Category: Additive Manufacturing

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Next-Gen Product Design and Development Demands Digital Thread- Industry Week

via Next-Gen Product Design and Development Demands Digital Thread One of the key concepts behind the shift toward intelligent manufacturing, the digital thread unites the life stages of a manufactured product, from design to production to field use. by Adrian Fortino  Manufacturers are experts at minimizing waste. From production to packaging to transport, every part…

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The Factory Of The Future Needs People- DigitalistMag

via The Factory Of The Future Needs People by Judith Magyar The leaders of Kibar Holding know that acquiring technology is easy, but employee engagement, like love, is something that can’t be bought. “Our goal is to be the Industry 4.0 leader in Turkey,” says Ufuk Özdemir, group HR director at this large Turkish conglomerate…

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3D Print Expo: Проекты ELSE Corp обеспечат клиентов 3D-печатной одеждой и обувью

via 3d-expo.ru Проекты ELSE Corp обеспечат клиентов 3D-печатной одеждой и обувью Итальянская компания ELSE Corp во главе с российским основателем может перевернуть индустрию моды. Вскоре в московских ТЦ появятся настоящие 3D-шоурумы, в которых покупатели смогут заказать обувь и одежду, изготовленные с помощью технологии 3D-сканирования, VR-технологий и 3D-печати. Идея в том, чтобы обеспечить гибкость розничных сетей…

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An Amazon of manufacturing?

via imeche.org Dassault Systemes’ Marketplace: Amazon of manufacturing? Designers and manufacturers will soon benefit from a new commission-based ‘Amazon-like’ online collaborative e-commerce platform – ‘Marketplace,’ set to launch around next February. Dassault Systemes, a French technology company, is behind the idea – claiming that it will give both designers and enterprises more choice and control…

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How Technology Is Shaping the Future of Sustainable Fashion- Fashionista

via fashionista.com How Technology Is Shaping the Future of Sustainable Fashion Some of the most exciting developments in fashion aren’t happening on the runway — they’re happening in the lab. by Whitney Bauck “Technology is really sexy! For me it’s better than a thigh-high split in a skirt.” Stella McCartney may have delivered the line…

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WhichPLM celebrates it’s 10-year anniversary!

republishing the the recent newsletter by WhichPLM.com WhichPLM is celebrating 10 years in business …as the fashion industry’s go-to location for technology-related news, reviews, insights and information. We’re delighted to share with you that this month marks WhichPLM’s 10-year anniversary! In the past decade we’ve welcomed a community from all walks of retail life; we’ve…

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Inside Unmade’s plans to customize athleticwear

Inside Unmade’s plans to customize athleticwear- Glossy

via Inside Unmade’s plans to customize athleticwear by Jill Manoff London-based technology and manufacturing platform Unmade has made a mark by enabling fashion brands to create custom garments on an industrial scale. Now, it has its sights set on athleticwear, particularly the knit trainers brands including Nike and Adidas have been hyping for seasons. “They…

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SHOE INTELLIGENCE

ELSE Corp and its Partners on Shoe Intelligence: Strong interest for Else Corp’s virtual reality and personalization system

The text below is an extract from the recent report by EDM Publications Strong interest for Else Corp’s virtual reality and personalization system A start-up company, Else Corp, launched an experimental online platform for mass customization of shoes at theMicam show in Milan last month. It drew a lot of interest at the show for…

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EaaS, Pay-Per-Use For Equipment-As-A-Service In Manufacturing- DigitalMag

via Pay-Per-Use For Equipment-As-A-Service In Manufacturing by Dietmar Bohn Pay-per-use for machines and equipment (also known as equipment-as-a-service, or EaaS) has become a successful business model in various industries, including office equipment, medical equipment, jet engines, and others. EaaS front-runners in industrial manufacturing have already applied this model for new revenue streams to differentiate themselves…

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