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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in April 2014
Video: Autodesk Releases Inventor HSM 2015
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4/29/2014  2 comments
Autodesk has added CAM to the Inventor tools list for 2015.
New 3D-Printed Metals From EOS
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4/22/2014  3 comments
3D printer and materials maker EOS has released two new powder metal materials for its direct metal laser sintering EOSINT M-series machines: Titanium Ti64ELI and EOS StainlessSteel 316L.
Bionic Olympic Games Set for 2016
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4/21/2014  12 comments
Cybathlon is an Olympic-style competition for those with bionic prosthetics.
Silicone Materials Expand LED Lighting Design
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4/4/2014  4 comments
Dow Corning has introduced optical silicone materials that will help LED lamp and luminaire makers expand design possibilities and speed up manufacturing.
Stronger Aluminum Alloy Lightens Heavy Truck Wheels
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4/3/2014  2 comments
Alcoa calls its new forged aluminum wheel, made with an alloy it recently invented, the lightest in the world for heavy-duty trucks, at just over half the weight of an equivalent steel wheel.




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