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Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Underwater 3D Printer

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Underwater 3D Printer

A Norwegian robotics firm called Kongsberg Ferrotech, which creates subsea robots for the oil and gas industry, is developing a form of underwater 3D printing for repairing pipelines below the sea. To develop the process, known...
Zeiss Introduces Entry-Level CT Solution

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Entry-Level CT Solution

With Zeiss METROTOM 1, Zeiss is introducing an entry-level solution for the non-destructive inspection of parts. This compact computed tomography system delivers precise results, but is nevertheless easy to operate. Many companies have already come to...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Tip mould with replaceable clusters

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Tip mould with replaceable clusters

Männer has developed a mould with an innovative cluster concept to ensure moulders can produce high-quality parts at a rate that meets high industry demand. Disposable IVD articles that require high precision, high quality, and...
First Photon-Number-Resolving Scientific Camera

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: First Photon-Number-Resolving Scientific Camera

Hamamatsu Photonics has developed a scientific camera called the ORCA – Quest qCMOS  camera, having incredibly low noise of 0.27 electrons rms and a high pixel number of 9.4 megapixels. What makes this possible is...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: 3D Printing Energy Generator Parts

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: 3D Printing Energy Generator Parts

Among the startups aiming to disrupt 3D printing and composites manufacturing is Continuous Composites, based out of Idaho. The company’s Continuous Fiber 3D Printing (CF3D) technology offers a number of benefits, not the least of which is...