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Relativity Space Spends US$59M On Massive 3D Printer Farm
Relativity Space has signed a deal with NASA to develop a rocket 3D printing factory.
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How China’s High-Speed Rail Zooms Past Other Countries
Engineering.com looks at the innovations China has made with high-speed rail.
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Will Hypersonic Weapons Mean a New Arms Race?
China, the U.S. and Russia are all developing maneuverable missiles that can exceed Mach 5.
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Electronics Weekly – Bourns TVS Diodes, Micron NAND Storage & More
New products from Analog Devices, Bourns, Micron, Microsemi and Samtec.
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Flic 2 Can Control Anything with a Button Push
Shortcut Labs has refined and iterated its Flic button.
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Dodge Data Developing Project Analytics Dataset to Curb Project Uncertainty
The company is in the pilot phase of developing an analytics tool for project owners.
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Eiffel Tower Grounds Redesign Winner Revealed
The City of Paris and Autodesk have released the winning redesign of the Tower's grand site.
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LPT: Motors and Actuators – DEPRAG Air Motor, Firgelli Linear Actuators & More
New products from DEPRAG, Dunkermotoren, Firgelli Automations, Nanomotion and Oriental Motor.
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Airbus and SAS to Study Hybrid Aircraft For Commercial Flights
Joint research project could help determine how to integrate hybrid flight into airline operations.
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Unity, Autodesk Collaborate on Real-Time BIM Visualization
Unity Reflect will let users see changes they make to Revit models in realtime on the Unity engine.
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Engineers Use CO2 to Make Fracking Greener
New technology would reduce the drain on water resources and could be used to reduce CO2 emissions.
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HP Opens New 150,000 Square Foot 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing Center of Excellence
Accelerating transformation of industries with R&D, engineering center
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EW – Design Edition – Altium PCB Design Software, Imagination Ray Tracing Tech& More
New products from Altium, Cadence, Imagination Technologies, National Instruments and SILVACO.
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Women in Engineering: Roz Buick, Trimble Vice President
Engineering.com interviews Roz Buick, vice president of Trimble Buildings.
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Boeing 737 MAX Pilots Had No Idea What They Were Up Against
MCAS control system took over when faulty sensors thought the aircraft was stalling. It wasn't.
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SmartHalo 2 Provides the Next Generation of Smart Bike
SmartHalo's new generation of smart bike has new features, a new app and the same minimalist design.
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Cultural Change and Technology Adoption: Why ROIs in PLM Initiatives So Often Disappoint
Resistance to change and half-hearted adoption can undermine any technology.
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The Most Complete Study of Battery Failure Could Lead to Better Batteries
Modeling chemomechanical interplay within a battery can pave the way for faster charging times.
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Sikorsky To Deliver New King Stallion Helicopters for the Navy
Most powerful heavy lift chopper in the world has faced significant delays.
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How Including Human Workers in Robotically Automated Processes Improves Efficiency and Lowers Cost
In-cycle collaboration may be the future of factory automation.
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