The book I read to research this post was The 3d Printing Revolution by Anton Smithers which is a very good book that I bought from kindle. 356 more words
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I designed this buoyancy for our ROV using manufacturing insight and knowledge of Archimedes’ Principle of Buoyant Force. The design revolves around efficiency, functionality, and aesthetic alike making use of math and known properties of Styrofoam in order to provide hydrodynamic stability to underwater vehicles.
To read part 2 of the Porsche 3D Configurator review, click the link below.
The application itself seems to be a very considered, large scale, solid application that covers all car models, all options, and a very large amount of 3D visualisation, both 2D and 3D. 760 more words
Porsche is one of those luxury brands that everyone has heard of and most of us desire to own. I was pleased to discover they have an online car configurator, and based on the company’s image of world leading quality and style, I had high hopes for their offering. 1,018 more words
New CAD technologies among Siggraph 2014 technical papers presentations
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A new push-pull rapid modeling architecture highlights the session on Interactive Modeling.
Computer graphics conference Siggraph started as a venue for academic researchers to share papers.