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3D-printed prosthetics improve lives in the world’s poorest regions

LimbForge helps clinicians develop 3D-printed prosthetic limbs for amputees in developing countries, creating high-quality, affordable devices that are custom made to fit individual needs. LimbForge’s prosthetics improve the lives of patients, as well as their families and communities. This small nonprofit organization is using digital-design tools and 3D printing to bring prosthetic care to the poorest regions of the world as part of a wave of innovation that’s making advanced manufacturing tools accessible to anyone, anywhere.

Designer – Vero’s New Direct Modelling CAD System

Vero Software has launched a powerful new direct modelling system to fill the gap between CAD and CAM, focusing on the specific needs of machinist programmers. As a stand-alone, optional application for its CAM portfolio, the newly-available Designer enables users to create new designs or modify existing geometry from third party CAD systems. John Buehler,…

New possibilities in the field of tool dispensing

MAPAL offers the UNIBASE-M tool dispensing system for the optimum storage and management of tools, components and accessories. With the focus on ease of use the system is configured according to customer requirements. This applies to all the new variants in the UNIBASE-M range as well.

Smart apps for smartphones – machine tool probe technology at your fingertips

The use of mobile technology – smartphones and tablets – and their associated apps has become firmly established as part of everyday recreational life. Recognising how they can also assist in a multitude of working environments, Renishaw has developed a range of smartphone apps for users of their machine tool probing hardware.

Innovative solutions thanks to remote maintenance

At Bystronic, servicing and customer service take top priority. With the expansion of its range of services, more efficient maintenance, and new digital solutions, Bystronic is focusing even more clearly on customer requirements.

Introducing Autodesk Fusion Production: Applying the Power of the Cloud and IIoT to Make Manufacturing Smarter

The manufacturing industry is experiencing unprecedented change and the convergence of design and manufacturing is creating new opportunities to reduce costs and shorten product lifecycles. Traditional supply chains are being replaced by more flexible supply networks – but only for companies that can adapt to this change. Many still struggle just to keep up with what is happening on their own shop floors. Experts at Autodesk have been working on a thoroughly modern solution that uses the power of the cloud and the Internet of Things to address the new challenge presented by what they like to refer to as the “uberization” of manufacturing.