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A team of Stanford engineers has developed a microscope that can be built using only a dollar's worth of parts.
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'A tradition in surveying hardware, a series of acquisitions positions Trimble as a BIM leader.'
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New multi-axis robotic arm capable of welding lengths up to 40 feet long and 20 feet high.
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Recently, six different 3D printing technologies were released that will likely change the industry forever.
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This 21st century utility pole has solar power, battery, communication, LED streetlight, and EV charging.
Quadcopter Capabilities Take Flight
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Cyber threats during the recent U.S. election have drawn attention to the cybersecurity talent gap.
Women in Manufacturing Education Foundation Offers Professional Learning Opportunities
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Advanced Aircraft Composites Demand Advanced Training
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Tiny changes in big systems can trigger huge effects, and this “butterfly effect” theory can be applied to modern IT business systems.
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ZWSOFT releases ZW3D 2017, an update that’s heavy on CAM and Sheet Metal features.
CNC Releases Mastercam 2017 for SOLIDWORKS
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Lenovo Updates Its ThinkStation Line
Lenovo updates its ThinkStation line to have the richest and largest virtual reality, augmented reality and engineering data sets.
ANSYS, CRAY and HLRS Set a New HPC Record
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