About Roopinder Tara
Roopinder Tara
Roopinder Tara is Director of Content for ENGINEERING.com. He has been into CAD, CAM and CAE for his entire professional life, as an engineer, CAD manager, professor and publisher. He has written numerous publications on CAD, design and engineering. He has a bachelors in mechanical engineering (Drexel University), a masters in engineering science (Penn State) and has been a certified professional engineer. He can be reached via email at rtara@engineering.com

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What Better Than 3D Printers to Close the Loop in the Digital Workflow?
3D Systems goes down the path of manufacturing, putting consumer-oriented 3D printing in the rear-vi...
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The Digital Workflow Gets a Bridge
3D Systems commits to help manufacturing with 3D printers, software bridges, services.
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From Sea to Shining 3D
Fast moving Chinese 3D printing/scanning company plans on more business overseas.
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A First Look at Figure 4, Industrial 3D Printing from 3D Systems
ENGINEERING.com gets a first look at the Figure 4 industrial 3D printing system from 3D Systems at I...
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First Look: 3DXpert by 3D Systems
ENGINEERING.com gets a first-hand look at 3D Systems’ new 3DXpert software for metal 3D printing.
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3D Printing Out of the Box and Onto the Factory Floor
Stratasys “demonstrators” break out from the confines of small 3D printer volumes.
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Stratasys Loses Money Again—But Breakeven within Sight
Revenue stays flat as company recommits to business 3D printing and new CEO.
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Plural AM Brings Low-Cost Additive Manufacturing to North America
Portland’s Plural AM adopts 3ntr’s industrial 3D printing technology for engineering, prototyping an...
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3D Printing with Multiple Materials and Colors
Stratasys’ latest 3D printer also comes with a “bumper-to-bumper” 3-year warranty.
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3ntr’s Industrial 3D Printers Enter the U.S. via Plural AM
Italian manufacturer 3ntr will distribute its industrial 3D printers in the United States through Po...
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Who Knew Replicating a Functional BB-8 Would Be So Hard?
Firefighter Ed Zarick has released the designs for a 3D printed, functioning and full-scale model of...
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Under Armour Implements Autodesk’s Generative Design to Engineer the Perfect 3D-Printed Shoe
To design their partially 3D-printed UA Architechtraining shoes, Under Armour made use of generative...
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Ember Optimized for (More) Rapid Prototypes
Autodesk’s Ember 3D printer allows for the tweaking of code and materialsto make the printer 24 time...
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Printing 3D Carbon Fiber Parts with Robotic Arm
Arevo Labs prints with continuous carbon fiber and wins REAL Deal 2016 Startup Competition.
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XJet Gets Funded to 3D Print Most Accurate Metal Parts to Date
Israeli firm XJet gets $25M from Catalyst CEL and Autodesk and is set to expand NanoParticle Jetting...
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High-Rise Prefab Housing Looks to 3D Printing
Concrete used as the 3D printing material for a high-rise project in Singapore.
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3D Printer Goes into Beast Mode
Origin hacks Autodesk’s Ember 3D printer to make ready-to-ship authentication tags for Marshawn Lync...
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3D Printing Courses on a Massive Scale
University of Illinois business school lands a makerspace, thanks to Ultimaker.
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Is Your 3D Printer Giving Away Your Secrets?
Researchers are able to translate the sound of a 3D printer into G-code—and recreate the printed par...
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Fraunhofer’s Metal 3D Screen Printing Achieves Mass Production of Intricate Metal Parts
A unique metal additive manufacturing process relies on screen-printing tech for mass producing meta...
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