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Hybrid Snake Robotic Probe Reduces Need for Invasive Surgery
Blog 
1/31/2013  8 comments
The Robotically Steerable Thermal Ablation Probe reduces the need for invasive surgery while also saving time and money.
aPriori’s Management Software Platform Selected for DARPA’s Development Initiative
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/30/2013  Post a comment
The Geometric Cost Driver-based software from aPriori is about to fuel a DARPA and Pennsylvania State University partnership in the Adaptive Vehicle Make initiative.
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The Impact of Coding Over 30 Years
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/29/2013  21 comments
Over the past 30 years or so, coding has transformed the world -- from how it is built to the final software package. AutoCAD, C++, WordPerfect, and the Intel 8008 were introduced in 1982 and have shaped modern technology ever since.
CADFusion Built Around Motion Control
Blog 
1/28/2013  16 comments
Aerotech's CADFusion is a cost-effective option for those who want to create complicated G-code programs from their drawings.
3DExperience Platform Enables Innovation & e-Bee EV
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/25/2013  7 comments
The 3DExperience PLM software helps manage the e-Bee EV project from start to finish. Sogeti High Tech hopes more will join the product lifecycle management train.
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Legal Questions Arise as Cloud Computing Gains Traction
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/23/2013  25 comments
The use of cloud computing is on the rise within the legal profession, but the threat of security risks are causing hesitation for some. The cloud may not be as secure as some believe.
Implantable Cartilage Created With Hybrid 3D Printer
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/21/2013  19 comments
Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine used a hybrid 3D printer to fabricate implantable cartilage on the heels of printing a working kidney.
3D Printers Give New Life to Old Recordings
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/18/2013  24 comments
As 3D printers increase in popularity, more and more people are using them to bring their unique projects to life.
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Are Telepresence Robots Becoming the Norm for Companies With Work-at-Home Employees?
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1/17/2013  30 comments
Use of telepresence robots going to work for employees is expected to expand in 2013. Suitable Technologies RPD, VGo telepresence robot, and Nasa's Robonaut 2 show that remote presence is a possibility already proven.
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Staples & Mcor Team Up to Bring High-Quality 3D Printing to the Masses
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/11/2013  30 comments
Staples is teaming up with resin-based 3D printer company Mcor for 3D printing services in retail stores. The Mcor Iris 3D resin printer will be available for anyone to print in store or online.
Google & Siemens Show What's Possible in Green Energy
Blog 
1/10/2013  14 comments
Google has pumped nearly $1 billion into green technology, mostly by using it to run its infrastructure. Siemens has built the world's largest wind turbine.
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Freescale's Xtrinsic 3.0 Software Lets Touchscreens Overcome Water
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/7/2013  19 comments
Freescale's Xtrinsic 3.0 software lets touchscreens overcome water. Algorithms developed by freescale allow their MCU controllers and touch devices handle the electrical noise generated by moisture on capacitive touch panels.
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Objet's Largest 3D Printer Doesn't Lose Precision
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/2/2013  15 comments
The Objet1000 can print down to 16 microns, making it the most precise machine currently on the market.


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