writer RP Siegel reveals his late-blooming relationship with engineering.
Did You Catch the Cool Stuff at Pacific Design & Manufacturing?
Blog 
2/23/2016  Post a comment
This year’s UBM Advanced Manufacturing Expo and Conferences drew 20,000 attendees, 2,000 exhibitors, and a lot of displays aimed at quenching the curiosity of engineers.
Why Engineering Is in My DNA
Blog 
2/22/2016  2 comments
In celebration and support of Engineers Week, Design News invited its engineer contributing writers to tell their personal stories. In this first installment, contributing writer Don Wilcher reveals why writing about and teaching engineering are so important.
The Merry-Go-Round of Cyber Security Goes on Forever
Blog 
2/22/2016  Post a comment
A session on cyber security at the Pacific Design & Manufacturing show in Anaheim looked at the never-ending struggle to protect connected assets.
CD-adapco Focuses on ‘Speed’ of Machine Design Iteration Process in New Release
Blog 
2/21/2016  1 comment
The CAE software maker's latest version of the Speed machine design package integrates better with the company's machine analysis tool -- just before being acquired by Siemens.
Seen in Anaheim: 3D Printing & Baxter's Little Sis
Engineering Materials 
2/19/2016  Post a comment
At this year's Anaheim shows everyone was reinventing 3D printing to meet their own needs, while Baxter Robot's "little sister" Sawyer was touted as being used by companies around the globe, and a host of new and notable adhesives, cleaners, dispensing systems, and plastics manufacturing systems were also on display.
New Google AI Beats Humans at The World's Most Complex Board Game
Blog 
2/18/2016  Post a comment
In an advancement no one thought was coming for decades, Google has developed an artificial intelligence capable of beating champion-level players at Go.
Sierra Wireless Aims to Promote IoT Interoperability with Tools, Standards
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2/17/2016  Post a comment
Sierra Wireless is promoting interoperable IoT with investment in open-source projects, in particular Project mangOH.
New in IIoT: Fog Computing Leverages Edge Devices and the Cloud
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2/17/2016  Post a comment
A new approach to IoT data collection and analysis uses an independent set of smart edge nodes to process data locally and selectively store subsets of data in the cloud.
Do You Need an RTOS? Yes, and Here Are 7 Reasons Why
Blog 
2/16/2016  12 comments
The use of a real-time operating system or a bare-metal scheduler is a popular topic of contention among embedded developers, but everyone should probably start from an RTOS.
Don't Forget 3 Metrics If You Want to Avoid Unreliable Product Designs
Blog 
2/16/2016  1 comment
To ensure the design of a reliable product, it is imperative that reliability metrics are used early in the design process and continue to be used regularly throughout the product lifecycle.
Readers Tell All: 'Why I Became an Engineer'
Blog 
2/15/2016  4 comments
Recently, we asked our readers to tell us, in detail, why they chose to become an engineer. Here are their stories.
UC Berkeley, Autodesk Use Biomimicry to Develop Eco-Friendly 3D-Printing Materials
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2/15/2016  Post a comment
Researchers at the University of California Berkeley are teaming up with Autodesk to develop new, eco-friendly materials for 3D printing using biomimicry.
5 Technologies to Fall in Love With in 2016
Blog 
2/14/2016  1 comment
Valentine's Day feels like the perfect time to get on board with some of the new technologies that will be changing our lives dramatically in the coming years.
The Top 5 Stories of the Week (Week of Feb. 13, 2016)
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2/13/2016  Post a comment
Here's your chance to catch up on the best news, trends, and popular articles from Design News this week (ending February 13, 2016).
Who Is the Messiest Engineer of All?
Blog 
2/12/2016  18 comments
Back in January we asked our readers to send us photos of their desks and workbenches – and they delivered.
Why Is Industry 4.0 So Scary But Necessary At the Same Time?
Blog 
2/11/2016  Post a comment
People don’t like change, but as did the three industrial revolutions before it, Industry 4.0 will deliver painful change and irrecoverable harm to those that don’t adapt.
The Secret to My Success As An Engineer
Blog 
2/11/2016  7 comments
Valentine’s Day seems like a good time to recognize those folks around us who have had a hand in our success.
Are 3D-Printed Metal Parts Good Enough for End-Production? Lawrence Livermore - and Physics - Say Yes
Engineering Materials 
2/11/2016  Post a comment
Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have published two physics-based models for the selective laser melting (SLM) metals additive manufacturing process, so engineers can understand how it works at the powder and scales, and develop better parts with less trial and error.
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