Are 3D-printed Planes Coming to a Sky Near You?

Boeing’s Terry McGowan discusses additive manufacturing and the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform.

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Southwest Airlines Flight 1380: an Uncontained Engine Failure?

Early reports indicate fatigue failure, fan blade detachment, debris rupturing cabin, depressurization.

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Large Frame, Two Laser System for Polymer Parts in the Aerospace, Electronics and Mobility Industries

EOS to launch new polymer industrial 3D printing platform and material at RAPID + TCT 2018

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Adaptive Materials Bring Futuristic Aircraft Closer to Reality

U.S. Army research engineers develop materials that adjust and strengthen when exposed to ultraviolet light.

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TWIE 9: Border Walls, Robotic Spine and Bad Mushroom Jokes

This Week in Engineering (TWIE) is our science news highlights show.

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Cruise Missiles Answer Syria Gas Attack

A thousand pounds of explosive dropped on a dime without risk to pilot or civilians could make cruise missiles the go-to weapon for the modern military.

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New AI Develops Road Maps from Aerial Images

Tech holds new promise for improved map apps and self-driving vehicle navigation.

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Latest MATLAB Release Gets Deep Learning and Vehicle Dynamics Upgrade

Vehicle Dynamics Blockset in Simulink now in glorious 3D game engine.

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Video: Autodesk Opens New Technology Center

New facility bridges design and manufacturing disciplines, bringing ‘Art to Part’.

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PLM à la PTC: Manufacturers Have Big Gaps in Digital BOM Management

PTC’s confidence is high after their recent win for Windchill at BMW.

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How to Decide Between Electric, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Actuators

Is electric actuator technology making fluid power obsolete?

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Stratasys Releases ULTEM-Killer Thermoplastic

PEKK-based Antero has superior chemical resistance and strength.

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An Engineer’s Guide to Laser Cutting

Expert advice on choosing the best CNC laser cutter for your application.

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